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USA provide Georgia with drug tests2010-03-03 10:06
The U.S. embassy permanently supplies Georgia with drug tests, said leader of pro-opposition movement For Victory, Shalva Khachapuridze.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He presented the letter he officially received from Georgian Interior Ministry in 2006.
The letter was written by deputy head of the main department of the Ministry, Roin Enukidze. It states that "the Interior Ministry of Georgia is permanently supplied with drug tests from U.S. embassy."
"In this way the embassy is conducting illegal turnover of narcotic drugs," the lawyer said.
Khachapuridze explained that the U.S. embassy has never been given the permission of the Ministry of Healthcare for such supplies.
He added he repeatedly turned to the embassy and the then ambassador John Tefft, but received no answer.
"Now the Interior Ministry of Georgia says the information is a secret and they can make no explanations," Khachapuridze added.
He said that on behalf of the movement he intends to send letters to the U.S. President Barack Obama, to the U.S. Congress, to the UN, to the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, and to the Speaker of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze.