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Mass media: one more Russian serviceman fled to Georgia2009-07-02 13:07
Dmitri Artemiyev, the Russian soldier, voluntarily left his military unit in Tskhinval and left for Georgia. Currently he is staying in the UN office in Georgia, where he turned for help - Rustavi 2.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The UN representatives turned to the Ministry for refugees and Resettlement of Georgia - Rosbalt. The serviceman said that unbearable conditions of service, and complicated relations with sergeants made him leave. "I was treated badly, beaten, and I escaped through post in Perevi", he said and added he intends to live in Georgia.
Previously, on January 27th the MIA of Georgia stated that Alexander Glukhov, the junior sergeant of Russian army left his unit in South Ossetia and surrendered to the Georgian police. Glukhov claimed he left because of bad conditions of service and intended to stay in Tbilisi for some time. The Russian side instituted criminal case over his desertion. In end April the General Prosecutor's Office requested the Ministry of Justice of Georgia to hand him over.
Several days ago the ministry of Justice of Georgia granted Glukhov the status of refugee.