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Corporal Vladimer Khvedelidze died during the anti-terrorist operation
17:14 29.08.2012
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Today, during an anti-terrorist operation carried out at the Dagestan section close to the Georgia-Russian border, Corporal Vladimer Khvedelidze (22.02.1978) has been killed.
The mentioned information is spread by the Ministry of Defence of Georgia. The Ministry extends its deepest condolences over the death of the military serviceman and expresses sympathy to his family. Corporal Vladimer Khvedelidze served as a doctor in the Special Operations Forces.
Ministry of Defence will cover the Corporal `s funeral expenses.
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