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10:21 31.08.2012
Shelters of militants were destroyed in Tsuntini region neighboring Georgia
In Dagestan, Tsuntini region neighboring to Georgia, in the village Shaitli, where clashes between militants and law enforcers took place, the police destroyed two shelters belonging to illegal armed groups – Russian media reports.
15:05 30.08.2012
Mikheil Saakashvili: everyone saw that people are protected
“Across the ridge there are our brothers, we welcome them for friendship, trade, or for a fest, but it is unforgivable to enter with an aim to capture anyone and threaten with guns. We all are aware well whose interest is this and it is our enemy”, - president said.
14:39 30.08.2012
Mikheil Saakashvili met the residents of Lopota valley
During the meeting with the local population, Mikheil Saakashivli talked about the problems existed in the village for this time. The First Person of the state promised the people that the road rehabilitation works will begin and soon, the problem of natural gas supply will be solved too.
14:11 30.08.2012
Mikheil Saakashvili: the last days are the true example of heroism
“When I was told it, I kept calling on the phone till half past 6 in the morning and was worried what could happen to them. Taking wounded people out of that place is a very difficult operation because of the bad roads,” – Saakashvili said.
13:33 30.08.2012
MIA: some of the wounded members of the armed group may be hiding in the gorge
Subversive group presumably consists of 20 (twenty) members. Police continues the search operation. The safety of population living in the gorge is ensured and they are not threatened with any danger," – is said in the statement.
13:15 30.08.2012
President is going to the village Laphankhuri
In a few minutes Georgian president Mikheil Saakahsvili will arrive in Lopota valley. President’s escort is moving in direction of the village Laphankhuri.
12:51 30.08.2012
Shota Khizanishvili: 11 bodies of 12 armed men were already found
According to the statement of the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Shota Khizanishvili, operation currently undergoing in Lopota valley could not be completed due to fog appeared yesterday, but today, the main phase is completed.
10:04 30.08.2012
Anti-terrorist operation at Georgian-Russian state border is still in progress
At the Dagestan section, near the Georgian-Russian state border, anti-terrorist operation against the armed group is in progress already for the third day. While conducting persecution operation against the armed subversive group, three officers of the MIA Special Force Unit were killed and five officers were wounded. Eleven members of the armed subversive group were liquidated and the operation of persecution is currently underway to detain six members of the armed group.
17:14 29.08.2012
Corporal Vladimer Khvedelidze died during the anti-terrorist operation
Today, during an anti-terrorist operation carried out at the Dagestan section close to the Georgia-Russian border, Corporal Vladimer Khvedelidze (22.02.1978) has been killed.
16:53 29.08.2012
Spec-operation of MIA of Georgia is still underway at Georgian-Russian border
Spec-operation of Internal Affairs Ministry of Georgia near the Russian-Georgian border is still in progress. “” was informed about it by the head of Internal Affairs Ministry press-office, Salome Makharadze.
15:42 29.08.2012
While conducting the persecution operation 3 officers of the Special Force group were killed
“While conducting the persecution operation by the Ministry of Internal Affairs 3 officers of the Special Force group were killed and 5 officers were wounded.
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Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia on the 21th round of the Geneva International Discussions
Participants from Georgia strongly protested against the multiple cases of illegal incursion into the Georgian air-space by the Russian aircraft during the last several months.
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