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Georgian Interior Ministry issued a video with eliminated militants2012-08-31 11:08
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia has issued a video footage depicting the dead bodies of militants, who has infiltrated into the country from Dagestan and captured hostages in Telavi region near the border with Russia, the RBC reported. The militants were eliminated by the Georgian security forces in a special operation in the gorge of Lopota.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The footage also shows the Georgian Special Forces officers, carrying dead militants from the scene of the special operation. In addition, the video shows a variety of weapons, ammunition, and documents, belonging to the militants.
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, 11 members of the armed group that had infiltrated into the country from the territory of Dagestan, including the head of the group, were eliminated. According to the MIA, all of them are Russian citizens living in the North Caucasus.
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has confirmed that the rebels would be buried according to their religious traditions.
Recall, August 29, Georgian police carried out an operation to free hostages in the gorge of Lapota near the Dagestani section of the Georgian-Russian border. A group of unidentified persons had penetrated into Georgia from Dagestan and seized three hostages. The same evening, the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Shota Khizanishvili said that all the hostages were released.