Drunken Russian Troops Destroy the Fences of Local Residents before Departing
Russian occupants are leaving the checkpoint in the village of Djgali in Tsalenjikha district. They have already dismantled part of the checkpoint and taken it away them along with tanks and other military equipment.
Gia Mebonia, Tsalenjikha district governor, reported to the Medianews that Russians would finally dismantle their illegal checkpoint as of tomorrow. Before the departure, irritated Russian soldiers destroyed the fences of local residents by tanks and rushed into two houses. They also blew up electricity-transformer, which supplied the village with electricity.
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