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MIA: investigation on the French National Gendarmerie materials is continued
00:57 26.09.2012
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According to the information of the Internal Affairs Ministry, on the basis of materials provided by The National Gendarmerie of France to 
Georgian law enforcement officials an investigation was launched according to the Criminal Code of Georgia.  
Regarding the fact the first interrogation of Giorgi Khaindrava has been held by the law enforcement bodies today.
The Main Prosecution Office and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia are continuing the investigation concerning the above mentioned materials. The following interrogation process of Giorgi Khaindrava will take place on September 27.
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