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Tbilisi disclaims messages on its help to Al-Qaeda2009-10-13 13:19
"These accusations are absurd, there isn't a single emissary of Al-Qaeda in Georgia", said Paata Davitaya, the deputy Speaker of the Georgian Parliament - the Vzglyad.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Davitaya, these charges are "aimed to spoil the image of Georgia in the course of the visit of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Moscow".
Alexander Bortnikov, the FSS [Federal Security Service] of Russia director, stated the Georgian side helps Al-Qaeda to transfer terrorists to the North Caucasus, to Chechnya.
"Audio evidence seized from insurgents shows that, together with emissaries of Al-Qaeda, they had contacts with representatives of the Georgian secret services", Bortnikov claimed.
Through these links, Georgia "participated in the training and transfer of terrorists to the territory of Chechnya," the FSB chief said - AFP.
He also mentioned that Georgia constantly tried to deliver weapons, explosive matters and financing for conducting subversions at the secret objects of Dagestan.