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MIA States “Occult Minerals and Literature” Was Returned to Ivanishvili

25.10.2011

Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia responded to the statement of Ivanishvili’s press-center concerning the detention of Valeri Levin – representative of the Moscow office of the Georgian oppositionist tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili.

The statement of the Georgian MIA:

“In reply to the statement of Bidzina Ivanishvili’s press-center, the Minister of Interior states that on October 22, strange minerals and printed materials were discovered on the citizen of Russian Federation Valeri Levin when he crossed the Georgian border. Levin stated the minerals and literature and occultist purpose and were used for prophecy. The minerals were sent for expertise which proved that the minerals were not dangerous for human health. Relatively, the occultist minerals and literature were returned to Bidzina Ivanishvili,” statement of the MIA.

News Agency “Pirveli”

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