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Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia controverts the message on Georgia firing Russian frontier post.2008-10-27 17:32
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia controverts the message on Georgia firing a Russian post in Chuburkhingy (Gal's region of Abkhasia). "Such confirmations are absolutely plotless, - said Shota Utiashvili, the Head of the Informative and Analytic Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia. - Actually, on October,26th , in the evening, the fire at Georgian police post situated in Ruhi (Zugdid region, a settlement near Gal's region) started from Chuburhingy", - as Utiashvili said to ITAR-TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He also claimed that "Georgian police started no backfire to Chuburhingy and informed the representatives of the EU mission, monitoring the Zugdid region, on the firing of Ruhi".
The day before in Sukhumi the Security Office of Abkhasia claimed that the post of Russian soldiers was fired from Ruhi, Zugdid region. "Russian forces backfired, the skirmish lasted about 7 minutes, no dead or wounded Russian soldiers", - said the representative of the Security Office of Abkhasia.