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Russian occupants did not let Georgian children pass the administrative border
13:16 17.09.2012
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Russian occupants did not let Georgian children pass the administrative border at the village Pakhulan bordering the occupied territories.

According to the information existed, children were trying to go to one of the schools of Pakhulani village.

Russian occupants allowed only the eighth-ninth grade children to go from Gali to Pakhulan. 

All the pupils from first to seventh grade living in the village Saberio were forced to go to the Russian school.

As “Internet.ge” was told by the representative of Abkhazian legitimate government in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, Tornike Kilanava, he is collecting information about the incident for now.  

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