Two Georgian companies finally have reconciled
On the eve at the National Communications Commission of Georgia (GNCC) there was signed a document, which put an end to five years of litigation between the Georgian telecommunication companies - LLC "Akhali Kselebi" and JSC "Silknet."
The essence of the conflict, according to the "Akhali Kselebi" was a demand to remove the copper telephone cables, belonging to the company, which laid in a sewer of JSC "Silknet." The conflict erupted in 2006. Since that time, "United Telecommunication Company of Georgia" has been renamed twice - first in the "United Telecom", and then - "Silknet", under this name it works on the market today.
The document signed on June 22, 2011 has now clearly defined rights and obligations of the sides. Thus, "Silknet" undertakes to give the opportunity to "Akhali Kselebi" to dismantle the cable belonging to it, in turn, the company "Akhali Kselebi" obliged to take all the costs associated with this procedure.
The National Communications Commission of Georgia pledged to monitor compliance with all conditions of the signed document.