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Ex-Secretary of South Ossetian Security Council accused Kokoyty wrongly2008-12-05 14:12
The accusations of Anatoliy Barankevich, the ex-Secreatary of South Ossetian Security Council, addressed to the President of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoyty, are wrong and initiated by the forces, eager to take power in the republic, - RIA-Novosti quotes Dmitry Medoyev, the South Ossetian President's Plenipotentiary in Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his interview to The Kommersant, Barankevich told that Kokoyty hadn't been in Tskhinval in the days of combat actions, and in Dzhava he had beaten a captured Georgian soldier. Moreover, the ex-Secretary accused the republican administration in omission after the end of combat actions, and in loss of humanitarian aid.
According to Medoyev, "President Kokoyty didn't flee anywhere, but, considering the hard situation, did his best to coordinate actions of all republican security forces to repulse the aggression of August 8th - 9th , he was in Tskhinval ".
As for the statement of Kokoyty had beaten Georgian soldier, Medoyev responded that he himself was in Dzhava and can surely claim: everyone "kept their hands off" the captured Georgian.
"I know Anatoliy Barankevich pretty well. He is an honest man and a courageous soldier. I was astonished when I read this interview. I'm sure that some forces used Barankevich's name in their mercenary interests ", - Medoyev said.
Medoyev said that he knows who is behind the accusations. He didn't mention the name, but noticed that "this a person from among fugitives and deserters of 1990s, who, in these tough days, left South Ossetia and found comfort in Moscow ".
"I know, who exactly is behind this. Moreover, I know, who is behind their backs, and who finances them ", - the Plenipotentiary said.
According to Medoyev, the candidates for power in the republic felt the smell of money and are intended to destabilize situation in the country, "strike in the back and take the power". "These lame tricks will not work. South Ossetian people know these people by sight ", - he said.