Relatives plan to bury killed General in Georgia
Russian occupant General Borisov appeared at the civil funeral of Roman Dumbadze, the late Georgian General Roman Dumbadze, who was killed in Moscow two days ago. Borisov was the commandant of Gori in the days of Georgia-Russia war in 2008. Borisov was the initiator of swapping Dumbadze on twelve Georgian hostages, who were captured in the days of war.
Civil funeral is underway in Saint George Church in Moscow now. Former renegade leader of the Adjara government, who also fled Georgia after the revolution in the autonomous republic, went to the funeral today along with other fugitive Georgians - Badri Meladze, who was Abashidze`s assistant and afterwards worked with another pro-Russian businessman in Russia, Aleksandre Ebralidze.
Dumbadze`s family plans to transfer his body and bury him in Georgia.
Dumbadze was shot dead with two bullets, one in his head and the other in his stomach.
Dumbadze lived in Moscow since 2008. He was serving his life sentence in Georgian prison for state treason and fled the country after being swapped on twelve Georgian hostages captured during the Georgia-Russia August war.