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Austrian Foreign Minister doesn’t know about connection of Georgian migrants with opposition2010-06-24 17:11
Michael Spindelegger, Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs of Austria, has no information about connections of Georgian criminals, staying abroad, with representatives of Georgian opposition, or any coup d'état under preparation.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He announced it at the joint briefing after the meeting with his Georgian counterpart Grigol Vashadze - Georgia Times correspondent.
According to Spindelegger, in the days article on the topic appeared in Austrian press, he was in Baku, and knows nothing.
The Austrian minister promised to learn everything from the Interior Minister on return and pass the data to the Georgian side.
Yet Vashadze said the Georgian side had had this information long before, and the Austrian journalist only confirmed it.
He added in the course of his visit he met with representatives of due structures, and they only deplored the information was published before the trial.