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Mines found in Mikhail Saakashvili’s residence2008-10-27 11:49
Yesterday the Georgian authorities declared to defuse the mines found in Mikhail Saakashvili's residence. As Shota Utiashvili, the Head of the Informational and Analyical Department of the Ministry of the Internal Affairs of Georgia declared, two antitank mines were found in the residence situated near Zugdidi (West Georgia), not so far from Abkhasian border - informs Kommersant.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It's important to notice that it's one of the best-loved residences of the President. He often has rest there, especially in spring and summer. Utiashvili underlined that it's not clear whether the mines were brought to the residence deliberately or left by the Russian forces that had occupied Zugdidi.
It is widely known that in August Russian forces entered Zugdidi from Abkhasia and occupied many governmental buildings, including the residence of the President. The explosive device had no clockwork and, as Utiashvili supposes,these mines were merely left by Russian troops, for they brought lots of weapons, including mines, in all administrative buildings they occupied in August.