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Georgian Foreign Ministry accused Tskhinval and Russia of “organizing terrorist acts”2009-03-30 12:39
Today the Foreign Ministry of Georgia issued a special statement on the incident in village Dvani on Sunday morning. In this document the Ministry accused Russia and Tskhinval in organizing "terrorist acts".gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the time when the Georgian side together with the USA, the EU, the OSCE and the UN does its best for timely implementation of the incidents prevention mechanisms, the "Tskhinvali separatist regime and Russia do not only impede introduction of these mechanisms but continue planning and conducting terrorist acts from the occupied territories", the statement claims.
Proceeding from the total control of Russia over the territory of South Ossetia, the official Tbilisi imposes all the responsibility for the incidents in Dvani and other "terrorist acts' on Russia.
The Ministry addresses the world community and calls for it to respond on another dangerous "provocation", held allegedly from the "Russia-occupied territories" adequately.
According to the Interior Ministry of Georgia, yesterday at about 9 a.m.(local time) a Georgian patrol police car was blown up by a landmine near village Dvani. One of the policemen died, four others were wounded. Later another police car came to the place and was fired - according to the Georgian side, from the territory of South Ossetia, controlled by Ossetian and Russian military. In the result, two more policemen were wounded.