Protesters string wires outside the Reintegration Minister’s house
31 May, 2013
A group of protesters strung barbed wire outside the house of Reintegration Minister Paata Zakareishvili on May 31, showing their discontent with the situation in the villages of Ditsi and Dvani on the de-facto border with the breakaway region of South Ossetia , where in the recent days the Russian armed forces moved the boundary further inside the Georgian-controlled territory and set up fences.
The demonstrators blamed Zakareishvili of being “inactive” and called him an agent of the Russian Federal
Security Service, the Rustavi 2 channel reports.

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