Georgian Interior Ministry denies accusations of Russian FSS
Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct. 13 / Trend , N.Kirtzkhalia/
Georgian Interior Ministry refutes accusations of the Directors of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSS), Alexander Bortnikov that the Georgian special services are helping emissaries of al-Qaeda to send terrorists to Chechenya and deliver weapons to Dagestan. "This message is a complete falsehood and misinformation," Head of the Georgian Interior Ministry Administration, Shota Khizanishvili said to Trend .
Bortnikov announced the accusations against Georgia today at a meeting of the National Anti-Terrorist Committee (NAC), haired by him.
"The Georgian security forces are loyal to international standards and do not cooperate with terrorists," he said.
Meanwhile, Vice-Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, Paata Davitaia believes that such statements by the FSS seniors aimed at provocation.
"Such accusations were made a week ago, which again confirms that Russia is prepared to provocations and we need to be alert," Davitaia said to Trend .
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