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Tbilisi claimed that gas pipeline to South Ossetia is repaired2009-01-06 13:32
Georgian specialists repaired damaged parts of the gas pipeline to Tskhinval. One part is left without repair because of complicated access to it, stated Aleko Khetaguri, Georgian Energy Minister, ITAR-TASS informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was Khetaguri's response to the statement of Alexey Miller, Gazprom CEO. According to this statement, Georgia was ready to resume gas supplies to South Ossetia.
At the meeting with Russian PM, Vladimir Putin, Miller said that work with Georgian partners continues "in normal regime".
Meanwhile, earlier today Itera-Georgia refuted Miller's statement on resumption of gas supplies to South Ossetia, The Vzglyad reports.
Irakli Nikolaishvili, the deputy general director of Itera-Georgia said that supplies for South Ossetia are not included into gas volumes for January.
«Unfortunately, the statement of Gazprom on Georgia to resume supplies to South Ossetia, spread yesterday, is wrong», he said and added that Georgian specialists cannot reach the damaged gas pipeline.