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A person detained in Georgia for preparation of terrorist act is from Abkhazia2012-02-14 18:50
Georgian MIA has reported the detention of person for the charges of preparation of a terrorist action. As reported by Rosbalt.ru, according to the ministry's official information, the detained is Bejan Shakaya, who has come to Georgia from Abkhazia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The report doesn't consist of the details of what exactly terrorist act Bejan Shakaya was accused and whether his detention is related to the explosive device found in the car the employee of the Embassy of Israel. The Department of Constitutional Security Interior Ministry is conducting the investigation into this incident.
Recall, on the eve, the MIA of Georgia reported about the defusing of an explosive device, found in the car of the driver of Israeli ambassador to Georgia. A similar incident took place at the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi. There the car has exploded, one person was slightly injured.
According to Civil.ge, the head of the Information and Analytical Department of the Interior Ministry Utiashvili told that the suspect was arrested on February 14 in Zugdidi.
However, he said, the target of the thwarted attack was a market town of Zugdidi. He also noted that this case has nothing common with the case of the attempt of exploding the car of the driver of Israeli Embassy in Tbilisi.
Utiashvili said that the thwarted terrorist attack in Zugdidi was similar to the attempts that had been planned by the Russian military intelligence officers located the separatist regions.
Last summer, the Georgian Interior Ministry reported about prevention of two attempts of terrorist attacks, one of which was presumably designed in Abkhazia by the Russian security officer, and the second - by another Russian officer in South Ossetia.