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Laborites leader was not allowed into a closed area2009-04-30 18:11
The Ministry of Defense of Georgia called Shalva Natelashvili's statements of the threats from some armed people in military uniform wrong.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to David Nardaya, the Ministry spokesman, last Wednesday Natelashvili and his escort approached the guarded zone.
The spokesman explained that a squad came up to the opposition leader and explained that the zone is closed and entrance is prohibited - The Vzglyad.
Nardaya mentioned that there was "no tension' in the speech, and the sides walked away calmly.
Today the laborites spread a message claiming their leader was surrounded by about 20 people in military uniform, who pointed their automatic guns at Natelashvili.