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Soldier from Abkhazia requested asylum in Georgia2010-01-15 11:36
Soldier from Abkhazia turned to the government of Georgia and asked to grant him asylum - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
18-year old Lexo Bjania told that first he was taken to Tkvarchelu, then to the military staff of Ochamchira, where allegedly forced to serve in Abkhazian army, in which he didn't want to serve - Public TV of Georgia.
Nevertheless, the serviceman claimed his readiness to serve in the Georgian army.
Together with his mother and brother Bjania turned to the International organisation for human rights protection, and currently staying in its office.
The NGO turned to the Ministry for Refugees and Resettlement of Georgia and requested asylum to the Bjanias - Public TV.