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02.07.2008 17:33

As we know from reliable sources, the Georgian leaders got out another Joker from the sleeve – nongovernmental organizations (NGO) again are humming in the territory of unrecognized republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

Funded via paper companies the NGOs enable Tbilisi to create legal structures used to conduct “social activities” and cover intelligence and subversive actions affecting the social and political situation.

For example, this spring OSCE-sponsored Ukrainian NGO Public Initiative conducted training “Art to Form Coalitions” in the territory of South Ossetia. During the training the trainees got skills in preparation and conduct of various public protest actions.

By the way, the materials for the training were prepared by the so-called National Institute of Democracy, one of key sponsors of “the Orange Revolution” in Ukraine.

Dutch NGO Iky Pax Christi was also observed in South Ossetia. Within the framework of its special project “South Caucasus Integration: Alternative Start” last November it established and funds the Georgian-Ossetian Civil Forum. It’s characteristic that one of the key goals of the project is to form “a third political force” in South Ossetia.

It is noteworthy that one of co-chairmen of the Gerogian-Ossetian Civil Forum , lawyer D. Gabachiev from Vladikavkaz attended the parliamentary election in Georgia as an observer on invitation of well-known head “of the Provisional Ossetian Administration” Dmitry Sanakoyev.

The route of our lawyer from Vladikavkaz to the Provisional Administration is also interesting – via Tbilisi where he attended a roundtable conference sponsored by another NGO (from the human rights defendant chain) – the Strategy and International Relation Research Foundation actively sponsored by the US Department of State.

Thus, we can make certain conclusions. Declaring good goals, the NGOs make efforts to destabilize rather fragile peace in Transcaucasia. Under the mask of these organizations we see a face a good producer from overseas. But if the bloodshed starts, where will we find these producers? Very far.away. We’ll continue…