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Georgia disclaims the statements of increased number of servicemen near South Ossetian border2008-12-03 10:17
Georgian Interior Ministry disclaims the data of increased number of Georgian policemen and armored machines at South Ossetian border, spread today by mass media, ITAR TASS informs. Grigory Karasin, State Secretary, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, spoke of Georgian contingent build-up in the territories adjacent to the republic, at the briefing in the Duma.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the statement of Georgian Interior Ministry, "the statements of Mr. Karasin, in accordance with which Georgian side is supposedly increasing the number of policemen and military machines, are wrong. In the territories adjacent to the Tskhinval region, only Georgian Interior Ministry units, equipped with police weapons are located". The document notices that "the EUMM in Georgia performs permanent monitoring of the territories adjacent to Tskhinval and Abkhazian regions, where only Georgian Interior Ministry officers serve".
"The statement of the Russian side, in accordance with which Georgian side constructs fortifications and draws war machines to the territories, adjacent to Tskhinval region, is wrong", - Georgian Interior ministry informs.