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Shota Utiashvili resigned
10:55 04.07.2012
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Shota Utiashvili has left Ministry of Interior Affairs of Georgia. The mentioned information has been confirmed to “Internet.ge” by the former head of analytical department himself.

Utiashvili said he resigned because of the new job, however he left question about his new department unanswered.

“I left my position myself, I am moving to a new office, more information about it you will find out soon”, - Utiashvili said.

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