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Georgian priest fled to South Ossetia2010-06-24 13:51
According to South Ossetian side, in their territory is staying a priest who fled from Georgia 2 days ago and asked for political asylum - Res.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The priest claims his family, wife and four children were detained by Georgian police.
Several days ago the pro-opposition Georgian People's Party said that David Davitashvili, the Armed Forces veteran, was asking for political asylum.
Veteran and his family are threatened with eviction - though it contradicts the law, since they weren't offered alternative dwelling.
Davitashvili is the veteran of all Georgia's conflicts from 1991 to 2008, even serves as a peacemaker in Iraq in 2006. He turned to the authorities for solution of his problem, but always in vain.