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“Rustavi 2”: Kakha Kaladze met with Georgian crime bosses in Milan
12:08 20.06.2012
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A member of coalition “Georgian dream” Kakha Kaladze met with Georgian crime bosses in Milan. The mentioned information was reported by the TV-company “Rustavi 2”.

According to the TV-company information, the meeting one week ago in one of the most prestigious neighborhood was attended by representatives of the so-called Black World: Jemal Mikheladze, Teimuraz Nemsitsveridze and Vladimir Jibladze. 

According to the reports, Kaladze was in Milan before the rally in Ozurgeti. 

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