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Statement of the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in reaction to the comments of a spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

On 5 April 2011, Russian media sources spread comments made by Alexandre Lukashevich, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, concerning the prevention of terrorist acts in Kutaisi and the detention of suspects by the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs which took place on 31 March 2011.

Georgia has passed on to Russia its findings regarding the terrorist acts which have taken place in Georgia since the autumn of 2010.

The comments of the Russian Foreign Ministry's spokesperson indicate once again how concerned Russian officials in Moscow are regarding the fact that the terrorist acts masterminded by them have been investigated, and that Georgian law-enforcement agencies have provided substantiated proof that Russia and its special services not only sponsor terrorism but are also directly involved in planning and organizing terrorist acts on the territories of sovereign states.

Georgia has always condemned any act of terrorism and will continue to do so, and has offered Russia its co-operation in the fight against such acts - offer to which it has so far received no reply.

Tbilisi, 7 April 2011

 
 

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