Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug. 29/Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
The Chairman of Adjara's government Archil Habadze has promised the Muslim community that the minaret in Chela village of Adigen district of Georgia (Samtskhe-Javakheti) will be returned on Thursday.
Last night Habadze met with believers in the Batumi mosque and gave them words of encouragement from the Georgian Prime Minister. According to him, Bidzina Ivanishvili declared his support to the Muslim community expressing the hope that this question will be solved on time.
"As is known, the investigation is carried out. Those who are guilty will be punished. All efforts will be made for early completion of the expert help and return of the minaret," the chairman of Adjara's government noted.
The mosque's minaret in the Chela village was built six weeks ago. According to an official statement of the Georgian Government, last week the minaret was demonstrated to check the weight of the structure and commodity code. Afterwards the agency promised to return the minaret to its place.
Protests took place in several Georgian cities due to the dismantling of the minaret in Chela village, as well as in Chela village where 11 people were arrested.
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