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Georgian National Security Council Secretary: terrorist act against high-ranking officials occurred2008-11-24 12:55
Alexander Lomaya, the Secretary of Georgian National Security Council, qualified the Sunday incident near Akhalgory region as a terrorist act against high-ranking state officials, Nasha Abkhazia (Our Abkhazia) informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind, that Lech Kaczynski, the President of Poland, on Sunday arrived in Georgia to participate in celebration of the fifth anniversary of the "Rose Revolution". Right from the airport Kaczynski came to a camp of refugees who suffered during armed conflict in August 2008. At about 5 p.m. (local time), when the motorcade was near the entrance to the Akhalgori region (under control of Russian and South Ossetian forces), shots were heard. Mikhail Saakashvili and Lech Kaczynski sat in one car. No one was injured. Later Kaczynski himself stated that there was no real threat.
According to Alexander Lomaya, "Russian occupation troops created a threat to lives of both our leader and the leader of the EU and NATO member country. This incident will be investigated at the highest European levels ".
At the same time, South Ossetian administration disclaimed the statement of the firing near Akhalgory region on Sunday evening. Russian special services claimed the news of a "terrorist act" against Georgian and Polish Presidents as one more badly planned provocation from the side of Georgian administration.