Georgian Defense Ministry accused of selling missiles to Iran Ukrainian

Conservative Party leader and candidate for mayor of Tbilisi from the “National Council” Zviad Dzidziguri accuses the Ministry of Defence of Georgia in the sale to Iran of operational missiles, purchased by the Georgian side a few years ago in Ukraine, - wrote on Friday May 21 the Georgian newspaper “Resonance” with reference to the policy .

As stated Dzidziguri in an interview, the information it distributes, based on the information “one of the security personnel. Dzidziguri also noted that the topic linked departure from Georgia of the former Defence Minister David Kezerashvili (held this post from November 10, 2006 to December 2008. According to the newspaper “Resonance”, published at the end of March 2010, Kezerashvili moved permanently in Israel).

“The security I have provided information that two or three years ago in Ukraine, bought and then sold missiles to Iran. This was learned the U.S. and related services today at the Ministry of Defence of Georgia is serious revision. Therefore, and fled, David Kezerashvili, and grew serious scandal “- Dzidziguri said in an interview.

The politician does not exclude that the same issue was linked the recent visit of the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Robert Mueller dollars to Georgia (May 6-7).

“According to my information, it is connected with this visit by the head of the FBI in Georgia. I have no documentary mother on the subject, but I’m talking about the kind of information I received from the formal structure. Of course, anonymous, but this wave of information”, - noted Dzidziguri.

21 May 2010 | missiles, sale

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