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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Tbilisi, 3 June: Work on restoring the rail link with Tskhinvali [South Ossetia's capital] began today in the village of Nikozi (6 km from Tskhinvali). The beginning of the work was attended by Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania and the head of the Georgian railways, Davit Onoprishvili.
Davit Onoprishvili told journalists that it would take three days to restore the link with Tskhinvali and start running a train. [Passage omitted]
Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania made the following statement: "South Ossetia has been and always will be an integral and inseparable part of …