Source Pravda.Ru

Georgian General Prosecutor's office asks Russia for help

Georgian General Prosecutor's Office sent an official letter to the RussianGeneral Prosecutor with a request to provide assistance in investigatingthe bombings of the Pankisi gorge, the Georgian Prosecutor's officereported to RosBusinessConsulting. As a result of the bombings of tworegions of Georgia that took place on August 23 and were allegedly executedby Russia, one person died and five people were wounded. The GeorgianGeneral Prosecutor's Office asked Russia to provide aid in establishing theairport, from which the airplanes had taken off, the flight control centerand the names of the pilots. .

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