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Putin defends the PM of South Ossetia2010-06-02 12:29
Vladimir Putin, the PM of Russia, demanded the leader of South Ossetia Eduard Kokoyty to stop all attempts to oust Vadim Brovtsev, the chairman of South Ossetian government, from the region.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Putin voiced it at the sitting on issues of South Ossetia's restoration - the Kommersant.
He also demanded from Kokoyty establishing "business atmosphere" and concentration on restoration of region's economy, on which Russia had already allocated about USD 1 bn.
The South Ossetian leader was reminded that construction deadlines had already been failed: out of 322 houses [as planned] only scarcely more than 100 had actually been built.
The media reminds that Brovtsev was sent to South Ossetia by Moscow to control the money inflow coming to the republic. According to the newspaper's source, at the sitting it was decided that Brovtsev's government would work further, and local officials, headed by Eduard Kokoyty, wouldn't impede them.