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Rebuilding of No Border


 
27.10.2008

Rebuilding of No Border


 

Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov joined yesterday the campaign for South Ossetias reviving. Luzhkov laid a foundation stone in the future cottage village built in ex-Georgian enclave in South Ossetia. On the same day at the closed meeting, Luzhkov and South Ossetias President Eduard Kokoity deliberated on constructing a new railway that will emerge as an alternative to Roki Tunnel and speed up South Ossetias integration into Russia.
Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov that arrived in Tskhinvali yesterday told reporters about his South Ossetian plans in time of his visit to North Ossetia. According to Luzhkov, Moscow will fund the construction of a cottage village in Tskhinvali as a token of profound sympathy with the people that suffered from aggression of Saakashvili and his regime.

In an effort to cut expenses, the enterprising mayor suggested using Georgias military infrastructure in the northern outskirts of Tskhinvali (Tamarasheni-village) for warehouses. The military had occupied these premises. And in this respect, we, as a peaceful state, will beat swords into ploughshares, the mayor vowed.

Luzhkov set to beating the swords Thursday. On the central square of Tskhinvali, he blessed Eduard Kokoity for workmanship and presented his famous cap to him. In return, Kokoity endowed the mayor with Ossetias hat of white wool. Neither of them put on the presents. Then Luzhkov and Kokoity headed for empty and deserted Tamarasheni, where the mayor laid a foundation stone.

Also on yesterday but without the journalists, Luzhkov inspected the site of Russias future military base near Tskhinvali. It will be located near the new cottage village, on the soil of Georgias enclave. A motor rifle brigade will be formed on the basis of the 58th Armys regiment that arrived already and set up a tent camp.

Whats more, Luzhkov and Kokoity discussed a project of a new railway that should become an alternative to Roki Tunnel and connect South Ossetia and Russia. In essence, the railway will materially ease South Ossetias integration into Russia. Nowadays, both countries are linked by a narrow Roki Tunnel, which could be blocked by Georgia.

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