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Turkey has not yet applied to Georgia on a murder in Istanbul2011-04-18 17:15
There have been no appeals to the Georgian party from Turkey so far on a case of three citizens of Georgia suspected of a murder in an Istanbul hotel. This was reported by Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze in an interview to the journalists.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Turkish party has not yet appealed to the Georgian government on the case. The decision is up to the Turkish party. If they do not take it, we won't additionally force the matter", - Kalandadze stated. "When it is proven that the suspects are citizens of Georgia, official Tbilisi will see to the maximum protection of the rights of the accused", - she added.
Let us remind you that this March 13, Turkish law-enforcement authorities discovered the bodies of a man and a woman in one of the rooms of Bahara Hotel in Istanbul. As the local law-enforcement officers found out, the killed woman was a citizen of Georgia Rosa Ismailova.
According to the Turkish media, the woman had close relationship with the hotel administrator. There is also information that the administrator had a conflict with three citizens of Georgia who also worked in one of the Istanbul hotels. These three people were noticed when coming out of the Bahara.
In the opinion of the investigation, they are implicated in the murder of the man and the woman. Later on, these three people were put on a wanted list. According to the Turkish investigators, the murders are the natives of Samtskhe-Javakhetia region.