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Targamadze shared details of his meeting with opposition leaders2009-06-29 11:10
Kakha Targamadze, the ex-Interior Minister of Georgia, shared some details of his meeting with opposition leaders in Political Week show on Sunday (Public TV, First Channel).gt-en-newsitem-inside
Targamadze said at that meeting they exchanged information "of global scale", and he warned Levan Gachechiladze that he [opposition leader] is in danger, and this autumn may become the object for "certain actions".
The ex-minister strongly denied information of his alleged cooperation with Russian special services and claimed he is not a person to serve the Kremlin's interests.
He said he had had a meeting with Badri Patarkatsishvili and warned him of the danger to the ex-PM Zurab Zhvania, and his warning came true.
He refused to answer who exactly planned Zhvania's murder, but mentioned these were people whom Zhvania and Patarkatsishvili impeded.
Targamadze added the meeting in Berlin wasn't secret. They met in the hotel Targamadze was living in, and continued the talk disregarding it's being recorded secretly. In the ex-minister's view, all the stir around the meeting is needed to the authorities to la a guilt trip on him and smear the opposition leaders.