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Medvedev is in Tskhivali region, Russian “Gradis” are aimed at Georgia
17:06 08.08.2012
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In these minutes it is reported that a helicopter of Russian Premier has landed on the territory of the N4 Russian military base located near the city Java.  

Fire military installations “Gradi” aimed at Georgia are placed at take off line, - “Lifenews” reports.   

Prime-Minister’s convoy is completely armored. It consists of armored vehicle “Ris”, which are set up in Russia with Italian license.     

Medvedev is accompanied by Defence Ministry Anatoli Serdiukovi.
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