Interior Ministry: Former Guantanamo prisoners to live in Georgia freely
Georgia, Tbilisi, March 24 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Three former Guantanamo prisoners taken to Georgia will live in the country freely, Georgian Interior Ministry Analytical Department head Shota Utiashvili told Trend .
He said all three were taken to Georgia yesterday morning.
"They are not dangerous criminals. They have not been detained in especially tough conditions in Guantanamo. So, we hope we will not have any problems with them," Utiashvili said.
The head of the department has not voiced the names of the former prisoners. He said they are citizens of Middle Eastern countries. The issue with their housing has already been resolved, he added.