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Sergei Lavrov says that assertions that Moscow may be involved in the Georgian premier's death are politically engaged
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says that assertions that Moscow may be involved in the Georgian premier's death are politically engaged. "The assertions of those who hasten to make politically engaged conclusions will weigh upon their conscience," Mr. Lavrov said commenting at RIA Novosti's request on the statement of Alexander Shalamberidze, representative of the Georgian political majority. According to the latter, the terrorist act in Gori and Zurab Zhvania's death are interrelated. "I believe that the tragic events in Georgia are plotted. It means the interference of certain forces coming from Russia," the deputy said. Sergei Lavrov came out for thorough investigation of the circumstances of the Georgian premier's death. "We hope all circumstances of this death will be investigated by the relevant Georgian bodies," the Foreign Minister noted. In his words, Russian President Vladimir Putin has already offered his condolences on Zurab Zhvania's death. Mr. Lavrov assured that Moscow aims at the establishment and development of normal relations with Georgia. "No matter who heads Georgia, Russia hopes for reciprocity," he said. Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania died last night. According to the Georgian authorities, he was poisoned with the carbon monoxide.
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