Extradition to Russia who fought in the Donbass citizen of Georgia Gia Tsertsvadze could adversely affect the state interests of Georgia. About the Prosecutor General’s office reported that the Georgian side, reported the press service of the Ministry.

As noted in the GPU, Tsertsvadze cancelled temporary arrest on their behalf.

“According to the Georgian side it is established that the person had been directly involved in cases important to the security and territorial integrity of Georgia, and his extradition to the Russian Federation could adversely affect the state interests of Georgia”, – stated in the message.

In addition, according to the GPU, have confirmed their participation Tsertsvadze during 2014-2015 in the fighting on the side of the APU during the antiterrorist operation in the East of Ukraine.

According to the citizen of Georgia, he also took part in the fighting during the Russian aggression against Georgia in 2008.

January 15 in Kyiv Zhuliany airport was detained a citizen of Georgia Gia Tsertsvadze, who fought on the side of ATO forces in the Donbass. The man was wanted by Interpol on Russia’s request.

Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko declared that international conventions give Ukraine grounds to refuse Russia’s extradition Tsertsvadze.

Yesterday Tsertsvadze was cancelled temporary arrest.




Extradition Tsertsvadze in Russia could hit the interests of Georgia 27.01.2017

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