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Citizen of Georgia trialed for child care2011-02-03 18:16
A criminal case of a 22-year-old citizen of the Republic of Georgia Gulnara Guseynova has been sent to Oktyabrsky regional court of the capital of the Republic of Udmurtia. She is accused of illegal crossing of RF boundary, the media reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to representatives of the Udmurtian Prosecutor's Office, the woman left Georgia in hope of getting proper medical assistance in child-bearing. She flew to Minks from the village of Munaglo where Gulnara Guseynova lived and then entered Russian territory with no documents on 13 February 2010 and soon got to Izhevsk where she safely gave birth to her daughter in one of the maternity homes.
Udmurtian Prosecutor's Office explains that the diplomatic interests of the Russian Federation in Georgia are currently presented by the Embassy of the Republic of Switzerland, where citizens of Georgia should apply for a visa or a permission to enter the territory of Russia.