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Ukrainian court found selling missiles to Georgia legal2010-12-29 12:43
Ukraine's General Prosecutor's Office lost the case on selling missiles to Georgia, Ukrainian media report.
General Prosecutor's Office tried to prove that the missiles sold to Georgia by Ukraine were illegally bought from the Parallax Russian-Ukrainian firm. This is the second victory of the military over the prosecutor's office. Let us remind you that in September 2010, the Parallax firm proved in court that it sold the Ukroboronservice missiles legally.
According to the periodical, court proceeding between the General Prosecutor's Office and the Ukroboronservice and Parallax companies goes on in the context of the investigation held by the General Prosecutor's Office. Security officials are investigating the legality of the military equipment and ammunition supplies by Ukrainian party to the Georgian armed forces in 2005.
The State Legal Directorate asserts that Ukroboronservice state company specializing in export supplies of special goods, including military goods, has purchased missiles from Parallax that were meant only for Georgia. In the opinion of the administration, the transaction was illegal, for Parallax had no license for selling both ammunition and military equipment.