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Georgian businesspeople to sue Russia2008-12-12 18:51
Georgian companies intend to sue Russia in the international court and demand reparation of the damages caused in the war of August 2008.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This issue was discussed at the meeting of Georgian businesspeople with MPs in the course of the Friday meeting of temporary parliamentary commission on territorial integrity restoration.
Among the participants were the representatives of large companies: Vissol, Elite Electronics, Axis, Center Point and others.
Businessmen shared with the MPs the figures of estimated damage. For Vissol (oil products sale) it counts 300 thousand dollars, for Elite Electronics - 651 915 lari - as a result of plunder and destruction of its hardware store in Tamarasheni; for Axis (construction company) - 700 thousand lari; for Center Point (another construction firm) - 1.3 mln dollars, as their hotel in Kurta was destroyed. PSP, the pharmaceutical company lost 170 thousand lari.
Shota Malashkhia, the chairman of the commission, promised businesspeople to discuss their demands with the Ministries of Economy and Finance and assist them in bringing this action to the international court.