20 września 2011, | Kategorie: | Brak komentarzy

South Ossetian women walk in Tskhinvali on August 7, 2009. Georgia and Russia traded fierce accusations as they marked the first anniversary of the war over breakaway South Ossetia that shook the Caucasus region and re-ignited Cold War-era tensions. Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said Russia had suffered a „complete diplomatic defeat” since the conflict and said his ex-Soviet republic remained on track to join the NATO military alliance and forge closer ties with Europe. Russia meanwhile insisted it had been right to fight a war with Georgia, accusing Tbilisi of seeking to „eliminate” the people of South Ossetia, the rebel province at the heart of the conflict. AFP PHOTO / DMITRY KOSTYUKOV

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