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Anatoliy Bibilov, leader of Georgia’s breakaway region of South Ossetia, is calling for public consultations on joining the Russian Federation. 

“We must, of course, ask the people for their opinion and ensure that the people express themselves on the possibility of joining the Russian Federation,” Bibilov said in live comments aired on Russian television.

He went on to add that “it’s not very difficult to do without delay. As they say, it’s a technical matter,” talking of an “age-old dream” of the Ossetian people to join Russia, having previously been part of the Soviet Union.

Russia and Georgia fought a brief but bloody war over South Ossetia in 2008, lasting 12 days from 1 to 12 August. Russia, South Ossetia and Abkhazia were considered to be the victors of the battle. Post this, Russia recognised South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent states and stationed permanent military installations there. 

The Russian offensive in Ukraine has sparked an outpouring of support and solidarity in Georgia. Bibilov announced on Saturday that South Ossetia has sent troops to Ukraine to “help protect Russia”, the number of troops dispatched was unknown.

Following the announcement from South Ossetia, both the separatist regions of Lugansk and Donetsk have expressed their desire and favour of fussing with Moscow and the Russian Federation.

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