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Russian authorities to send a request to Georgia on Targamadze's arrest2013-03-05 14:27
In the near future the Russian authorities are going to send a request to Georgia on the detention of the politician Givi Targamadze accused of preparing the riots in Russia, the Interfax reported referring to a source familiar with the situation.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"As soon as the Interpol officially identifies the location of the Georgian politician and informs the Prosecutor General of Russia an official request for his arrest will be sent to Tbilisi", said the source.
In accordance with international law, the Georgian authorities will be required to detain Targamadze, who is in the international wanted list, and then to consider a request for his extradition.
Recall, the link between Targamadze and Udaltsov was confirmed by mudslinging war. Preparing material on the results of parliamentary election in Georgia and political technology of mudslinging wars between Mikheil Saakashvili and Bidzina Ivanishvili the correspondents of the GeorgiaTimes have stumbled on audio of "eavesdropping" of telephone conversations of the known Georgian politicians and businessmen. These recordings have already led to the pre-election scandal in Georgia - according to the media, "Ivanishvili was accused of eavesdropping of telephone conversations of his associates".