Russia says peacekeepers observe Georgia ceasefire deal

MOSCOW (Reuters) – All Russia’s military activities in Georgia meet the conditions of a French-brokered six point ceasefire deal which ended clashes over South Ossetia, a senior Russian general said on Saturday.

“We follow the statements made by political leaders (in the West) … and are obliged to once again underline the Russian position: all the actions of Russian peacekeepers are in line with the six principles signed by the presidents of Russia and France,” Anatoly Nogovitsyn, deputy chief of the Russian military’s General Staff, told a news conference.

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