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Russian Soldiers Detained Four Georgian citizens in Tskhinvali

24.01.2012
Russian soldiers detained four Georgian citizens in Tskhinvali, agency “RES” informs. The Georgian citizens were arrested for illegal crossing of the “border” of the so called South Ossetia.

“On 22 January at 13:25, employees of the Russian border department detained three citizens of Georgia heading from South Ossetia to Georgia, near village Disevi, Tskhinvali region, for attempting to illegally cross state border. The same day at 15:00, a citizen of Georgia, moving from Georgia to South Ossetia, was detained near village Tsinagara, Leningori district for the violation of the state border regime”, press service of Russian border guards’ department informs.

The detainees were sent to so-called South Ossetia’s de-facto border service for further investigation.

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