Murat Dzhioev: The action of the Georgian journalists is a show for the highly emotional public

Mon, 30/09/2013 - 23:30

Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy of South Ossetia for post-conflict settlement Murat Dzhioev called the action held by Georgian journalists on September 28, near the village of Dvani at the South Ossetian-Georgian border, the show aimed at emotions.
"This and similar actions are designated for demonstrating that ''there is no a state border between Georgia and South Ossetia, ''remind attempts to delay the train at the station, which was off many years ago. Contrary to the opinion of the Georgian authorities and journalists, the ways of Georgia and South Ossetia parted in 1990, and since 2008, after the repelling of the armed aggression of Georgia, the Republic of South Ossetia is the recognized state. And this fact is beyond any doubt," – said the envoy in conversation with the correspondent of the news agency "Res."
The Georgian authorities want to draw the attention of the world community to the «plight» of the residents of the village of Dvani.
"But this village is located in Georgia and if its residents live in poverty, this should be the concern of the Georgian authorities. South Ossetia has no claims on the territory of the village and is not going to give its land,"- said the official.
According to Dzhioev, the Georgian authorities want to convince everyone that the residents of several homes dismantle their homes and transfer them to Georgia.
"But, first, these homes were destroyed by fire in 2008, and secondly, no one is going to be expelled from South Ossetia,"- he said.
The most blasphemous thing the envoy has called the words of the Georgian peasants who have always been known for their love for gardens and who are not ashamed to talk about that they "have already cut down their fruit trees and vineyards in the hope that the government will help them financially and pay them compensation."
"This is blasphemous and inhumane - to cut down fruit trees and vineyards, guided by the principle ''if not for me, then for no one," - said the envoy in perplexity .
"Or Georgia has already experienced a complete reassessment of values, and the ideals of the hero of the film ''Father of a Soldier,'' who beat a tanker for crushing the vineyard, are no more in fashion in Georgia today?" - concluded Dzhioev.

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