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Saturday, September 30, 2006

Pata Davitaya: Russian intelligence service sent Armenian spies to Georgia

APA: “Armenians’ autonomy in Georgia is out of question. We perfectly realize their aim,” Pata Davitaya, Georgian parliamentarian and UN International Academy of Information member told journalists, APA reports. He commented on the current tense relations between Georgia and Russia.

“The conflict between Georgia and Russia is not good for any country in the region. We hope to solve the problem peacefully. This is the problem of the governments but not nations,” he said.
The parliamentarian also said Russian intelligence service sent Armenian spies to Georgia.
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