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.
Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia says the United National Movement is planning provocations at the April 19 demonstration in Tbilisi. Irakli Gharibashvili told Kronika newspaper that the UNM plans to bring several current police officers at the rally, where they will take off their police uniforms and tore down officer`s badges.
Chairperson of the Georgian Dream faction at the Kutaisi self-government Sakrebulo and the head of the Coalition for Transparent Self-governments have announced that public workers are forced by the United National Movement to join the demonstration scheduled for April 19 in Tbilisi.
The head of the National Regulatory Commission for Communications Irakli Chikovani has resigned. The commission has received by fax a resignation letter by the chairperson, in which he asks the president to sign his resignation, at the same time he asks to remain as the member of the commission.
Police have arrested two persons with the charges of document forgery - Ministry of Internal Affairs has reported. According to the investigation, the defendant demanded $2,800 from a person for printing a forged diploma of a closed university.
`We`ll bring Zurab Adeishvili back to Georgia by all means,` Minister of Justice Tea Tsulukiani told the Kviris Palitra newspaper. In the interview, Tsulukiani denied reports that the former minister, who fled Georgia after parliamentary elections last fall, was in Hungary.
Reconstruction and repair works at the parliament building in Tbilisi begins today. Several session halls will be completely reconstructed and the winning bidder company is due to finish the works in three months. However, majority MPs do not rule out that the process may take longer.
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili pays official visit to Germany. The head of the Georgian government will participate in the international conference organized by the Marshal Foundation - PM`s administration has reported.