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Georgian citizens were fired at Georgian-South Ossetian border2012-12-03 13:29
Unknown persons have fired a car with locals inside - father and son Sebiskveradze - from automatic weapons not far from the Georgian village of Koda, Kareli district, bordering South Ossetia, the Roasbalt reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Internet media, the men have told that the unknown had stopped them on the road near the village and asked to leave the car, but they had not fulfilled this requirement and managed to escape. Their car, shown by Georgian TV-channels, has a few bullet holes.
According to them, they have got help from the Georgian military police officers who tried to arrest the unknown. The victims told the shooting on the outskirts of the village had lasted for more than ten minutes.
Later, as reported by the Lenta.ru, the same armed men moved into territory controlled by the Georgian authorities. There, they fired a citizen "walking on a rural road" (a citizen was not wounded).
After that the representatives of the armed group went back to the Ossetian side, where they were detained.
The situation is currently being reviewed by the EU observation mission, which is monitoring the Georgian territory bordering South Ossetia.