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Georgia struggling against Russian espionage2010-08-19 12:49
The problem of Russian spies' activity exists in Georgia as well - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Georgian parliamentarians commented the information of Jerry Warner, the former deputy chief of MI6, saying that after fails in the USA and Europe Moscow can send own secret service people to Georgia and Ukraine.
According to Petre Tsiskarishvili, the United National Movement [ruling party of Georgia], Russia's spy activities in Georgia are not ruled out, but the party has all information about these actions, if there are any.
Giorgi Gabashvili, another MP of the same party, claimed that "there is Russia's activity in this direction, and not only in Georgia, but in the USA as well, and recent events showed it." He noted that "it's important to cope with this problem for security of Georgia, and the Georgian state is doing it."