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Georgian MFA expects nothing of Malaysian court2010-12-13 17:54
Georgian MFA does not expect much of the court process over a Georgian citizen in Malaysia, Novosti-Georgia reports. This was stated by Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze at the briefing on Monday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind you that today a trial is to be held over the citizen of Georgia Daredzhan Kokhtashvili arrested in Malaysia and accused of one of the gravest crimes in Malaysian Criminal Code. Kokhtashvili is suspected of drug trafficking and, according to the country law, is to be executed by hanging.
However, Georgia does not expect any definite decisions of today's court session. According to Kalandadze, "the consideration of Daredzhan Kokhtashvili's case is to be started on submitting a chemical expertise statement", which will require three months at least.
It will be recalled that the 26-year-old Babutsa Gorgodze and the 37-year-old Daredzhan Kokhtashvili registered in Tbilisi were arrested in the airport of Malaysia on suspicion of drug trafficking.