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European company disconnected Public TV from satellite2010-02-02 12:24
Eutelsat, the European satellite company, disconnected the First Channel of the Public Broadcaster of Georgia, from the satellite, said Levan Gakheladze, the chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Public Broadcaster - Interfax. The same had previously been done with the First Caucasian Channel.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Gakheladze, no official reason was named.
"Meanwhile in Paris, where Giya Chanturia, the general director of the Public Broadcaster of Georgia, currently staying, in informal talks it's said the decision was made under the pressure of Russian companies, i.e Russia," Gakheladze said.