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Russia Removes Five Posts on Poti-Senaki Line
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 13 Sep.'08 / 12:25

After removing two outposts from Poti, the Russian forces have also vacated two posts at the town of Senaki, as well as the post at the village of Pirveli Maisi on September 13, the Georgian media sources and officials said.

Russia undertook the commitment to remove these five checkpoints on the Poti-Senaki line till Monday, September 15, in accordance with the September 8 agreement between the Russian and French Presidents.

Russia has to remove its checkpoints and withdraw troops from other parts of Georgia outside Abkhazia and South Ossetia within ten days after EU observers are deployed in those areas. At least 200 EU observers should be deployed in the areas adjacent to South Ossetia and Abkhazia no later than October 1, according to the September 8 agreement.

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