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Interior Ministry of Georgia told about Russian spies2010-11-05 15:08
Interior Ministry of Georgia published a list of people, detained past week over accusations of spy activities for Russia. 13 were detained, out of them 4 are citizens of Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Citizens of Georgia:
Bakur Kiguradze, the founder of the Institute of Globalisation;
Vyacheslav Kluzhnikov, the businessman,
Gabriel Ustalishvili, David Meskhidze, Gela Kakabadze, Gocha Diasamadze, Tariel Abashidze - the pilots of the Armed Forces of Georgia;
Ruslan Galogre, the businessman;
Eduard Abdullayev, the sailor and specialist in radio communications.
Citizens of Russia:
Armen Gevorkyan, the director general of the Seibolt company, Georgain subsidiary;
Ruben Hikoyan, the deputy director general of the Georgian subsidiary of Seibolt;
Petre Devrishadze, the businessman;
Yury Skripnikov, the assumed liason.
It's noted the "net of spies" was found with the help of the planted ex-officer of Soviet army. The counter-espionage department the agent was given special gadget and software for cyphering - the VZGLYAD. In the course of Enver operation 15 were arrested, 2 released after procedural agreement.
Past week it was said that 20 were accused of spying for Russia. It was noted they were trying to get information about purchases of the Interior Ministry and the Ministry of Defense, as well as personal data of some high ranks. They were also suspected of attempts to expand the net.