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Georgian ex-ambassador to Russia sues Saakashvili2008-11-26 15:18
Erosi Kitsmarishvili, the ex-director general of Rustavi 2 and ex-ambassador of Georgia to Russia, stated that he would sue Mikhail Saakashvili. According to ex-ambassador, in 2004 the President appropriated the share of the TV company, belonged to Kitsmarishvili, RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The ex-ambassador claimed it at today's press conference in Tbilisi.
Kitsmarishvili also asserted that he would do his best to let Georgian mass media be free again, as it was used to be in the times he was working in the TV company.
Let us remind, that Kitsmarishvili was the co-owner and director general of Rustavi 2 (TV channel), that supported the "Rose Revolution" in 2003.
When Kitsmarishvili left Rustavi 2, Georgian administration appointed its representative to his position. Previously the ex-ambassador stated that the TV channel was controlled by the GeoMedia group, registered in the Marshall Islands and belonged to Saakashvili. Data on the owners of this company, registered in offshore zone, isn't available for general public.