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Georgian TV channels spread materials, compromising opposition leaders2009-06-24 14:18
This morning a number of Georgian channels spread footage of the meeting of Kakha Targamadze, the ex-Interior minister, with opposition leaders Levan Gachechiladze and David Gamkrelidze, recorded by a hidden camera.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The topic of their speech ids not clear, but, according to TV companies, the record was posted in the Internet and was made on June 15th in the territory, adjacent to Kempinski hotel, near the Russian embassy.
In his interview to Imedi over the phone Targamadze called the tape falsified - Interfax.
One week ago, at a rally, Levan Gachechiladze stated he had been in Europe recently, where held meeting with businesspeople, who promised to finance opposition's struggle against the authorities.
The representatives of the Georgian authorities replied the opposition was financed by Russia, in particular, by the ex-minister Kakha Targamadze, and promised to present evidence in nearest days.