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Sentence for Israeli businessmen announced in Georgia2011-04-01 14:09
A sentence for Israeli businessmen Roni Fuks and Zeev Frenkel has been announced in Georgia. As reported by GHN, City Court of Tbilisi sentenced Roni Fuks to seven years of imprisonment and Zeeva Frenkel to six years of imprisonment. Besides, the second convict will have to additionally pay the fine of 100 thousand laris and Roni Fusk - 500 thousand laris. The court decision was taken on the grounds of item 3, Article 339 of the Georgian Criminal Code - official bribery.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The sentence was to be announced on March 30; however, the session was postponed because of the judge's illness.
Israeli businessmen Roni Fuks and Zeeva Frenkel were detained in one of elite restaurants of Batumi last October during a meeting with Deputy Minister of Finance Avtandil Haraidze whom they were going to give a bribe of seven million dollars in exchange for an attempt to appeal against the decision of international arbitrage.