Russia extradites two spies to Georgia
Russia has extradited two Georgians sentenced for espionage after the war of August 2008, the Georgian PM’s Special Envoy for Russia Zurab Abashidze said, Trend reports.
The two were sentenced to 8 and 9 years imprisonment. There are other Georgians in jail caught after the war.9 Georgian spies were found in North Ossetia in August 2008. They were collecting data in the North Caucasus and recruiting mercenaries. Some of the spies caught were Russians.
Georgia organized a mass amnesty in 2013, releasing convicts from the Enver case. They were Russians and Georgians sentenced for spying for Russia in 2011. According to investigators, they were collecting information about the Georgian military and sending it to Moscow.