Georgia's former interior minister rejects involvement with Russian intelligence
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 29 / Trend , N. Kirtskhalia/
Former Interior Minister Kakha Targamadze says that the opposition leader Levan Gachechiladze will face danger till autumn and that he told Gachechiladze about it during a meeting in Berlin. Targamadze said in his televised speech at first channel that they have gained interest to information which opposition leaders do not made public for obvious reasons.
Tagramadze said "certain acts can be committed against Levan Gachechiladze" till autumn.
Tagramadze said once at a meeting with Badri Patarkatsishvili in Israel he said that there was a danger to Zurab Zhvaniya.
Targamadze vigorously rejected cooperation with the Russian intelligence and stated that he did not take any steps against his country.
The former minister also spoke of an attempt to provoke war in the Caucasus during his office. "After kidnap of people, who did not have a cent of in the Pankisi ravine, I have suspicions and we conducted a special investigation, which verified that the planned collision between the Interior Ministry forces and the Chechen. This was the scope of major figures," Targamadze said. He said the then parliament decided that the Interior Ministry will enter Pankissi and conduct an operation where Targamadze said there necessarily would be the first shot and Georgia would be involved in the "big Caucasian war," he said.
Targamadze accused the former prime minister and then chairman of Parliament Zurab Zhvania, who "did not even allow the idea that I would be able to restore the integrity of Georgia that were under the force."
Kakha Targamadze said it was scheduled to open border and release Chechen militants, to whom the Ministry of Justice headed by Mikhail Saakashvili gave refugee status which caused a serious confrontation between the Ministries of Justice and Internal Affairs.
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