Death of Georgian Opposition Leader Relates with ‘Implementation of Someone’s Interests’: Russian MP
Russia, Moscow, 13 February /corr. Trend R.Agayev / The death of well-known Georgian opposition leader Badri Patarkashvili may be linked with the 'implementation of someone's interests,' said the member of Russian Parliament, Vladimir Kolesnikov.
Well-known Georgian opposition leader, businessman and former candidate for presidency in Georgia, Badri Patarkashvili, whom Georgian government accused of coup detat, died on 13 February at his home in London. According to the initial in formation, he died as a result of the heart seizure.
"The tragedy makes a big interest for me as the former Deputy Prosecutor General," said the Deputy Chairman of Russian Parliament's Committee for CIS countries, Kolesnikov to Trend while answering to the question of Trend Special Correspondent.
Kolesnikov remembered that Patarkashvili spoke of attempt at his life by the special service of Georgia. Kolesnikov said that this death may not be a natural one.
The news from London was one of the key topics discussed in the Russian Parliament, on 13 February.