Source Pravda.Ru

More Fighting Between Militants And Abkhazian Army In Kodori Gorge

More clashes between Chechen and Georgian militants and the Abkhazian military was registered in the Kodori Gorge, reported Tatiana Gulia, the press secretary with the representative office of the self-proclaimed republic of Abkhazia. At least, two militants were killed in a fierce clash that broke out at the foot of the Sugar Loaf mountain last night. None of Abkhazian servicemen was hurt. Simultaneously, Abkhazian air forces launched a bombing raid on the Sugar Loaf mountain, which, according to Gulia, turned out "rather effective." "Losses among militants are being estimated," she said.

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