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Akhalaia has returned in Georgia2012-11-06 14:06
Former Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Bacho Akhalaia announced that he has returned to the country and was ready to answer all questions related to his activities, the RIA Novosti reported. He stated this in his letter, released Monday on his page on the social network Facebook.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I want to publicly state that I left the country temporarily. I want to appeal to the people of Georgia - I take responsibility for my every action and every step. I have returned to Georgia and I am ready to answer all questions in case of an investigation by the relevant authorities", Akhalaia stated.
However, he said that he had left Georgia after the election in order not to be accused of obstructing the transfer of power to the new leadership of the country.
Recall, earlier it was reported that former Georgian Defense Minister Dmitri Shashkin, who has left the country after the parliamentary election on October 1, accounted his departure from the country to the U.S. for the fear for the life and health of his daughter.
"My youngest, 8-year-old daughter was physically insulted in front of the house. Despite the fact that I have bodyguards, and I am not a weak person, I realize that a pretty simple question may arise: either I shoot at anyone or someone shoots at my family. That's why I made this decision", Shashkin, who currently lives with his family in Maryland, said.