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Duma Deputy has admitted the start of hostilities by Russia
10:35 06.07.2012
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According to the head of Russian Higher School of Economics, Eugene Yasin, the war in South Ossetia was begun because of “nonsense”. Yasin said in an interview with “Ekho Maskvi” (“Echo of Moscow”) that: “It will be remembered that in Russia are not only people who are engaging in all kinds of discussions regarding Pussy Riot or who start a war just because of nonsense, as peacekeepers – I am talking about the war in Abkhazia and South Ossetia; but there are also people who are making genuinely historic decisions…”     

This statement of Yasin was furiously responded by the Duma Deputy Sergei Zhigarev. He said that Russia did not started war in Tskhinvali region for nonsense. To illustrate it he accidently admitted that in 2008 Russia launched military operations:

“Our peacekeepers have been hit by the first blow and that lead to the start of Russia’s military actions”, - Sergei Zhigarev said. 

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