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Georgian diplomats delighted by summit and prostitutes2010-11-25 20:11
Portuguese tabloid Morning Star has confirmed its article about the sex scandal with the Georgian delegation. Still, Sakartvelo does not want to believe in potency of its politicians who invited 80 women of pleasure. Georgian press got on a Russian trail and found out that there was a diplomat of Russian origin in the French delegation that reported the orgy. He turned to be the main envier instead of French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Portuguese periodical Correio da mahna (Morning Star) confirmed the fact that an article about a scandal with Georgians in Tiara hotel in Lisbon is based upon real facts. As InterpressNews Georgian agency has been told by deputy editor of the newspaper Ermandu Pereira, the information came from policemen.
"This topic was covered by two journalists who received the data from the law enforcement officers being in charge of the delegations' security in the hotel. They reported that President of France Nicolas Sarkozy who was staying in the same hotel was bothered by noise. No action has been brought. The Georgians committed no crime; they simply invited the girls and held a party, which is legal in Portugal", - Pereira told.
Georgians came to Lisbon to take part in the NATO summit where they obtained more support from the North-Atlantic Alliance. In their joy, they made up a small feast, having invited 80 women and friends from Armenian delegation. Policemen rebuked them, having asked to be quiet and recognized a woman of pleasure in one of the ladies.
Against the reports of the Georgian media, prostitution is not forbidden in Portugal. They punish only for trading in prostitution and human trafficking, while Portuguese women are free to love for money on a voluntary basis. Judging by the sounds that attracted the French, the beauties were delighted at Caucasian men, or, perhaps, their purses. The point is that the situation in their own country has recently revealed some soft spots: emancipation pushes Georgian wives to seek for more attentive sexual partners.
Tiara hotel administration refuted the published information but is not going to have the law on the newspaper. General Manager of the hotel Kontseyshao Ribeiro called the publication "a bald lie". "I read the article but I have no desire to dwell upon the matter, for nothing happened here. I live in the hotel and spend day and night there and I assure you there was no incident. I can only say that the information is false", - he told InterpressNews agency.