Russia said Georgia sent to Chechnya to help al-Qaeda terrorists
data for: Georgian special forces
BEIJING, Oct. 14 (Xinhua) Russia’s national counter-terrorism committee chairman, the Federal Security Administration Bureau said Alexander Bortnikov on the 13th, the Georgian special department to help al-Qaida emissary to the Chechen terrorists deployed, and the supply of weapons to the Republic of Dagestan.
Itar-Tass reported that Bortnikov said: “From where militants find recordings confirmed that they were al-Qaida emissary and representative of the Georgian special departments to keep in touch, in these special sector participation and prepare them for the disposal of terrorists to the territory of the Chechen Republic. “
He further pointed out:” Furthermore, they tried to transport weapons to the Republic of Dagestan, explosives and funds to destabilize the region high-risk facilities, mainly oil and gas pipelines. “