Gela Bezhuashvili was summoned to the General Prosecutor's Office for questioning in connection with the case of Davit Gareji

01.12.20 12:55

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gela Bezhuashvili, has been summoned to the General Prosecutor's Office for questioning.


As InterpressNews was informed by the Prosecutor General's Office, Bezhuashvili will visit the Office at 13:00.


Gela Bezhuashvili will testify as part of the ongoing investigation into Davit Gareji.


For the record, the General Prosecutor's Office of Georgia, in cooperation with the State Security Service, detained Iveri Melashvili, Head of the Border Relations Service of the Neighborhood Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, and Natalia Ilychova, Chief Inspector of the Land Border Protection Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.


According to the Prosecutor's Office, the forensic report found that the defendants, in the delimitation process, were using the boundary lines drawn on maps issued in 1970-80, which is essentially contrary to the historical border of Georgia, including in relation to David Gareji.




source: IPN 


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