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US Department of State doesn’t believe in the genocide against Ossetians2008-12-24 13:13
Administration of George Bush doubts about the accuracy of the Russian commission estimation that regarded Georgia's actions in South Ossetia as genocide, stated Sean McCormack, the Spokesman of the Department of State.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Please excuse me if I'm a little bit doubtful about not only the process which led to that conclusion, but also the conclusion", Interfax quotes McCormack. "We have people that are - have been and continue to look at the situation in South Ossetia as well as Abkhazia in the wake of the military actions that were taken there", the diplomat mentioned.
"That's an ongoing look. And it doesn't matter from our perspective who would be responsible for anything - any potential crimes that were committed. We're just interested in seeing that anybody who committed any crimes would be held to account ", he said.
McCormack stated that the Department of State confirmed that the Department of State will continue monitoring the situation and then will inform press of its estimations in further details.