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Separatist regime simplified procedures of entering Akhalgori region
10:07 18.05.2012
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The so-called South Ossetia has simplified, as they call it, “border crossing procedure” at the Akhalgori region entrance points.

The formal barriers existed there for obtaining the, so-called, Form N9, are now canceled too. This is a document which is given instead of “South Ossetia passport” to the residents of the region, who remain Georgian citizen. 

As the head of the region newly appointed by the separatist regime, Jemal Jigkaev said to “Ekho Kavkaza”, it will no longer be necessary to register in the region territory for getting Form N9 and those who have this document will receive some benefits. 

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