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Russia denies its shooting Georgian scout plane
26.05.2008 17:22
Russia denies its shooting Georgian scout plane

Russia denies the UNs claim about Russias shooting down a Georgian pilotless scout plane over Abkhazia on 20 April.
      The UN report says that UN radars registered that the plane which looked like Mig-27 shot down the Georgian pilotless scout plane over Abkhazia and then went to the Russias territory.
      The report refers to a video made by the board camera of the shot Georgian plane, and claims that as there is no denial to the fact from the Russias side, the plane can be considered as Russias.
       Abkhazia side states that the video is falsified.
      Russian air forces have denied its involvement to the case, assuring that that Georgian plane was shot by Abkhazia.


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