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Azeri border police officers have occupied Georgian monastery2012-05-14 13:53
As reported by the GHN, referring to the movement "Iveriytsy", Azerbaijani border police officers have occupied Georgian monastery complex "David Gareji".gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We have learned that Azerbaijani border police officers had deployed in David Gareji, the monastery of Udabno. According to the clergymen, members of the monastery can enter the complex, but tourists are not allowed. Representatives of the monastery appealed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, but they still have no answer. Movement "Iveriytsy" believes that our border police officers should stay at neutral territory, so that tourists could have acces to the monastery", the edition quoted its sources.
"If Georgian authorities don't response in time, then the "Iveriytsy" starts rallies with the demand to protect Georgian territory, in order not to lose part of Georgia once again", the organization added.