Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Privileges to be Abolished to Russian Militants in Abkhazia and South Ossetia

Russian militants serving in Abkhazia and South Ossetia will not enjoy different kinds of privileges any longer.As news agency ‘Regnum’ reports based on the resolution adopted by the Government of the Russian Federation, the one-month-service, of Russian militants and officials serving in these regions, will not be considered as for three-month- service any longer.Amendments in governmental acts of social defense regulations were entered on February 25.

According to the resolution, ‘Georgian-Ossetia conflict zone and the republic of Georgia is removed from the list of military conflict zones - where in case of serving militants and officials are given additional privileges and guaranties‘.The resolution put an end to the point envisaging daily payment to the militants during their business trip to these regions.‘Regnum’ remarks in the end of the article that ‘military bases with staff - 3700 military officers, are being generated on the territory of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.’


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