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Japanese public organisation visited South Ossetia2010-05-18 12:19
Yesterday representatives of Issui-Kai, the Japanese public and political organisation, visited Tskhinval and expressed its respect to government and people of the region, noted their persistency and adherence to own principles they struggle for their independency, democracy principles, right for self-determination - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Mutsuhiro Kimura, the organisation chairman, he will strain every effort to tell the truth about South Ossetia in Japan.
"Japanese mass media spread distorted information on attack of Georgia on South Ossetia in 2008, - Kimura said. - Such facts like presence of American soldiers and advisors in Georgian troops, American military machinery, find no reflection in Japanese mass media. That's why we came here to receive information at first hand."
Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia, in his turn highlighted that Ossetians are smaller, but ancient people, respecting own traditions.
"Our traditions are sacred for us, and I know Japanese people holds own traditions sacred as well, - he stated. - Though our states are located far from each other, our peoples will have many points of contact and common interests."