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Georgians are afraid of threat from Russia – survey2010-04-12 17:51
Georgians are afraid the terrorist attacks in Moscow can serve a cause for "Russian aggression", the survey by Kviris Palitra [Georgian weekly] revealed - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
49 per cent pointed at the possibility of such course of events. 25.5 per cent don't believe in it, and another 25.5 per cent found difficulty answering.
Previously Nikolai Patrushev, the Security Council of Russia Secretary, said the "Georgian trace" can appear in the investigation of attacks in Moscow metro. He added he had information some employees of Georgian special services support contacts with terrorist organisations.
Official Tbilisi cannot rule out the terrorist attacks can be used by the Russian side as a cause for "aggression against Georgia". This suggestion was uttered by Giga Bokeria, the first Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia.