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Bjania refuted statements about his dismissal in May2009-06-19 15:49
Georgian lieutenant Alik Bjania, who fled to Russia and asked for a political asylum, refuted Georgian MIA's statement of his dismissal in May - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the press conference in Moscow he showed his identity card, valid till 2011. "I've got documents in English. This is the identity card, it is like a pass. If I'm fired, this document is taken away from me immediately".
Yesterday the Interior Ministry of Georgia claimed that on May 18th 2009 Bjania was fired from the coastal guard service of the Georgian police for repeated misconducts.