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The state security Committee (KGB) of South Ossetia has published a “secret document”, which talks about Georgia’s plans to regain control over the territory of the Republic. About it reports “Lineinfo”.
The South Ossetian KGB said that “the Georgian side, despite the political and military defeat in August 2008, has not refused intentions to establish its control over the territory of South Ossetia”.
Power Ministry says that the plan was adopted in 2015 and had an implementation period 2016-2020. According to the first paragraph in this “immediate task of Georgia — the return of the lost territories”. The return of South Ossetia was planned in “Association, by financial proposals” that the KGB treats as “direct bribery of the South Ossetian population”.
In Tskhinvali believe that Tbilisi “with the support of their Western curators continues the policy of destruction of the people of South Ossetia” with the help of information, political, economic and special operations.
Other objectives of the plan was the return of the territory of Abkhazia, the fight against drug trafficking and improving relations with Russia.
Earlier, the KGB of South Ossetia announced the temporary closure of its border with Georgia. It is noted that this is done for security purposes because of discharge of tension by the Georgian side in some sections of the border with South Ossetia. In particular, it will be closed checkpoint “Razdan and Singur”. To open the border with the South Ossetian side plans after “normalcy”.
On August 28 it became known that the Georgian police had placed a roadblock on the territory of South Ossetia near the village of Tsnelis. According to the adviser of the President of the South Ossetian Soslan Kokoev, any action on the part of Georgia will get a mirrored response. Tskhinvali demanded to remove the checkpoint, Tbilisi refused.
The armed conflict in South Ossetia began on the night of 8 August 2008, the Georgian army shelling of Tskhinvali and attempted to establish control over the Republic. At the moment in the conflict zone there were 500 Russian peacekeepers. By day, Dmitry Medvedev, held the post of President of Russia, announced the start of operations in the Republic, after which the region was introduced by the Russian troops. Later, Russia recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which declared secession from Georgia.
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