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TBILISI, May 11 (Itar-Tass) - Georgia’s parliamentary deputy Givi Targamadze, whom Russia put on the international wanted list under the case of mass disorders in Bolotnaya Square in May of 2012, is back to Georgia on Saturday.
He spent the last three months in Lithuania, and several days earlier said “there are no reasons for a criminal responsibility,” and Interpol had stated “the case presented by Russia does not comply with the organisation’s provisions.”
The Russian Investigation Committee accused in absentia Targamadze on February 14 in the criminal case over masterminding massive disorders in Russia. The defendants in the criminal case are also coordinator of the Left Front Sergei Udaltsov, Lebedev and Razvozzhayev. On the next day the Moscow police put Targamadze on the federal wanted list. Meanwhile, the detectives are investigating whether the Georgian politician was involved in the funding of massive disorders in Russia.
The criminal case over masterminding massive disorders in Russia was opened after the broadcasting of the film Anatomy of Protest-2, in which Udaltsov, Lebedev and Razvozzhayev were negotiating with head of the Georgian parliamentary committee for defence and security Givi Targamadze and discussed the masterminding of massive disorders and their foreign financing.
On January 10, the Russian Investigation Committee merged this criminal case with another criminal case over massive disorders in Bolotnaya Square in Moscow.