1 October 2001 TBILISI, 28 September (Sarke)–Kakha Sikharulidze, a representative of the Georgian Foreign Ministry, commented on Russia’s allegations on the presence of Chechen terrorists and training camps in Georgia. Sikharulidze said that Georgia cannot stop Chechens crossing the Russian-Georgian border and needing medical support or treatment. However, Sikharulidze stressed that Georgian authorities do not […]

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