Chief Prosecutor of Georgia Irakli Shotadze met Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yevhenii Yenin. Deputy chief Prosecutor, Giorgi Gogadze, also attended the meeting held at the Chief Prosecutor’s Office. Irakli Shotadze expressed gratitude to the guest for cooperation
Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia concluded investigation into the alleged fact of taking Ivane Merabishvili out of the cell of penitentiary facility. Investigation did not confirm commission of the crime against Ivane Merabishvili as he argued.
Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia hosted the representatives of partner international organizations and academic institutions. The event was opened by Giorgi Gogadze, Deputy Chief Prosecutor of Georgia, and Giorgi Giorgadze, Chief Officer of the project of the Council of Europe. The objective of the meeting was to share experience between the participants, to plan the joint projects and improve coordinated activities
The Department of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia to Investigate Offenses Committed in the Course of Legal Proceedings made a decision to review guilty verdicts rendered upon two unlawfully convicted persons: Mamuka Zoidze - veteran of 2008 Russo-Georgian War, former commander of Tactical Intelligence Squadron of Air Brigade
Tbilisi Court of Appeals completely accepted the evidence submitted by Prosecution and found persons convicted of the murder of JSC Telasi financial director Nikoloz Lominadze not guilty. New evidence obtained by the Prosecution Service of Georgia during the new investigation and then examined during the court hearing confirmed
Information disseminated recently by the media outlets concerning the resignation of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia is false and does not correspond to reality. We believe, that dissemination of information of this kind is being done deliberately and serves to misleading
Information disseminated today by the media outlets about the criminal proceedings against Father Giorgi Mamaladze is somewhat interpretation of the statement made by Prosecution. We explain once more, that investigation is working on several versions, which cannot be publicly disclosed due to the interests of investigation
Due to high public interest, we would like to inform the society, that on February 15, 2017, Prosecution Service of Georgia launched criminal proceedings against Maia Rcheulishvili, CEO and founder of Center Point Group LLC, and Ketevan Zhordania, former head of the organizational division of Dighomi District Apartment