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Irakli Batiashvili, Former Security Minister Interrogated in the Security Ministry

28.12.2004

Irakli Batiashvili, Former Security Minister Interrogated in the Security Ministry

Tbilisi.Media News. Irakli Batiashvili, Former Security Minister of Georgia was interrogated in the investigative department of the Security Ministry on December 27.

Batiashvili considers this fact as his political persecution and declares that Security Ministry has been watching him for a long time already.

He said that the reason of his interrogation was a provocative statement of one young man which he was made to write in the Defense and Security Committee of Parliament by people of Givi Targamadze, Chairman of the Committee and Davit Kirkitadze, Deputy Chairman. Then it was sent to Security Ministry for further reaction.

According to Batiashvili, it is said in the statement that he was intimidating the author of the statement and was exercising pressure on him.

Former Security Minister does not deny that he really had a talk on political issues with the young man in a restaurant, though from his side there was no attempt to intimidate him.

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