Two agreements on withdrawal of the bases and transit of military equipment via Georgia were signed by the Georgian and Russian parties in Sochi on Friday.
Colonel General Aleksei Maslov, Commander-in-Chief of Land Forces of Russia signed the agreement from the Russian party and Mamuka Kudava, Deputy Defense Minister of Georgia – from the Georgian one.
According to the document, the Russian military bases in Akhalkalaki and Batumi start operation in withdrawal order; a joint Georgian-Russia commission will be set up in Tbilisi for oversight on implementation of the agreement.
360 armored vehicles will be transferred to Russia from Georgia. RUB 820 and RUB 510 m will be allocated for withdrawal of the Russian bases from Akhalkalaki and Batumi and other military units in 2007 and 2008 respectively.
Abkhazia Accuses Georgia Of Plotted Nuclear Subversion
According to the de facto law enforcements, the plan was signed by Col. Vashakidze and was adopted by Major-General Paata Datuashvili.
â€œThe plan provided for mass nuclear attacks even against the villages where the Abkhazian troops were not deployedâ€, the de facto officials say.
According to them, the Georgian army seized the necessary military equipment after capture in the former Russian depots.
â€œIn case of successful execution of the plan the Abkhazian territory and part of the Black See would have been radioactively polluted for years that would have initialed mass death of population and sharp increase in cancer and leukaemia among the populationâ€, they say.
Opposition MP Accuses Ruling Party Counterparts of Illegal Activities
By the decision made at the special session of the Parliamentary Bureau of the Parliament, the issue on suspension of the immunity to Valeri Gelashvuili was included in the Friday agenda.
During the session Davit Zurabishvili, member of the opposition Democratic Front demanded invitation of Aleksandre Lomaia, Education Minister to the Parliament. According to him, Aleksandre Lomaia was the only person who made allegations against Valeri Gelashvili and the opposition forces needed additional explanations.
The Parliamentary Procedural Issues Committee passed the issue on suspension of immunity to Valeri Gelashvili at the session on March 29 for alleged illegal business interests and participation in management.
The opposition Democratic Front and the Right Opposition factions protested against the decision of the Committee claiming that there were no legal grounds for suspension of the immunity.
The ruling Nationalist Movement party charged the Procedural Issues Committee with a task to inquire business interest of Valeri Gelashvili after the fire in the 84th Secondary School. Gigi Ugulava, Tbilisi City Mayor said that the sponsor of the fire was Valeri Gelashvili as he was interested in the adjacent plot of land for ongoing construction of the business center in the same district.