MOSCOW ADMONISHES DUSHANBE OVER KILLINGS.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 3 Issue: 25
Russia’s Foreign Ministry yesterday demanded that the Tajik authorities "find and punish those responsible… for a wave of terrorist attacks on Russian soldiers." According to spokesman Mikhail Demurin, 14 Russians — including eight soldiers and several military dependents — were killed in January, mostly in the capital Dushanbe. (Itar-Tass, February 4)
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