An employee of local railway station in the town of Zugdidi was “badly injured” after an explosive placed in an empty train carriage went off at 11:55pm local time on June 10, the Georgian Interior Ministry said.
A separate blast occurred 30 minutes later after an explosive placed in a trash can on the same railway station went off and in a third case an explosion hit a truck outside the local police station in Zugdidi at 2:50am local time on June 11, the Interior Ministry said. No one was injured in two latter explosions.
“These explosions have been carried out by forces which are not interested in stability in this region,” the Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Zugdidi, a town in western region of Samegrelo, is located at the Abkhaz administrative border.