Two from Georgian NGOs to attend NATO Chicago Summit
Two members of Georgian non-governmental organizations were selected by the NATO special jury to attend the Chicago Summit. Nato Bachiashvili, the member of the International Center of Geopolitical Surveys and Giorgi Gamkrelidze, the representatives of the New Generation, New Initiative NGO will attend all sessions and all press conferences in Chicago. NATO jury selected twenty young people from around the world and two of them are Georgians. They submitted video ads on peace and security issues to the jury.
The approach of the international society towards the Russian aggression in Ukraine and other states of former Soviet space was criticized at the meeting held in U.S. Congress in Washington. The meeting was organized by the U.S. Catholic University.
The United National Movement accuses the government of Georgia of pressure prior to the upcoming self-government elections in Georgia. Mamuka Akhvlediani was interrogated at the Investigation Service of the Ministry of Finance for ten hours yesterday.
Former president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili has refused to give testimony to the investigation conducted by Georgian chief prosecutor`s office via internet after he ignored the notice on interrogation.
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili has rejected the initiative of the United National Movement to set up a confidence group on the investigation of the death of prime minister Zurab Zhvania.
Two opposing rallies were held outside the office of the chief prosecutor, which had summoned former president Mikheil Saakashvili for interrogation on ten different criminal cases. One group of protestors was objecting to the decision of the prosecutor, while the other was demanding his interrogation.