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Burdzhanadze keeps Okruashvili away from home2011-06-28 11:35
Georgian opposition is in the middle of a new squabble not only because of misinformation launched by the ministry of interior on imaginary intervention of former defense minister of Georgia Irakli Okruashvili accompanied by two hundred soldiers from Russia's special force. For an unknown reason representatives of the Georgian Party led by Okruashvili started to accuse his colleague - Nino Burdzhanadze of his failed visit. The opposition has less and less time before parliamentary election. This sorting out won't help them raise their ratings among potential voters.
raise their ratings among potential voters.
Georgian Ministry of interior comes up with a new report on Russia's misdoings revealed by brave counterintelligence officers of Georgia. The country's security officials detained a few members of "an organized criminal group" including representatives of oppositional Georgian party. Georgi Sabashvili, one of the detainees, told about the plan of Irakli Okruashvili's return to Russia assisted by Russian Special Forces. "He planned to cross the administrative border with the help of 200 Special Forces agents and be received by a group of Georgians. Then it was planned to disarm a checkpoint - he told. An empty ZIL truck was supposed to cross the checkpoint carrying Okruashvili and members of the criminal group. As a result the checkpoint would be disarmed".
It is impossible to overestimate the absurdity of this scenario that was already mentioned in Georgian mass media a month ago. Yes, late in spring some newspapers discussed Okruashvili's return on top of a Russian tank on his way to Tbilisi from Tskhinval. Yet, it looked like a scandalous image created to attract readers. No one would have ever though that Sakartvelo's security ministry would launch such an adventure. Okruashvili did not arrive on top of a Russian or foreign tank. Neither from South Ossetia, nor Azerbaijan or Armenia. However, now the topic of his failed visit is a serious concern for the ministry of interior.