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Tbilisi exerts economic pressure on South Ossetia2008-12-11 13:10
Anvar Azimov, Russian Permanent representative to OSCE accused Georgia of economic pressure on South Ossetia, RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Georgia cut off the gas pipeline, and such actions can be regarded only as deliberate economic pressure on South Ossetia and violation of international humanitarian legislation, he said at today's OSCE Permanent Council.
Let us remind that after the events of August 2008 Georgia cut of the pipeline, crossing its territory and supplying South Ossetia with natural gas from Russia. There are no other ways to deliver gas to the republic.
According to Azimov. The first victims of this course were the least protected population categories - children, women, the elderly and the disabled.
Russian diplomat called Georgian administration "to show elementary humanity and responsibility and take urgent measures to resume gas supplies to South Ossetia" .