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Glukhov’s mother returned home after the failed attempt to meet her son2009-02-16 17:53
Mother of Akexander Glukhov, the sergeant who left his military unit in South Ossetia and is now staying in Georgia, returned to her hometown Sarapul (the Republic of Udmurtia) after the failed attempt to meet her son, RIA Novosti informs alluding to the military military registration and enlistment office of Sarapul representative.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The source shared no details of Glukhova's journey and said he hadn't seen neither her nor the military office representative, escorting her.
According to Colonel Igor Konashenkov, Aide to the Ground Troops Commander of Russia, repeated addresses of the mother to the Georgian police of Shido Kartli, had no results. The contact with the police was established to organize the meeting of Glukhova and her son in the border zone with South Ossetia or in the neutral territory.
The Colonel mentioned that the representatives of the Georgian police avoid personal contact and talk only on the phone, saying that the issue of Alexander Glukhov passed from the Interior Ministry to the Foreign Ministry of Georgia.
Let us remind that on January 27th the Interior ministry of Georgia stated that Junior Sergeant Alexander Glukhov left his military unit in South Ossetia and yielded to Georgian police. Glukhov himself announced to the Georgian mass media that he had left because of bad conditions of service and intended to live in Tbilisi.
The Ministry of Defense of Russia, in its turn, stated that according to tentative investigation, the serviceman had been seized by the Georgian special services and driven to Tbilisi, where he was exposed to moral or physical pressure.