Victims of the military action in South Ossetia reached 1500

General Staff and Foreign Ministry Release Info about Wounded

The total number of victims of the military action in South Ossetia reached 1500 people and continues to grow, Associated Press reports. That was announced by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at a telephone press conference with foreign journalists. According to information from Interfax, Anatoly Nagovitsyn, deputy chief of the general staff, reported 20 deaths among Russian peacekeepers and 50 Russian military wounded.
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