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Ukraine renounced arms supplies to Georgia2010-10-22 11:18
Kyiv doesn't intend to supply arms to Tbilisi, announced Andriy Kluyev, the First Vice-PM of Ukraine - RBC.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We make friends with everyone, but about arms in Georgia I've heard for the first time from you. I think you're being misinformed," Kluyev said.
In June Sergei Bondarchuk, the head of Ukrspecexport [company dealing with import and export of military products] claimed all arms supplies from Ukraine to Georgia were absolutely legal.
"Don't forget the arms export is strictly regulated with domestic legislation", - he said and specified the service of export control at the cabinet must give its permission.
Previously Valeriy Konovalyuk, the chairman of parliamentary commission of Ukraine's arms supplies to Georgia stated the Prosecutor General's Office confirmed facts on financial machinations of top officials in arms trade.
According to these data, not only Ukrspecexport and Ukroboronservice officils, but also the then president of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko were involved in shadow system of arms trade.