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Georgian Defense Ministry refutes rumors about the death of a soldier in Afghanistan2012-08-16 17:42
Georgian Defense Ministry has refuted media reports about the death of a Georgian serviceman in Afghanistan, the RIA Novosti reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In the morning, a number of newscasts on the two TV-channels contained anecdotal reports of the death of Georgian serviceman, Paul Tabagari, in Afghanistan. This information does not correspond to reality", said in a statement by the Georgian Defense Ministry.
Georgia's Defense Ministry calls on the media "not to disseminate unverified information, not to traumatize relatives of servicemen by their actions and not to mislead the society".
As was earlier reported by the Trend with reference to the newspaper "Kiziki", another Georgian soldier was killed in Afghanistan. 21-year-old Sergeant Pavle Tabagari was killed this morning.
This information was spread by the relatives of the deceased soldier. According to them, the victim was poisoned, and no injuries or damage traces were found on his body.