The Georgian authorities have begun proceedings on soccer player Kakha Kaladze's company
The Georgian government intends to examine legality of the company "Arsenal City", which is owned by famous Georgian soccer player Kakha Kaladze.
"Arsenal City" has not fulfilled obligations to the state, and therefore, the state will start legal proceedings. The state will act as provided under the law" - as reported by the "GHN", Deputy Justice Minister Dmitry Dzagnidze said.
It was reported that the Kaladze company's debt to the state is about $ 20 million. Earlier soccer player claimed that the implementation of this investment project in the financial crisis is not possible and asked the state about deferment of payment.
"Arsenal City" is a multipurpose complex, where there could be located residential buildings, recreational areas and government buildings. The total project cost is estimated at several hundred million dollars.
Also note, Kakha Kaladze is known for his sharp speeches against the government of Georgia. Not so long ago he said that authorities have harassed its citizens and have established Stalin's regime.
"The people of Georgia live in poverty, there is selective justice, the plight of the prison system, virtually non-existent of civil society and NGOs" - he said.
Soccer player also said that Georgia now "is repeating year 1937."