Source Pravda.Ru

Russian border guards hand over four Georgian bandits to Georgia

On Friday, Russian border guards handed over to Georgian border guards four bandits, all Georgia's nationals, detained on June 25 when they tried to make an illegal crossing of the Russian-Georgian border, said Sergei Livantsov, head of the press-service of the North Caucasian regional department of the border service.

The intruders were detained by frontier guards of the provisional border post Kalak in the course of a search and reconnaissance mission. Those detained lacked any documents but carried arms -- three automatic rifles and a carbine with erased numbers, cold steel, ammunition, binoculars and other observation devices.

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