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Counter Intelligence Detains Members of Azeri National Assembly Living in Georgia

10.08.2006

Counter Intelligence Detains Members of Azeri National Assembly Living in Georgia

Tbilisi. 08.08.06. Media news. As demonstrated by Russian News Agencies today Georgian Interior Ministry Counter Intelligence Department officials have detained members of Azeri National Assembly living in Georgia and confiscated 300 issues of newspaper ‘The Khumeti’. The aforementioned newspaper is published in Azerbaijan.  

According to Muradkhanli, chief of Assembly Information Centre, Assembly members Tair Gurbanov, Ismail Gurbanov and Zaphar Gabilov are detained. They are taken to Marneuli Interior Ministry department.

As Muradkhanli informs Counter Intelligence Department officials detained Azeri people  in Meidani Square, Tbilis while they were distributing newspaper ‘The Khumeti’ free there.

Dashgin Giulmamedov, President of Azerbaijan National Assembly, defines that Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili was criticized in the newspaper ‘The Khumeti’, who violates the rights of Azeri people living in Georgia, Giulmamedov considers.

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