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Sakartvelo’s criminal connection with Russia2011-03-30 11:16
Official Tbilisi has grown used to blaming his northern neighbour for all the economical misfortunes and political failures. "Moscow's hand" is discovered both in the Georgian officials' Portuguese debauches and terrorist attacks against opposition. But however hard Saakashvili's presumptuous regime tried to attribute its own incompetence to the Kremlin agents' schemes, common people perfectly understand that the life level cannot be improved without interaction with Russia. They are even ready to breach the law. The fact is reconfirmed by the current scandal around the Georgian illegal aliens in Minsk.
aliens in Minsk.
Yesterday, Information and Public Relations Department of the Byelorussian Interior Ministry reported the opening of a criminal case in respect of the citizens of Georgia, Russia and Byelorussia. Minsk investigators suspect them of arranging a criminal community aimed at illegal delivery of the Georgian citizens in the territory of the Russian Federation. According to Byelorussian law-enforcement authorities, this criminal group functioned in 2008-2010. During this period, its members helped almost one and a half thousand Georgian citizens to enter Byelorussia, get to Russia without proper visas and come back.
The international criminal organization consisted of three groups, two of which acted in Byelorussia and one in the Russian capital. Byelorussian "branches" of the criminal structure were controlled by two leaders - a Georgian and a Byelorussian. As reported by local law-enforcement officers, the leaders of the group "had planned crimes, distributed the duties and coordinated their subordinates' actions; they regulated the flows of illegal migrants and divided the revenue between the group members".
Those citizens of Georgia who resorted to the services of the criminal group were supplied with false information to be entered into migration cards, were met in the capital of Byelorussia and provided with dwelling. To transport the illegal aliens to Russia, the plotters undertook extraordinary conspiracy measures, used a system of passwords and keys, as well as special equipment, in order to track down the radio signals of the Russian and Byelorussian law-enforcement authorities.
The third criminal group acted in Moscow; it was responsible for the migrants' safety in the Russian territory and prevented their possible bringing to responsibility for the illegal crossing of the state frontier.