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Russian gas hasn’t already reached South Ossetia2009-01-27 15:18
Consumers of South Ossetia hasn't already received gas from Russia, the transit of which was resumed by Georgia on January 24th , said today in Moscow David Sanakoyev, South Ossetia's human rights ombudsman,- RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Technical works on processing and purging pipes are going on, and gas doesn't reach consumers yet", Sanakoyev said.
According to the last Sunday's message from the press service of the Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation, Georgia resumed Russian gas transit to the republic.
Previously Irakli Nikolaishvili, the director of Itera-Georgia announced that the company finished negotiations with Gazprom. According to the reached agreement, six million cubic meters of gas will be transited to South Ossetia within six months. Natural gas supplies to Georgia are conducted via Gazpromexport. South Ossetia is supplied with Russian gas with the gas pipeline, passing through the territory of Georgia. The direct pipeline is planned to be constructed to mid 2009.