Georgian and Armenian inscriptions found on cartridges of Christchurch terrorists
Photos of cartridges of firearms with inscriptions in Georgian were released by Daily Mail, following the deadly attack on mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand today.
The cartridges and other weapons were seized by law enforcers after the attack, containing inscriptions also in Armenian, Serbain and other languages.
The names of David Soslan and David Agmashenebeli are inscribed in Georgian, the names of the husband of Georgia’s Queen Tamar and one of the most famous kings of Georgia - David the Builder.
"The Georgian State Security Service is cooperating with it’s partners in order to receive information regarding the detainees and the weapons seized," Agenda.ge cited the agency as saying.
The investigation is in progress.