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The Georgia Pipeline (Extra Scene from 'The Russians Are Coming: Georgia's Creeping Occupation')

VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky questions Georgia's Deputy Energy Minister about how their policies may have enabled Russia's increased presence.

by VICE News
Nov 16 2015, 5:19pm

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In July 2015, Russian backed forces moved the boundary fence between Russian occupied South Ossetia and Georgia - making more of Georgian territory under Russian control. Georgians refer to this as the creeping occupation, and several people who unfortunately live in the area now have a different citizenship. In this extra scene, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky questions Georgia's Deputy Energy Minister about how their policies may have enabled Russia's increased presence.

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