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Georgian «Mafiosi» Feel Uncomfortable in the Slavonic Expanses2009-11-19 18:30
While the Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili has left for Kiev to provide personal support to Viktor Jushchenko whose electorate loyalty level has faltered, his compatriot, the Georgian «thief-in-law» Paata Tchkhartishvili a.k.a. Prince has arrived in Ukraine to establish criminal contacts and redistribute the influence in the area of illegal hard drug circulation.
Paata Tchkhartishvili has been tried for grave crime both in Georgia and in Russia several times. The Prince was «crowned» in 1990. For a long time he abode in Russia and Transcaucasian republics but in the light of the new economical and criminal facts criminal authorities delegated him to the steppes of Ukrainian Black Sea region for the Prince to get a handle on the local drug dealers.
However, they turned out to be no fools and, to all appearance, «pointed» the law enforcement authorities to the Georgian emissary of the mafia world. Paata Tchkhartishvili was arrested by the Ukrainian police in the Nikolaev Region. According to the press service of the Main Office of the Ukranian Ministry of Internal Affairs for Organized Crime, during the arrest they confiscated from him a certain amount of drugs (heroin), some jewellery and a car. A criminal suit is brought against Tchkhartishvili under p.1 of Art. 309 (Illegal Production, Manufacturing, Purchasing, Storage of Drugs) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Currently P. Tchkhartishvili's involvement in some other crimes is being ascertained.
Earlier it was reported that on 16 October Ukraine deported another underworld leader, 38-year-old Kakha Makalatia a.k.a. Novorossiysky, was deported to Georgia by Ukraine.
Of course, the Kiev friend of Mikhail Saakashvili will not reproach his best friend from Tbilisi for export of «mafiosi» from Georgia that was boasted by the Georgian president who said that instead of the well-known Kakhetia wines they were now exporting criminal authorities to Russia. But this fact is not too pleasant for the Ukrainian society. Ukraine is full of its own criminals and it does not need any Georgian «special export».