Georgian troops moved to the rebel military base

In the direction of a military base in Muhrovani, situated at a distance of about 30 kilometers from Tbilisi, began to put forward troops, Interfax reports with reference to the witnesses.
In addition to armor and armored vehicles swept towards Muhrovani helicopter gunships.
The morning of May 5, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia announced that attempts to prevent a military coup, which allegedly sponsored by Moscow, and the arrest of several high-ranking conspirators.
At the same time, the Defense Ministry said on insubordination Tbilisi commanders Muhrovanskoy military base, where special forces and deployed armored battalion.
According to Defense Minister David Sikharulidze, the rebels had not yet put forward any demands, they negotiated.

5 May 2009 | base, georgia, insubordination, rebellion

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