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Incidents prevention and response mechanisms’ meeting was disrupted
14:51 24.04.2012
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The 36th meeting of Incidents prevention and response mechanisms, which should have been held in Gali region, failed. 

“Internet.ge” was informed about this by the head of Interior Ministry’s analytical department, Shota Utiashvili. According to him, comments about a reason of wrecking the talks will be made later.

“The disruption was not caused by Georgian side”, - Utiashvili said.

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