Four Georgian sailors, who were left without attention on the board of the ship abandoned in the Cartagena naval station, Spain, will return to Georgia soon. The sailors were taken on board with different terms, but were not paid after they tried to clarify the employment terms with the ship owner company. They have not been paid their salaries for past eight months.
Georgian naval administration is already holding negotiations with the ship owner company on covering salary arrears and arranging transportation of the sailors to Georgia.
Deputy Minister of economic development of Georgia, Giorgi Karbelashvili said in the telephone interview with Rustavi2 that Georgian government would cover the travel costs from Cartagena to Batumi port. Karbelashvili is already in the Spanish port holding negotiations with Spanish colleagues.
One part of TV Companies, who are involved in the rating research conducted by the TVRM Georgia, discuss the request of the investigation structures on the detailed information about the families involved in the research as a direct pressure from the government upon commercial televisions.
TVMR Georgia - a commercial company counting the ratings of Georgian televisions has been fined with 800 GEL due to the refusal to issue the information about the families participating in the survey of television ratings.
Two former officials will be interrogated at the office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia today. Former minister of economic development and former minister of education will have to answer the questions of the investigation regarding the privatization of the property...
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin will apply to the Federation Council on joining Crimea into the Russian Federation tomorrow, but before that the Russian DUMA is considering the draft law on merging Crimea into the RF.
The administration of the president of Georgia has released a special statement, expressing concerns over the conduct of the so-called referendum in Ukraine, namely, in Crimea. President says that Georgia, along with the rest of the international community, does not recognize this referendum, as well as its results.
Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia has charged the former chief of the MIA Special Operative Department, Erekle Kodua on the facts of committing fraud with exceeding official authority and misuse of duties.