Military operation in South Ossetia wasn't abrupt
August 9, 2008 - 16:44 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - Gaining the maps of Georgian military, Russian peacekeepers got evidence that military operation in South Ossetia was not abrupt. The attack was planned scrupulously.
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Wounded are being evacuated. Special forces are sent to Tskhinvali. Landing and assault battalions of the 76 Pskov division entered the South Ossetian capital, Vesti reports.
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