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Eduard Kokoyty: terrorist act in Vldikavkaz was “ordered” by Georgian special services2008-11-07 15:20
Eduard Kokoyty, the President of South Ossetia, supposes that the terrorist act in North Ossetia might be "ordered" by Georgian special services. «We cannot exclude the version of the terrorist act on November, 6th, in North Ossetian capital, paid by Georgian special services. Georgia took the road of state terrorism long before, and you cannot shrug this off », - Interfax quotes Kokoyty.gt-en-newsitem-inside
«South Ossetia has already faced terrorism from Georgian side. Unfortunately, Russia can face this problem as well», - he added.
In connection with the terrorist act occurred yesterday in Vladikavkaz, the North Ossetian Internal Affairs Ministry stepped up the security measures. According to RIA-Novosti and Soslan Sikoyev. The First Deputy Internal Minister, the whole crew increased its operational readiness. The special services examine vehicles; hospitals and public places are intensively guarded. The investigation continues. The administrative and state borders are intensively guarded. North Ossetia borders on Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, the Chechen Republic, Stavropol territory, South Ossetia and Georgia.