Humanitarian crisis should be sought in brains of Tbilisi politicians, not on the territories of neighbor states. Such a statement made Dmitry Medoev, de-facto Foreign Minister of the occupied Tskinvali region.
In such way he commented on the statement of Georgian President and advised her to apply to the international organizations with “problems of her own country”.
“It is better that the World Health Organization and other international organizations pay attention to the children starving in Georgia.
As for withdrawal of medicines with Georgian annotation from pharmacies, the fact is nonsense - these medicines were not produced in Georgia and their origin was not known. Therefore, their selling was not acceptable across the occupied South Ossetia region”, - said Medoev.
Salome Zourabichvili informed Director-General of World Health Organisation, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the Commissioner of the Council of Europe for Human Rights in the occupied territories of Georgia on prohibition of Georgia-produced Medicines in occupied Tskhinvali.