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Targamadze returns to Georgia in the near future2013-05-08 16:11
Georgian politician Givi Targamadze, who is accused of preparing the riots on Bolotnaya Square in Russia, is going to return home in the near future, the News-Georgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"These days, I will return to the homeland by the closest flight. I'm very happy about that. I want, in general, to apologize to the Georgian society that for the past 9 years I often had to leave the homeland. Now I am ready to devote all my time to settle internal problems in Georgia," Targamadze said.
On the eve, Givi Targamadze stressed that he could return home since the Interpol has withdrawn from its database Russia's request for the arrest and search.
Meanwhile, according to the VZGLYAD, Lithuanian Prosecutor General's Office, having examined the documents of the Russian colleagues, decided that in accordance with Lithuanian laws charges against Targamadze do not provide for accountability. This decision was confirmed by the Vilnius District Court.