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.
Center for Freedom and Support NGO asserts that the investigation of the death of 10-month old Barbare Rapaliantsi is over. They say the joint work of some non-governmental organizations turned out successful and they have obtained video and audio evidence that will prove that the current senior officials were involved in...
The member of the Tbilisi City Assembly [Sakrebulo] from the United National Movement, Sevdia Ugrekhelidze accuses the mayor and vice mayors of pressure on the employs of Tbilisi district administrations and of the mayor`s office.
The wife of the convicted former prime minister Vano Merabishvili, Tako Salakaia is prepared to answer the questions of the investigation of the murder of Sandro Girgvliani - a 26 year-old bank employ, who was tortured to death in 2006 by police officers.
The family of Sandro Girgvliani, a 26 year-old bank employ, killed by four officers in 2006, demands the interrogation of the wife of that-time interior minister, Tako Salakaia and Sandro`s friend Tatia Maisuradze, as the testimony given by one of the convicts on this case, has changed the facts of the investigation completely.
The office of the Prime Minister of Georgia makes definitions regarding the faulty description of the fact about the former agriculture minister Davit Kirvalidze in the letter sent by Irakli Gharibashvili to four American Senators. The Press Service says the context of the passage was different and improperly expressed.
The wife of the former prime minister of Georgia Vano Merabishvili, Tako Salakaia and her friend, Tatia Maisuradze may be summoned for interrogation once again on the bases of the testimony given by Oleg Melnikov