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Parliament of Georgia indignant about statement of the Russian Security Council2010-03-31 12:10
Guram Chakhvadze, a Georgian MP, one of the leaders of pro-opposition national-Democratci Party, called the statement of Nikolai Patrushev, the chairman of the Russian Security Council, on possible participation of Georgia's being involved in terrorist acts in Moscow, provocative and disgracing.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It's disgraceful that, proceeding from the post of Patrushev, this is in fact an official position of the Kremlin."
In the view of Chakhvadze, all the Georgian political range must duly respond to that statement.
Yesterday Nikolai Patrushev announced that in investigation of terrorist attacks in Moscow metro a "Georgian trace" can appear. He highlighted the investigation possesses information that some employees of Georgian special services support contacts with terrorist organizations. At the same time, he mentioned all versions, including the one on terrorists from North Caucasus, are being considered.
Patrushev also reminded that the Georgian leader behaves in an unpredictable manner and once has already unleashed a war.