British observers said the first fire caused the Russian Georgian war grid
Data Figure: Russian military conflict frame, tanks and soldiers in Gori, Georgia near war
China Network November 10 hearing, according to British media reported on November 10, Georgia and Russia broke out in August this year a five-day war in Georgia and the United States have accused Russia of aggression first. But the presence of Georgia’s two former British military observer has said that Georgia fired the first cause of this bloody war.
Ryan – Gray Frost and Sidi Wen – Yang are former British military officer, before the outbreak of war in Georgia, two people with Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) sent observers to Georgia to oversee the situation in South Ossetia. In the war between Georgia and Russia at that time, Gray is Manchester Georgia, he was observed according to their own situation to the European diplomats in Tbilisi made a briefing, analysis of the military conflict between Russia and the case of grid . Grace and Sidi Wen – Yang have indicated, is the first in the war in Georgia opened fire, before the bombing began in Russia, Georgian rockets and artillery began to once every 15-20 seconds to South Ossetia ammunition launching a civilian areas. Large numbers of civilian casualties in South Ossetia shortly after Russia began bombing Georgian, Russian war broke out grid.
Grace said in an interview with reporters, “It is clear that Georgia’s attack is indiscriminate entirely white, without any distinction between them, which is in fact Russia is a provocation.” Stephen Wen – Yang also told reporters, “If it is such as Georgia said they had been artillery attacks, then those of us observers should be able to hear, but observers only occasionally hear the sound of small arms firefight.” outbreak of war the Russian grid , the EU, UN and OSCE are in Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, stationed observers. These three organizations have recently held a meeting will be to promote stability and security in the region, and to refugees and people displaced by the war to help. U.S. diplomats said Russia and Georgia will join the talks after the war. U.S. participation in the talks appears to be part of the activities before the diplomatic struggle. South Ossetia and Abkhazia, officials will only participate in informal talks.
format war, Russia shortly after the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) who has an interview with the correspondent went to the scene also publicly said that Georgia first opened fire on civilians was caused by escalation of the war. The BBC’s correspondent was stationed in Georgia –21-year-old South Ossetian youth Geli Ji – Tada Aliyev said that Georgia tanks opened fire on residential areas, and its soldiers to shoot civilians. Tada Aliyev in this war lost their mother, their son died in his arms. But Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili immediately denied the accusations, he said: “We absolutely deny the charge of the military, but we will open the door to any investigation into who we want to be associated with the second international survey clearly that the war Who should bear any responsibility, who in the invasion. “British diplomatic Chen Miliband later told reporters,” I think that Georgia’s behavior is irresponsible, but I also think that it is not commensurate with Russia’s comeback, is not correct The. “
Georgia in August this year, sent troops and tanks into South Ossetia in order to re-seize control of the breakaway regions, Russia, followed by a strong counterattack, the Georgian army out of South Ossetia, and into Georgia, saying the need to prevent another Georgian attack. Russia has pulled out of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, close to the buffer. According to the EU’s rotating presidency, France brokered a ceasefire agreement, Russian troops should be in the October 10 deadline for the withdrawal of the buffer. West’s actions in Georgia for Russia to condemn the disproportionate response made it repeatedly demanded that Russia withdraw its troops from Georgian regions. Georgia for the U.S. as an ally in the region. At present, only Russia and Nicaragua recognizes South Ossetia and Abkhazia independent. (Xiao Xi)