Armenian Georgian Prosecutor Generals Discuss Cooperation

–Desecration of Armenian churches in Georgia to be examined

YEREVAN (Yerkir)–Georgia’s prosecutor general Zurab Adeiashvili said the facts about the desecration of Armenian churches and sanctuaries in Georgia will be adequately examined. During a news conference held jointly with Armenian Prosecutor General Aghvan Hovsepian–Adeiashvili announced that one such criminal case has already been launched.

Hovsepian also said that Armenian law-enforcement officers face serious problems when investigating cases stolen cars–usually brought to Armenia from Georgia. He said investigations have revealed that this "business" is run mainly by residents of Georgia’s breakaway region of South Ossetia.

Praising his Georgian counterparts for their assistance in tracking down and apprehending Armenian criminals who flee to Georgia–Hovsepian said Armenian investigators dispatched to Georgia are given enormous support by their Georgian colleagues.

Adeiashvili and his delegation arrived in Yerevan on May 16.


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