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Saakashvili's dissatisfied with release of "Russian spies"2013-01-14 12:34
Amnesty of the Russian spies is a problem for the country's security, the president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili believes.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yesterday, Saakashvili made a statement to reporters saying that the Georgian authorities have made "not a step inherent in a self-respecting country", the Vestnik Kavkaza reported. According to him, they have pardoned the spies whose guilt had been proven, and there was no doubt.
As recalled by the Ridus, the large-scale amnesty of prisoners began on Sunday morning in Georgia. Nearly two hundred people convicted on petty articles were released on the Old New Year.
In total, the authorities have released 190 people. Most of them were convicted for political reasons. They have released so-called "network of Russian spies" - Ruben Shikoyan, Tariel Abashidze, Gela Kakabadze and Vyacheslav Pluzhnikov.