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Leningori

 

an urban-type settlement, the center of Leningori Raion, Iuzhnaia Osetiia Autonomous Oblast, Georgian SSR. Located on the left bank of the Ksani River (a tributary of the Kura), 35 km north of the Ksani railroad station on the Tbilisi-Samtredia line. Leningori is the site of a winery, a fruit-juice plant, and a subsidiary of the Tbilisi KniHed-goods Factory.

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(64) Ayrica, cogunlugu Gurculerden olusan Gal ve Akhalgori halkindan, Rus veya Oset ve Abhaz pasaportlari almadiklari takdirde, bulunduklari yeri terk etmeleri talep edilmektedir.
Georgia has maintained that Russian troops have not pulled out of Akhalgori, a district that Russia asserts is within South Ossetia's Soviet-era borders, and the Kodori Gorge, and that no Russian military bases are permitted in the regions.
barbwire along the occupation line of Gori, Kareli, Kaspi and Akhalgori districts," Panjikidze stated when addressing the OSCE
"Alexander Glukhov was captured by Georgian armed forces in the Akhalgori region of South Ossetia and taken to Tbilisi [Georgia's capital]," a defence ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by Russian news agencies.
"I had an opportunity to say to Mr Medvedev that there needs to be progress on the retreat of Russian forces in two particular parts of Ossetia, I'm thinking of Akhalgori and Perevi, outside South Ossetia," Sarkozy said.
Georgian Interior Ministry spokesman Shota Utiashvili said the Russian withdrawal was a positive move, but he added that Georgia wouldn't consider it complete until the troops leave the town of Akhalgori, near South Ossetia, and the Kodori Gorge in another Moscow-backed breakaway province, Abkhazia.
With the exception of limited returns of internally displaced persons (IDPs) to the Gali and Akhalgori areas, the
Referring to the controversial military presence of Russian troops in the Akhalgori district and the upper Kodori valley - zones inside the breakaway Georgian regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which before the conflict were controlled by Georgian authorities, Ferrero-Waldner said that this issue should to be addressed at the Geneva conference, which was launched on 15 October.
Commenting on the difficult situation on the ground, Kouchner urged Moscow to provide access for humanitarian aid workers to such districts as Akhalgori and the village of Perevi, on the border of rebel South Ossetia, which remain under Russia's control.