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Putin Takes a Small Second Helping of Georgian Territory


According to Tblisi, yesterday Russian troops moved a border in South Ossetia, a chunk of Georgia that Moscow seized control of in a brief 2008 war, including a section of international pipeline. ABC has more:
Georgia says the de facto border was pushed nearly a kilometer (a half mile) deeper into its territory, leaving a section of the BP-operated Baku-Supsa pipeline in Russian-controlled territory.The new border also is only about 500 meters (yards) from the main highway running from the Georgian capital to the Black Sea.It may be more a calibration than an annexation, but in case there was any doubt …read more

Source: The American Interest

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