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Sobchak too expensive for Georgia2013-04-19 16:27
The head of the parliamentary committee on the procedural issues has published a secret report on the expenses of the State Security Service of Georgia. According to Irina Imerlishvili, the funds of the State Security Service were spent on various gifts, accommodation of various officials and other expenses unrelated to the activities of the Service. One of such cases is associated with paying the bills for the residence of Russian journalists Ksenia Sobchak and Ksenia Sokolova at the hotel "Radisson" in 2010 were in Georgia. All costs along with gifts made are worth $ 7 thousand. Experts suspect that this is not a complete list of confidential financial costs spent during the reign of "United National Movement" under the leadership of Mikheil Saakashvili.
Russian journalists resided in Georgia at the expense of the State Security Service of the country. In late September 2010, Ksenia Sobchak and Ksenia Sokolova lived in the hotel "Radisson" at the expense of the Georgian budget. This is confirmed by information published by the head of the Georgian parliamentary procedural committee Irina Imerlishvili. According to her, the State Security Service, subjected directly to the President, has paid 9,598 GEL for Russian journalists.
But that's not all expenses relating to the young ladies who were in Georgia in order to interview Mikheil Saakashvili and write an article about the President of Georgia. As for Sokolova, the State Security Service was particularly lavish and presented her a gold necklace bought at the price of 2,765 GEL, as well as a golden lion statue for 69 GEL. These things were purchased at a jewelry store "Zaraphana" in October 2010.
It turns out that as a result of the visit of this duo the Georgian budget has lost more than 12 thousand GEL, more than $ 7 thousand. Not surprisingly, Sokolov wrote an enthusiastic article about Georgia, but first and foremost about the leadership of the country. Here are some excerpts from this publication.
"Georgia is ruled by young, well-educated, talented and ambitious people. Everything runs very efficiently, there is economic growth, ease of doing business, constantly declining ratings of corruption. Interests of the political class that controls the country are focused on how to make Georgia a prosperous country," Sokolova wrote.