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Spy scandal harms Georgia itself - expert2010-11-05 18:01
Irakli Sesiashvili, the Georgian expert, claimed that Interior Ministry's announcement about arrest of a group of people, performing spy activities for Russia, will harm, in the first line, Georgia's Armed Forces.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Today the Ministry published the list of the detained. Five of the accused are Georgia military pilots.
"This fact damages the image of our Armed Forces, where spies served. Besides, we lost valuable personnel, as all around the world a military pilot is the most expensive specialis, and training of military pilots costs countries millions," Sesiashvili said - REGNUM.
He noted that information about the "scandal" the Ministry provides, can't witness strength or weakness of intelligence of the involved countries.
Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, Grigory Karasin, has already called the incident a "political farce."