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Glukhov’s mother left for Georgia2009-02-09 16:34
Mother of Alexander Glukhov, the Russian Junior Sergeant, who had left his unit and is currently staying in Georgia, left for Tbilisi to meet her son, said today her husband, Mikhail - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Mikhail, he knows no details as he cannot get in touch with her.
Military registration and enlistment office of the republic of Udmurtia and town of Sarapul neither confirmed nor disclaimed the message of Glukhova's journey to Georgia. The administration of the President of Udmurtia stated that she hadn't turned to them for financial assistance.
Previously the President of Udmurtia's spokesman, Denis Loginov, said that the regional authorities were ready to render assistance and pay the transportation expenses of the sergeant's mother.
Let us remind that on January 27th the Interior Ministry of Georgia stated that sergeant Glukhov supposedly left his military unit in South Ossetia and yielded to Georgian police. Glukhov himself announced to Georgian mass media that he left because of bad conditions of service and intended to live in Tbilisi for a while.
The Ministrry of Defense of Russia, in its turn stated that, according to tentative investigation, Glukhov was seized by Georgian special services and driven to Tbilisi, where moral and physical pressure was exerted on him.