Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Georgia claims it doesn't have control over 31 villages in Didi and Patara Liakhvi Gorge

Грузия заявила, что не контролирует 31 село Большого и Малого Лиахвского ущелья

Georgian law enforcement agencies do not have control in 31 villages in Didi [Greater] and Patara [Lesser] Liakhvi Gorge, owing to the fact that residents cannot return to their own homes. This story is being carried in the Georgian media.

Refugees from the gorge are camped out in 50 tents set up in the center of Gori and in kindergartens. It is estimated that 5,000 people are living in the tent city; tomorrow, the International Red Cross will provide them with a cafateria. By evening, electricity will be provided.

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