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Chief of General Staff: flaws in peace enforcement operation2008-12-10 14:15
Russian General Staff admitted serious flaws in conduction of the peace enforcement operation in august 2008, but intends to correct them in near future, stated today the General of the Army Chief of General Staff, Nikolai Makarov, at his meeting with foreign military attaches in Moscow.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The aim was reached, all the rest is our current work ", Makarov said, but drew no examples of the drawbacks.
The general claimed that Russia had never planned and is not planning any intervention to Georgia. "Mass media information of Russia planning combat actions next spring is groundless", he said. "The escalation continues at Georgian side - that's a fact ", he noticed.
According to Makarov, Tbilisi deliberately increases tension in the region.