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Internal Affairs Ministry spreads statement regarding the death of the officer
09:54 06.08.2012
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Internal Affairs Ministry spreads statement regarding the death of the officer of Border Police Department.

As it is said in the statement, the officer of Border Police Department, sergeant Zaza Kapanadze died at the age of 31. He felt ill during the line of duty as a result of which he was transferred to the hospital.

According to preliminary information received from medics the death was caused by heart failure.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs would like to express its regret regarding the above mentioned fact and deepest condolences to the family of the deceased.

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