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MIA published Mukhrovani battalion officers’ testimonies2009-05-06 18:36
Today the Interior Ministry of Georgia published video with testimony of mutinous Mukhrovani battalion.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Among the materials presented by the agency - testimony of Georgi Gvaladze, ex-officer, now a private of the armed forces of Georgia, arrested on May 4th. He said he "had a meeting with Koba Kobaladze, the ex-chief of the National Guard of Georgia, Koba Otanadze, the ex-officer of the Armed Forces of the country, and two more people he didn't know".
"Kobaladze said that their [of the authorities of Georgia] things go in a bad way, and Saakashvili will leave the presidential post today or tomorrow. Nobody knows who will come, that is why we should come", Gvaladze testified and mentioned: "it was clear that Kobaladze decided upon everything".
Officers and privates of the Mukhrovani battalion told about the events that took place at the base yesterday. "In the morning of May 5 a general assembly was held, Mamuka Gorgiashvili, the commander of the battalion stated that the battalion shifts to regime of defense of the base territory". According to their testimony, "Gorgiashvili stated that the battalion declares insubordination, after that the three tanks, armoured machines and one anti-aircraft installation, which were located on the base's perimeter for all-round defense, were brought for operation".
Koba Kobaladze, the ex-commander of the National Guard, was detained by the law enforcement structures yesterday.