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Building of Russian military bases is continued in Abkhazia
15:40 25.04.2012
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Russian peacekeepers are actively building military bases on Georgian occupied territories, as “” was informed from Gali region, another base will be opened on April 27 in village Chururkhinji.

“New military base is opening in Chuburkhinji”, the population was warned that the Russian military officials will attend the opening ceremony and people were asked to clean the carriageway”, - the source said.  

We will recall you, that Chuburkhinji base is already the fifth base on occupied territories. Such kind of base already exists in Oqumi, Gali, Che Ghali and Pitchori. 

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