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Glukhov's mother persuades her son to return2009-02-12 11:50
Mother of Alexander Glukhov, the Russian sergeant, who left his military unit and is now staying in Georgia, hopes to meet her son in nearest days and explain him that after his return to Russia he will not be persecuted.- RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Glukhova, at the present moment she is staying in village Ergneti at the border of Georgia and South Ossetia. "I talked to high-ranking officers of the Ministry of Defense, and they assured me that Sasha will not be punished when he returns. I asked Georgian authorities to show him Russian papers and Internet to let him be convinced ", she said.
She noted that according to her son, he was given no possibility to acknowledge the messages of Russian mass media. "I hope I will see my son soon. I ask Georgian authorities to bring him and let us meet in the neutral territory. I've been visiting Ergneti for three days running, but I have failed to meet him. We talked on the phone several times. But I feel that there is someone near him, and telling him something", Glukhova said.
"I want Georgian authorities to let my son go home, to his family. It seems to me that he is scared. One day , talking on the phone, we agreed to meet, but the meeting failed. He believed me, but the next day he said he was afraid to go. I can't imagine my life without him ", she said.
Let us remind that Junior Sergeant Glukhov left his military unit in South Ossetia on January 26th 2009. According to Tbilisi version, he voluntarily yielded to Georgian police as he couldn't bear hard living conditions in the unit and his conflict with the commander of the unit. He requested the President of Georgia to let him stay in Georgia and grant him citizenship.
Russia demands the return of the serviceman.