15 July 2017, 17:52

Two Georgian villagers detained in South-Ossetian border

Two men were detained by Russian militaries in the pasture, where they grazed their cattle, residents of the village of Tsitelubani, Gori District of Georgia, have reported.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that on July 4, Georgia accused South Ossetia of removing the banner, designating the border. On July 11, the South-Ossetian delegation stated that in this border section banners had been set for the first time.

Tsitelubani villagers have reported today the detention of their two fellows, who grazed their livestock in the field adjacent to the village, the "News-Georgia" reports referring to the "Rustavi-2" TV Channel.

Let us add here that after the incident with the border banner, Georgia's protests took place. On July 14, an action organized by a group of journalists in the village of Sobisi, Gori District, gathered about a thousand protesters.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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