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Georgian media appraised the sex scandal during NATO summit2010-11-25 15:00
Georgian media believe that rumours about a cheerful party with several dozens of prostitutes organized by members of the Georgian delegation during the NATO summit in Lisbon are to become a "test for the government and the society".gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to VZGLYAD, Vice Speaker of the Georgian parliament Gigi Tsereteli in his interview to the All News paper referred to the report about a sex scandal in Portugal as to "complete idiocy". In the opinion of the Georgian parliamentarian, Russian side may be involved in such provocations since "Russian companies have got shares in the European publications".
In its turn, the Alia newspaper published a montage showing the photos of the Georgian delegates at NATO summit: Vice Prime Minister Georgy Baramidze, Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze, Head of Ministry of Defense Bacho Akhalaya and secretary of National Security Council in the company of several naked call-girls.
Let us remind you that according to the Portuguese media, during the NATO summit in Lisbon, Georgian representatives occupied one of the most fashionable and luxurious hotels of the city and decided to have some fun by calling several dozens of prostitutes. It turned out that the loveful Georgian guests invited 80 prostitutes.
The Georgian delegation's impertinent behavior attracted the attention even of the summit security service, while President of France Nicolas Sarkozy who had settled in the same hotel had to address a complaint to the administration, so long as the noise coming from the rooms occupied by Georgians prevented him from concentrating on his work.
First Vice Speaker of the Georgian parliament Mikhail Machavariani stated that rumours about the party arranged by the Georgian delegation at the NATO summit in Lisbon with the participation of call-girls were spread with Russia's help. Machavariani asserts that the Morning Star newspaper was the first to disseminate the information. As he said, "it had been a Communist paper in Great Britain and was sponsored by KGB and is currently sponsored by the Kremlin". "We all know about the Kremlin's desire to show things to the world in a light that would be favourable for it. But fortunately, the international community reads Washington Post and Guardian reporting Georgia's success", - Mikhail Machavariani stated.
In it turn, oppositional Vice Speaker of the Georgian parliament Levan Vepkhvadze stated that the rumours about the party with 80 call-girls organized by the government delegates during the NATO summit in Lisbon are going to become a subject of special investigation.
"This fact reported by the western media needs to be investigated since it concerns the reputation of the whole Georgia", - Vephvadze stated.