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Russian military making Georgian MFA furious2010-12-30 12:48
Georgian foreign policy administration announced the relocation of a large group of Russian troops in the territory of South Ossetia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Novosti-Georgia, Georgian Foreign Ministry reported a military column of 40 units of armour to enter Leningorsky region of South Ossetia from Tskhinval (Georgian name - Akhalgori).
"December 27, 8 units of armour were located near the village of Akhmadzhi not far from the Georgian police station. Having laid down a smoke-screen, they held military training and returned to Akhalgori where they are presently dislocated", - the statement goes.
Georgian MFA also accuses Russia of breaking the cease-fire agreement of 12 August 2008 and is calling for the international community to "force Russia to stop provocative actions".
Let us remind you that Russian military are present in the territory of South Ossetia according to bilateral relationship signed between Moscow and Tskhinval. Official Tbilisi does not recognize these documents and RSO is considered to be "occupied".