вторник, 16 сентября 2008 г.

Photo evidence of Georgian peacekeepers’ sabotage training


The photos have been provided by the Chief Military Prosecutor’s Office of Russia

Russia will provide international organizations with evidence that foreign instructors trained Georgian peacekeepers in the conflict zone with Abkhazia for sabotage missions, Russia’s Chief Military Prosecutor Sergei Fridinsky told reporters on Wednesday.


The photos have been provided by the Chief Military Prosecutor’s Office of Russia

“The pictures clearly show men wearing uniforms with insignia of other countries standing next to Georgian peacekeepers. They are training the Georgians sabotage techniques, particularly how to make crude devices for subversion purposes and killing people,” Fridinsky said.



Fridinsky showed reporters the photos passed by the Abkhazian law enforcement agencies to the Russian side in the Kodori Gorge.


The photos have been provided by the Chief Military Prosecutor’s Office of Russia

“Usually, they [Georgian checkpoints] teach their personnel how to save people and themselves, but the photos show that classes in sabotage are being conducted,” the prosecutor said.


The photos have been provided by the Chief Military Prosecutor’s Office of Russia

The Abkhazian law enforcement agencies have handed over photographs to Russia that will likely serve as evidence that foreign instructors trained Georgian peacekeepers for sabotage and subversion.


The photos have been provided by the Chief Military Prosecutor’s Office of Russia

One of the photos supplied by Abkhazia’s law enforcement agencies


The photos have been provided by the Chief Military Prosecutor’s Office of Russia

One of the photos supplied by Abkhazia’s law enforcement agencies
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