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Georgia claims no siloviki sent to Ukrainian elections2010-01-25 12:17
Foreign Ministry of Georgia strongly denies presence of defense, security or law enforcement structures' representatives in a mission, sent to presidential elections in Ukraine.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The announcement was made by Nino Kalandadze, the deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, Georgia Times correspondent reports. According to Kalandadze, messages about siloviki and wrestlers in the mission are the result of inner political struggle between presidential candidates.
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia directly participated in selection and sending monitors to Ukraine, and I can assure that only representatives of Parliament, sakrebulo [city council] and NGOs were in our mission," Kalandadze.
At the same time, her data contrast with the photo and video materials Ukrainian and Russian mass media spread. Main characters of these footages are Interior Ministry employees, governor of one region, ministers of Georgian government and sportsmen.