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A Georgian detective story. Everyone is involved in disreputable ties2009-06-25 13:56
This is the continuance of the Georgian detective story about how Terri Davis scolded Nino Burjanadze. Today the Georgian TV channels, with reference to www. youtube.com, have disseminated the video records of the meeting of Levan Gachechiladze and leader of the New Rights David Gamkrelidze with the former Minister of Foreign Affairs Kakha Targamadze currently residing in Russia. The GeorgiaTimes correspondent tried to puzzle out the detective aspects of the Georgian domestic policy.
As a matter of fact, this was just the outcome of another criminally discrediting scandal that broke out in Tbilisi, for today all the Georgian TV channels broadcasted the records posted on youtube.com. Levan Gachechiladze and leader of The New Rights David Gamkrelidze secretly meet the former Head of MIA Kakha Targamadze, who had occupied his post in the days of Shevardnadze. They have not so far been accused by Tbilisi of having any ties with the Kremlin.
And here we are: in the heart of Europe, in Berlin, three grand Georgian politicians are sitting at a table drinking coffee in a respectable hotel, making emotional gestures. The picture is jittering, for the record was obviously made somewhere from above using a simple mobile phone camera. There are moments when the Georgian politicians may be identified only by their gleaming bald heads. It looks like the sound button had not been pressed, and the record is mute. However, the ruling majority is sure that the politicians can be talking of nothing but the sponsorship of the opposition that had been promised by Levan Gachechiladze. Although the meeting took place in Berlin, all the strands lead to "The Third Rome", for Kakha Targamadze lives and carries on his business in Moscow.
It turns out that everyone except leader of Alliance for Georgia Irakli Alasania, who is currently in Washington, are involved in "disreputable ties". However, judging by the contour of this political and criminal plot, the outcome is a distant prospect.
The Imedi TV company contacted Kakha Targamadze who denied the meeting and suggested that the questions on the matter should be put to Levan Gachechiladze. The latter has stated on-air for several Georgian TV-channels that he had met with Targamadze in Berlin but it was not the sponsorship of the opposition that they talked about. On the contrary, they tried to find out the details of Mikhail Saakashvili being sponsored once and what kind of contacts with the Kremlin he has got; they also talked about an attempt of selling Georgia, Levan Gachechiladze declared. Leader of The New Rights David Gamkrelidze suggested switching on the audio record of the meeting.