This was announced by the director of the counter-terrorism center of the State Security Service, Bacha Mgeladze, in an interview with the Rustavi 2 TV channel.

“We provided the Ukrainian side with information in connection with a specific fact,” TASS quotes him as saying.

Mgeladze clarified that the Ukrainian side has provided the Ukrainian authorities with even more details and expects information from them that will benefit the investigation and confirm certain details.

Earlier, Georgian special services confiscated 14 kg of explosives, which a Ukrainian citizen was transporting from Odessa to Voronezh.

As RT found out, Andrei Sharashidze, who organized the transportation of explosives, did business in Russia until 2019.

Georgia has tightened border controls, cargo and passenger inspections.