The so-called court of the occupied Tskhinvali extended Zaza Gakheladze's detention for two months. The so-called court made the decision yesterday.
The State Security Service of Georgia confirms the information. The State Security Service has already provided information about the de facto regime's decision to Gakheladze's family.
The occupants first wounded and then kidnapped Zaza Gakheladze on July 11 near the Skhvilo prison.
According to the occupation regime, Gakheladze did not obey the call of the military, fired at least five times, and was wounded after firing back. The so-called South Ossetian law enforcers have charged him following the Russian Criminal Code.