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Saakashvili: We won't allow exporting tensions from the North Caucasus into Georgia2012-08-30 12:34
Georgia will never allow exporting of the current unrests in the North Caucasus into Georgia, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said in his special address on Wednesday night.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Behind our mountains, on the other side, there is a great unrest and disorder, and they are trying to export this tension here, where construction and development take place. Today we are in a completely different situation than in the 90s, when our neighbor has once exported the violence and unrest into Georgia, which led to the events in Abkhazia, Tskhinval region, Georgia's Pankisi Gorge, which was followed by civil war. It's different now, and our government will not allow exporting instability of the North Caucasus into our territory", the Trend quoted Georgian President.
Recall, yesterday, Georgian police carried out an operation to free hostages in the gorge of Lapota near the Dagestani section of the Georgian-Russian border. A group of unidentified persons had penetrated into Georgia from Dagestan and seized three hostages. The same evening, the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Shota Khizanishvili said that all the hostages were released.