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MIA denies detention of “Georgian Dream” activists in Ozurgeti
15:25 01.10.2012
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The Ministry of Internal Affairs denies the information aired by the media about the alleged detention of Georgian Dream activists Mr. Nugzar Mikeladze and Mr. Vakhtang Gujabidze.

Regarding this the Ministry releases a statement: “Nugzar Mikeladze, driving a Mercedes, and Vakhtang Gujabidze, driving a BMW, ignored a legitimate request from police vehicle to allow them to pass. They were pulled over and fined for non-compliance.

The police issued tickets to the drivers and the vehicles were impounded”, - is said in the statement of the Ministry.

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