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Sokhumi disclaimed messages of firing Georgian territory by Abkhaz servicemen2009-01-23 18:47
Abkhazia disclaims its participation in firing Georgian territory stated Lourens Kogonia, the police chief of Gali district - Interfax.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Shooting was heard on the Georgian side of the Inguri river, but Abkhaz servicemen have no relation to the incident," Kogonia said. "The situation on our territory is calm, and no incidents have been recorded over the past two days," he added.
Previously Georgian mass media stated that a car was fired at Inguri bridge, at the administrative border of Georgia and Abkhazia. The owner of the car, a local called Gocha Arkania, was wounded.
According to Imedi TV company, the incident occurred when Arkania was in the car, in Georgia-controlled part of the bridge.
He was waiting for his wife and children, coming from Chuburkhindzhi. According to Imedi, Abkhaz servicemen didn't let them go in Zugdidi (administrative centre in the Western part of Georgia) and later started fire on this and other cars.