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Georgian foreign Ministry: killing a policeman is a new Russian provocation2009-01-16 16:17
Georgian Foreign Ministry accuses Russia of armed provocations, conducted from territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and resulted in Georgian policemen's deaths, Interfax informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Based on the reports of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, as a result of fire opened from the occupied territory on 16 January 2009, at 10:00 a.m., Mamuka Kakhniashvili, a policeman of Kvemo Kartli Regional Police Division was killed near the police checkpoint in the village of Knolevi, Kareli district. According to the information available to the Georgian side, the fire was shot from a sniper rifle with muffler. With this incident the death toll of Georgian policemen shot from the occupied territories within the last two months increased to eleven", claims the statement of the Ministry, issued today.
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia once again emphasizes that all responsibility for the actions carried out from the occupied territories will rest exclusively with the Russian Federation", the document states.