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Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry expresses gratitude to Georgian rescuers
09:51 08.08.2012
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Moscow is grateful to the Georgian rescuers, who aid the Russian climbers. The “Itar-tass” was told it by the Foreign Ministry of Russia.

“Georgian rescue services completed the evacuation operation by helicopters of 4 Russian climbers, who got under emergency situation on hardly-reachable mountainous area in Svaneti”, - representatives of the Ministry said and added that the Russian citizens injured during the stone fall were provided medical assistance too.        

“We note with appreciation the effective action of the Georgian rescuers”, - the Foreign Ministry said.

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