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Border police of Georgia stated there’s no threat from Pankisi Gorge2009-10-28 15:28
Zaza Gogava, the chief of Georgian border police states there are problems at Georgian-Russian border, though not in Pankisi Gorge, but in "Russia-occupied territories".gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Gogava, information about training of militants in Pankisi and their transfer to Russia is wrong, as no facts of state border violation were registered here in 2009.
At the same time, South Ossetia and Abkhazia are out of Georgian control, and there the illegal crossing the border was detected, including sea border.
Nevertheless, Georgian police is ready to reinforce guarding in directions to Ingushetia, Chechnya, and Dagestan.
Gogava made the statement after his speech at the sitting of the Parliamentary Trust Group [includes MPs Zaza Gelashvili, Samson Kutateladze, Georgi Targamadze, Giya Tortladze].
Besides Gogava, Zurab Maisuradze and Grigol Korosanidze, the representatives of counter-terrorist center center; and Gela Bezhuashvili, the head of foreign intelligence service, delivered speeches.