MP Khidasheli accuses minority MPs of inadequate behavior
Member of the parliamentary majority from the Republican Party Tina Khidasheli accuses the colleagues from the minority of inadequate behavior. Khidasheli said the statements of the MPs from the United National Movement, who say they are prepared for collaboration with the investigation at the same time refusing to got to the law enforcer offices for interrogation were inadequate. Meanwhile, Ministry of Internal Affairs releases a statement, which says that the officers do not intend to go to any of the UNM offices for interrogating its members regarding the clash that occurred by the National Library on February 8, neither will they go to the Mayor`s office to interrogate municipal officials. Police have already summoned members of the minority Giorgi Kandelaki, Levan Bezhashvili and Sergo Ratiani. Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance has also commented on the position of the minority members. Everybody should respect investigation and refusal to go for interrogation and speaking in this manner I think is simply a impudence. All that happened there should be condemned and the guilty will be punished - I promise you as the representative of the government,` Sozar Subari said.
Yet another group of the Georgian soldiers serving within the American contingent in Afghanistan arrived in Georgia this morning. The 23rd Battalion is the last Georgian unit that has served at the military camp along with other Georgian units who served ...
The Criminal Police Department has arrested a man for illegal purchase-keeping of drug in Tbilisi. As the Ministry of Internal Affairs has reported, the man was previously convicted for different crimes.
The President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly pays official visit to Georgia - Hugh Bayley and the accompanying delegation will hold meetings with the President, Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and Defence Minister of Georgia.