No comment: Bilder fra og ang

 (Hold markøren over bildene for å lese) 

Wounded South Ossetians stay in a hospital shelter in the South Ossetian capital of Tshinvali, August 10, 2008. Russian troops took most of the capital of the separatist Georgian region of South Ossetia></p><p><img src=

Vitaly Churkin, Russian Ambassador to the United Nations, answers a phone call during a special Security Council Meeting regarding the conflict in Georgia and South Ossetia at U.N. Headquarters Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008. (AP Photo/David Karp)

President of the separatist Georgian province of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, is seen in the town of Dzhava, South Ossetia, Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008. Georgia called a cease-fire Sunday and said it was pulling its embattled troops out of the disputed province of South Ossetia, submitting to Russia's far superior firepower, but Moscow disputed the pullout claim. (AP Photo/Musa Sadulayev)

Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili and French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, right, discuss the hostilities in South Ossetia during their meeting in Tbilisi, late Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008. Georgia called a cease-fire Sunday and said it was pulling its embattled troops out of the disputed province of South Ossetia, submitting to Russia's far superior firepower, but Moscow disputed the pullout claim. Kouchner called the hostilities in South Ossetia

 

A Georgian military convoy of trucks with soldiers and cannons is seen at the outskirts of Gori, Georgia, just outside the breakaway province of South Ossetia, Monday, Aug. 11, 2008. Russia warned Monday that its troops in Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia will cross into the Georgian-controlled territory if Georgian troops in the area refuse to disarm. ( AP Photo /Sergei Grits)

Georgian tanks roll in the outskirts of Gori, Georgia, just outside the breakaway province of South Ossetia, Monday, Aug. 11, 2008. Russia warned Monday that its troops in Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia will cross into the Georgian-controlled territory if Georgian troops in the area refuse to disarm. ( AP Photo /Sergei Grits)

epa01439648 Georgian people comfort a distraught woman who has fainted after receiving information of her son's death in the town of Gori, Georgia, 11 August 2008. The presidents of breakaway republics South Ossetia and Abkhazia agreed to appeal in the nearest future to the international community for the recognition of the independence of their republics. EPA/ZURAB KURTSIKIDZE

Russian troops get off a military transport plane landing in the Sukhumi airport in Sukhumi, Georgia, Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008. More Russian troops arrived in the capital of Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia in addition to peacekeepers deployed there for more than a decade, heading toward the border with Georgia. Separatist authorities in Abkhazia have mobilized the army and called up reservists to drive Georgian government forces from a small part of the province still under Georgian control. (AP Photo/Vladimir Popov)

Russian troops ride atop armored vehicles and trucks near the village of Khurcha in Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008, heading toward the border of Georgia. Russia's NTV television said more Russian troops arrived in the Abkhazian capital Sukhumi in addition to peacekeepers deployed there for more than a decade. Meanwhile separatist authorities in Abkhazia have mobilized the army and called up reservists to drive Georgian government forces from a small part of the province still under Georgian control. (AP Photo/Vladimir Popov)

Tips oss hvis dette innlegget er upassende

Explore posts in the same categories: georgia, ossetia, russland

Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.

Ingen kommentarer on “No comment: Bilder fra og ang”

  1. Linguna Sier:

    Fikk desverre ikke opp noe tekst…

    Tips oss hvis denne kommentaren er upassende

  2. Magne Godberg Sier:

    Bare hold markøren over bildet.

    Tips oss hvis denne kommentaren er upassende

  3. SissyFoss Sier:

    Vi kan vel vente maktskifte og at president Mikael Saakashvili blir byttet ut med en som ikke Nato orientert? Det kommer nye meldinger hele tiden nå så fremtiden skapes nå i kamp. Huff.

    Tips oss hvis denne kommentaren er upassende

  4. Magne Godberg Sier:

    Ja, huff. Det kan virke som om Russlands anliggende strekker seg langt utenfor Sør-Ossetia. De siste meldingene går ut på at Russland har styrker dypt inne i Georgia.

    Dersom det stemmer, er det mindre og mindre som skiller dette fra en krig, uansett hva Russland kaller det.

    Tips oss hvis denne kommentaren er upassende

  5. Etienne Sier:

    De Russiske styrker utplassert i Abkhazia og Syd-Ossetia kan med rette kalles fredstyrker i det der er mange Russiske borgere å forsvare der.

    Men der forsvinner enighet med Russland, når de går videre inn i Georgia, vil det rette navnet selvsagt være krigsstyrker og ikke fredsstyrker.

    Hvis en går til RussiaToday og leser http://www.russiatoda...

    så kaller de styrkene langt inne i Georgia fremdeles fredsstyrker og den Russiske kaller denne form for hevnaksjon for legitim. Men hevn er nokså normalt, og jeg har sjelden sett eller observert land som har “snudd det andre kinnet til”.

    mvh

    Tips oss hvis denne kommentaren er upassende

  6. Etienne Sier:

    Siste fra 7 minutter siden, Russian News and Information Agency(rian.ru), der forteller Medvedev at Russland kommer til å fortsette sine “aksjoner” inntil alle Russere i området kan føle seg trygge.

    Konflikten har i og for seg også spredd seg til andre land i området som Ukrainia, da Putin nevnte at det om Ukrainia nekter å bruke deres havner, så ville det tolket som en fiendtlig handling.

    Tips oss hvis denne kommentaren er upassende


Tips oss hvis denne bloggen er upassende

Denne bloggen blir ikke forhåndsredigert av VG Nett. Bloggens eier står ansvarlig for alt innhold.
Ingenting varer evig og nå er vi dessverre ved veis ende. VGB er lagt ned og vil ikke komme tilbake.
VG Blogg var en tjeneste levert av VG Multimedia AS. Henvendelser rettes til: Magne Antonsen
Ansvarlig redaktør/Administrerende direktør: Torry Pedersen
Redaktør digitalt Espen Egil Hansen. Redaktør avis: Helje Solberg. Politisk redaktør Hanne Skartveit
Digital direktør: Jo Christian Oterhals. Sentralbord VG: 22 00 00 00