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Georgia demanded that Abkhazia extradite “terrorists”2011-02-01 12:45
In the course of a meeting in the context of the near-border incidents prevention and response mechanism, Georgian party demanded that Sukhum extradite two citizens allegedly suspected of arranging terrorist acts in Tbilisi, Rosbalt reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was stated by head of the Georgian delegation Shota Utiashvili, the republic's law-enforcement authorities believe that Mukhran Tskhadaya and Merab Kolbaya set up terrorist acts in Tbilisi last autumn and are currently hiding in Galsky region of Abkhazia.
However, the Abkhaz side refused to extradite its two citizens. According to head of Sukhum delegation Ruslan Kishmaria, he knows personally the people whose extradition Georgia is demanding.
"Within two last months, Abkhaz police has twice prevented the attempts of arresting Kolbaya and Tskhadaya by a group of unknown men, - he remarked. - For the first time, it happened at the end on November. Another attempt was made on January 26 and ended with a firefight between the Abkhaz police and a group of seven unknown men".
Let us remind you that on December 7 last year, Deputy Minister of Interior of Georgia Ekaterina Zguladze reported that the investigative authorities discovered the circumstances of the explosions that happened in the capital of the republic in September-November this year.
Several incidents were mentioned at a time, notably, an explosion near the U.S. Embassy on September 22 and a terrorist act near the Labour Party office on November 28.
According to representatives of the Georgian MIA, officers of the country's law-enforcement authorities detained the direct executor of these terrorist acts Gogita Arkania residing in Galsky region of Abkhazia and his five accomplices.
It was also stated that officers of the Russian Armed Forces were also involved in the arrangement of explosions. For example, Ekaterina Zguladze reported some officer of the Armed Forces of RF Eugeni Borisov who allegedly forced Arkania to execute several explosions in Tbilisi by threatening his family.