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Bagapsh promised to fight subverters from Georgia2011-04-14 13:15
President of Abkhazia Sergey Bagapsh stated that local security agencies will soon establish complete control over Gal region of the republic.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was reported by PirWeli, Bagapsh told about two special units of the Abkhaz law-enforcement authorities that will be acting in this region from now on. According to him, it was done so as to eliminate the current drawbacks in the Georgian border control. "Smuggling and the people's movement is a complicated process but we have to put everything in order on the frontier. I did not relegate the issue to anyone; I've taken it under my personal control", - the Abkhaz president declared.
"The matter relates directly to our country's safety. We are going to arrange the frontier with a 25-meter width. Everything will be properly arranged so that the situation in the regions bordering Georgia could be taken under control", - he added.
Let us remind you that at the end of last week there was firing at the section of the Georgian-Abkhaz border in Gal region between Georgian diversionists and Russian border guards that led to the death of two subverters and a Russian officer.
A detachment of Russian border guards was out scouting the locality in an armoured carrier. There was a clash when they decided to check up an abandoned house. Border Troops Officer, Section Chief Lieutenant Colonel Kvitko died in the attack.
Two assaulters were killed by return fire. According to FSS, both of them were members of a diversion reconnaissance group of the anti-terrorist center at the Georgian MIA. They were staying in the Abkhaz territory with the purpose of "reconnaissance and, perhaps, preparation of acts of sabotage". Their identity was proven: they were former residents of Gal region Lasha Sechinava and Malkhaz Kharchilava who had been wanted.
Tbilisi denies the probability of reports on smuggling a subversive group in and accuses the Russian party of heating up tension on the boundary.