In Georgia, presented a report on the war in South Ossetia with the declassified documents

The Government of Georgia submitted a report on the events of war in August last year, containing the declassified documents.
According to News-Georgia, a paper presented in book form in English and Georgian languages, and entitled as follows: Statement in connection with a full-scale Russian aggression carried out against Georgia …

7 August 2009 | georgia, russia, south ossetia, war

Georgia submitted a report on the war in South Ossetia
Russia defended South Ossetia from NATO

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