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Tskhinvali law enforcers are getting ready for arresting Sanakoev
18:50 04.05.2012
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Tskhinvali region’s law enforcers are getting ready for catching Sanakoev. Sanakoev, who was a member of provisional administration of South Ossetia in Tbilisi and the inspirer of the movement “Kokoity pandarast”, has left Georgia in 2011, when he said he had cooperated with the Russian special services.

Few days ago, Ossetian informational sources spread information that Vladimir Sanakoev is currently on the territory of Tskhinvali.

As it is known, criminal case against him for seizure of power by force is launched in the General Prosecutor’s office of the separatist regime. The, so-called, Prosecutor’s office does not affirms the information about the presence of Sanakoev on the territory of South Ossetia and it declares that if he does appear in the occupied region, he will be immediately arrested. 

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