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Georgian Foreign Ministry accused Russia of “human hunting”2010-02-04 14:01
Foreign Ministry of Georgia spread a statement in connection with detention of Malkhaz Akhvlediani, a resident of Chiatura, in South Ossetia. The Ministry accused Russia of " another in the chain of extremely dangerous actions", "acquired a form of human hunting".gt-en-newsitem-inside
Malkhaz Akhvlediani was detained by law enforcement bodies of South Ossetia near Nikozi settlement over charge of illegally crossing the border on January 31st - Georgia Times correspondent.
The Georgian Ministry reminded that in the course of Geneva Talks and meetings in the framework of incident prevention mechanism agreements, implying release of citizens in case of incidental crossing of the border, were reached.
"Akhvlediani still remains in custody in violation of the agreements reached up to this day," the statement says.
In the view of the Georgian side, "the Kremlin has this time enlisted the services of its proxies to carry out its perfidious designs aimed at causing the extreme escalation of the situation on the territories adjacent to Georgia's occupied regions."
The Ministry protests against Russia's actions and demands immediate release of Akhvlediani.