Java De-Facto Court Decided to Expel 10 Georgian Citizens from South Ossetia
Java de-facto court decided to expel 10 Georgian citizens from the territory of South Ossetia. News Agency “RES” reported about it.
“Java district court discussed administrative case about Georgian citizens and decided to expel them from the territory of South Ossetia in accordance to the Administrative Law,” the de-facto court reported.
Ossetian side will assign ten Georgian people from Oni district to Georgian law enforcement officers and EUMM today near the Ergneti village.
On June 18-19, occupants arrested ten residents of Ghari village in Oni district when they were celebrating religious holiday. Tskhinvali de-facto authority blamed them in the violation of the so-called border.
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