Georgia accused Russia of trying to blow up a NATO office in Tbilisi
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia once again accused Russia of trying to organize a terrorist act in the country.
As the "PirWeli" reported, according to the Interior Ministry, the law enforcement officers have detained a certain Badri Gogiashvili, who was allegedly recruited by the representatives of the Russian security services. According to this information, Gogiashvili was to put a bomb near the diplomatic mission of any country or international organization based in Tbilisi.
It is noted that the first aim of Gogiashvili must be the NATO office in the Georgian capital. For this crime he could have received the award in 2000 dollars.
The investigation into this incident continues.
Recall, that earlier, referring to the press-service of MIA, mass media reported about the detention of two residents of the Gali district, who were also accused of preparing terrorist attack on the instigation of the Russian security services.
"Employees of the department stopped the attempt of another terrorist attack. In Samegrelo there were detained two persons, residents of the Gali district, Alexander Chkhetiya and Tamil Beniya" - said the representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
According to him, the detainees were seized explosive. They later admitted that they were ordered to attack by the Russian secret service. Georgian Interior Ministry even called them names, it's Igor Vlasov and Sergey Kuzmin.