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Georgian MIA happy for Jopua2010-11-16 15:16
Head of information and analytical department of Georgian Interior Ministry Shota Utiashvili commented upon the situation with the citizen of Abkhazia Garry Jopua, of whose abduction the republican authorities accused Georgian special services.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind you that Garry Jopua disappeared at the beginning of October somewhere near the Abkhaz-Georgian border. In a month, he was found unconscious near one of the Russian border outposts at the frontier between Georgia and Abkhazia. Presently, Jopua is treated at a hospital. It is noted that the abductors could have used psychotropic substances.
As was stated by Utiashvili, Georgian side is happy that Jopua has come to his senses and is able to give testimony. We are going to raise the issue at the meeting in Gal on November 25 so as to make out what has really happened", - Georgian MIA official is cited by Kavkazsky Uzel.
Besides, Utiashvili refuted the statements of the Abkhaz authorities accusing Georgian special forces of abducting Jopua. "I've got no official data on Garry Jopua's detention by Georgian MIA. According to the Georgian law, crossing the administrative frontier between Abkhazia and Samegrelo by people of Abkhazia and the rest of Georgia is no breach. If a person has committed no breaches, no one has the right to detain him. We've got no information that Garry Jopua broke the law", - Shota Utiashvili added.