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Merabishvili caught on fake2012-12-03 14:10
On Saturday, former Prime Minister of Georgia and former Interior Minister, Secretary General of the "United National Movement" Vano Merabishvili was questioned in the Interior Ministry. The interrogation was connected to the false passport Merabishvili has allegedly presented at the border with Armenia,the NG.ru reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
During the interrogation Merabishvili did not cooperate with the investigation, evaded specific issues, and his testimony was extremely superficial and incompatible, reported in the Interior Ministry. After that the head of the press service of the department called on the former prime minister to repent.
"Merabishvili is simply lying saying that this fact (the fact that he had a passport in the name of a certain Levan Maisuradze which was confirmed by the border controller - Ed.) has not occurred. I believe that any human being, the more the former Prime Minister and former Minister of Internal Affairs, should be enough courageous to admit what has happened", current Interior Minister Irakli Garibashvili stated.
According to the Armenia Today, Georgian Interior Ministry has issued a statement saying that the investigation against the former Prime Minister of Georgia Merabishvili in connection with the attempted use of a false passport when crossing the border continues.
"He was trying to deny the incontrovertible facts, as a result of which we are continuing the investigation and are going to question again absolutely everyone involved in the case, including members of the presidential administration and former Prime inister Vano Merabishvili", said in a statement by the Foreign Ministry. Merabishvili, now Secretary General of "United National Movement", has declined to make any comments.