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"Stiamo esaminando, fra le altre piste, quella del terrorismo, ma è troppo presto per pronunciarsi", ha detto Vladimir Ivanov, portavoce del ministero per le situazioni d'emergenza a Vladivkavkaz, nel Caucaso russo dove è avvenuto l'incidente...
Blasts on pipelines cut gas supplies to Georgia, Armenia
MOSCOW, January 22 (RIA Novosti) - Two blasts that occurred early Sunday on trunk pipelines running across southern Russia cut gas supplies to Georgia and Armenia, the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry said...
Power limits to be imposed on Moscow January 23
MOSCOW, January 22 (RIA Novosti) - Russia's electricity monopoly Unified Energy System (UES) said Sunday that it planned to introduce power limits in Moscow from January 23...
Gas: Georgia accusa Mosca di sabotaggio
Crisi Gas: Eni annuncia nuovo calo forniture. Stima a -4,1% dopo il -6,9% della vigilia
In accordo con quanto stima l’Eni, per la giornata odierna ammontano al 4,1% le forniture percentuali in metri cubi di gas russo non consegnato all’Italia attraverso il sistema di trasporto internazionale...
A natural gas pipeline, which supplies Georgia and Armenia, ruptured by a blast early Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006, is seen in the southern Russian region of North Ossetia in this image from television. Explosions hit natural gas pipelines running through southern Russia early Sunday, cutting the supply to Georgia and Armenia as the countries suffer a cold snap. Ministry spokesman Viktor Beltsov initially said the blasts appeared to be accidental, but Nikolai Shepel, chief prosecutor for Russia's southern region, was quoted by the Interfax news agency as saying an investigation had been opened on charges of deliberate destruction of property. (AP Photo/NTV Russian Channel)
The Russian General Prosecutor’s Office has initiated criminal case for “deliberate damage of property” over expositions that occurred at two gas pipelines in North Ossetia on Sunday, the Russian public broadcaster ORT and Interfax news agency reported. According to the ORT television explosives have been found at the cite of explosion...
Two simultaneous blasts hit main and reserve gas pipelines in Russian Federation’s North Ossetia early on Sunday, which cut off gas supply to Georgia and Armenia. Merabishvili said that in the Russia’s Republic of Karachaevo-Cherkessia, between the villages of Karachaevsk and Uchketin high-voltage power line delivering electricity from Russia into Georgia was blown up...
In this early Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006 photo released by Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry in the southern Russian region of North Ossetia, a natural gas pipeline, which supplies Georgia, Armenia, ruptured by blast, is seen at the site of the explosion in North Ossetia. Explosions hit natural gas pipelines running through southern Russia early Sunday, cutting the supply to Georgia and Armenia as the countries suffer a cold snap. Ministry spokesman Viktor Beltsov initially said the blasts appeared to be accidental, but Nikolai Shepel, chief prosecutor for Russia's southern region, was quoted by the Interfax news agency as saying an investigation had been opened on charges of deliberate destruction of property. (AP Photo/Vladimir Ivanov, Emergency Situations Ministry)
Blast at Russia's power line hits electricity supplies to Georgia
ROSTOV-ON-DON, January 22 (RIA Novosti, Sofia Bryukanova) - An explosion hit a high-power electricity transmission tower near the city of Karachayevsk in Russia's North Caucasus, cutting electricity supplies to Georgia, the Emergency Situations Ministry said Sunday...
Gazprom Ready to Provide Gas to Georgia via Azerbaijan
In separate interviews with Reuters and BBC on Sunday President Saakashvili reiterated that Russia was to blame for cutting off gas supply to Georgia...
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