Russia Pulls the Bulk of Its Forces Out of Georgia | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Russia Pulls the Bulk of Its Forces Out of Georgia

The Russian Army withdrew the bulk of its forces from Georgia on Friday evening, pulling its armored columns into the separatist enclave of Abkhazia and behind the boundary that the Kremlin has unilaterally defined for South Ossetia, the other enclave, where the war started two weeks ago.

The withdrawal, while it fell short of Georgian and Western expectations, marked the biggest tactical shift of Russian forces since they invaded Georgia, and effectively reopened the country’s main road to traffic, which began flowing, albeit lightly, in the hour before dusk.

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