Georgia Tells its Citizens Not to Travel to Russia
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 10 Jun.'11 / 19:33
The Georgian Foreign Ministry recommended its citizens on June 10 "to refrain from traveling to the Russian Federation” because of safety concerns.
Travel of Georgian citizens in Russia "is not safe,” the Georgian Foreign Ministry said.
The statement was made in connection to death of a 48-year old Georgian citizen, Gela Bliadze, who, the ministry said, "was beaten to death because of his ethnicity” in Moscow on June 5.
"This crime has been committed on the territory of the country, which carries out policy of state terrorism – plots, finances and implements terrorist acts on the territory of the sovereign country [Georgia],” the Georgian Foreign Ministry said, adding that it was demanding from Russia to investigate and punish perpetrators into the death of the Georgian citizen.
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