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Saakashvili believes Georgia avoided large-scale terrorist acts2010-12-07 16:23
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili thanked law-enforcement authorities for disclosing a number of terroristic acts carried out in the country this autumn, Novosti-Georgia reports. He called upon MIA not to stop at what is already achieved.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Judging by the confiscated materials and according to a preliminary version to be confirmed by the court, we managed to avoid very serious terrorist acts that had been prepared; there were relevant instructions and explosive materials ready for them", - the president said.
Saakashvili jumped at the chance of supposing that the acts had been prepared according to the "instructions received from the occupied territory".
"I would like to thank the law-enforcement agencies and police for the efficient work and I would like them to take more dynamic actions", - Saakashvili summed up.
As was reported earlier, Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Ekaterina Zguladze said that the country's investigative authorities disclosed the consequences of the explosions that happened in the capital of the republic this September-November.
According to the representative of the Georgian MIA, the law-enforcement officers arrested the executor of the terrorist acts Gogita Arkania living in Galski region of Abkhazia and his five associates.
Besides, it is stated that Russian armed forces officers are also responsible for the explosions. For instance, Ekaterina Zguladze reported an officer of Armed Forces of RF Eugeni Borisov, who allegedly forced Arkania to make several explosions in Tbilisi by way of threatening his family.