About Civil.ge
Eng | Geo | Rus
Last updated: 19:13 - 22 Nov.'17
RSS
Mobile
Twitter
Facebook
Blast Injures Two in S.Ossetia
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 24 Mar.'08 / 10:45

Two men, a peacekeeper from Russia’s North Ossetian peacekeeping battalion and a South Ossetian security service agent, were badly wounded when their car exploded on March 23, the South Ossetian Press and Information Committee reported.

The breakaway region’s state security committee (KGB) said the explosion, which occurred near the village of Okona in the Znauri district, was masterminded by the Georgian security services. The Georgian side has denied the allegation.

The breakaway region’s security service also said that the target of the attack was one of its agent, Inal Kolyev. Kolyev, according to the secessionist authorities, infiltrated the Georgian secret services and helped uncover a terrorist plot aimed at civilians and officials in Tskhinvali last year.

Latest News
22 Nov.'17 19:13
Three Suspects Dead as Anti-Terrorist Operation Ends
The State Security Service reiterated that the suspects were foreign citizens.
22 Nov.'17 18:22
Anti-Terrorist Operation Over
The status of the suspects still remains unclear.
22 Nov.'17 18:02
Javelin Purchase ‘Solely Defensive,’ Georgian Officials Stress
Deputy Foreign Minister Davit Zalkaliani says the decision “reflects the will of two sovereign nations.” 
22 Nov.'17 16:17
Anti-Terrorist Operation Continues
The number and origins of the suspects remain unclear.
22 Nov.'17 15:26
Deportation of Georgians Linked to National Security, Ukrainian Authorities Tell Ambassador
Gela Dumbadze rejected any connection between the deportations and Mikheil Saakashvili’s activities. 
22 Nov.'17 13:07
One Detained as Anti-Terrorist Operation Continues in Tbilisi
Additional security forces and light armored vehicles have been deployed to the scene.
22 Nov.'17 10:39
Large Scale Police Operation Underway in Tbilisi
Media outlets report that Georgian security forces are carrying out a counter-terrorist operation.
21 Nov.'17 17:07
EU, Georgia Adopt Revised Association Agenda
The new document will facilitate the implementation of the Association Agreement/DCFTA for 2017-2020.
21 Nov.'17 12:50
U.S. State Department Approves Sale of Javelin Missiles to Georgia
Tbilisi will purchase 410 Javelin missiles and 72 Command Launch Units.
21 Nov.'17 11:41
CSOs: Abolishing EU&NATO Minister’s Office without Consultations ‘Unacceptable’
Twenty-five civil society organizations call for further discussions over the role and functions of the Office.

About Civil Georgia
Civil.Ge © 2001-2017, Daily News Online
Registered office: 2 Dolidze Str, 4-th Floor.
72