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Zakayev wants to clarify the circumstances of the death of his bodyguard in Georgia2012-09-05 15:33
Former Chechen separatist emissary Akhmed Zakayev, hiding from the Russian authorities in London, announced his intention to clarify the circumstances of the death of his Georgian ex-bodyguard Dukvakha Dushuev, the News-Georgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to him, there was created a "special commission", which, together with representatives of the Georgian law enforcement, is going to find out what really had happened. "No matter if the Georgian side works with us or not, we have adequate resources to establish the truth", Zakayev said.
Recall, among those 11 militants killed during the Interior Ministry special operation near the Georgian-Russian border, there was the bodyguard of former Chechen separatist emissary Akhmed Zakayev - Dukvakha Doshuyev.
Georgian Interior Ministry reported yesterday that personality of 7 of 11 militants, killed in late August at the Russian border, was identified. Two of them - Aslan Margoshvili and Bahaudin Kavtarashvili, according to the MIA, were citizens of Georgia; the rest - the natives of the North Caucasus.
The most influential figure among them was 44-year Doshuyev. He participated in the first Chechen war, was the bodyguard of a prominent Chechen warlord Akhmed Zakayev, who is now in hiding in London. In the early 2000s, when his commander had gone abroad, Dukvakha Doshuyev was captured by federal forces, but later pardoned.