18 September 2003, 15:47

Guard head of hydroelectric power station was abducted in Abkhazia

The guard head of the Ingur Hydroelectric Power Station was abducted in Abkhazia's Gali district. It was reported at the state security service of the unrecognized republic. Uratadze was abducted on September 16 by four armed unknown persons in masks when he was returning from the work along with his friend.

According to unconfirmed information, Uratadze was taken out to Georgia's territory. The state security service does not exclude that the abduction was organized by one of the Georgian groups of sabotage that are sent from Georgia to Abkhazia's Gali district.

Source: Gazetasng.ru Website

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