Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not allow Georgian photographer to work in the Ministry
Georgian photographer George Abdaladze, who was accused of spying for Russia, will not be able to return to work in the Foreign Ministry after the "case of photographers" will be finished.
According to news agency REGNUM, Deputy minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Nino Kalandadze announced this information. She stressed that this department's position is associated with the prohibition working in Ministry for persons with previous convictions.
She also said that the Foreign Ministry intends to strengthen the country's policies and safety standards in connection with the notorious so-called "case of photographers" in Georgia.
"Standards of safety will the revised and we'll search for deficiencies which has caused this situation" - she said.
Kalandadze also categorically denied information that soon some agency's employees, responsible for providing information to one of the "photographers-spies, could be arrested" - Gia Abdaladze said.
"I can not confirm information that we will accuse somebody in connection to this case. At this stage the responsibility of nobody was allocated, but safety standards will be revised" - Kalandadze said.
Earlier Abdaladze, accused of spying for Russia, finished his professional reporter career.
According to VZGLYAD, in an interview with "Kviris Palitra" Abdaladze has noted that after shocks he passed he's unlikely to be able now to work at various political events, either press conferences or rallies. "I can shoot birthdays or wedding" - he added.