Nika Gvaramia declines to be questioned at the State Security Service
Nika Gvaramia declines to be questioned at the State Security Service

The Director-General of Mtavari Arkhi, Nika Gvaramia has declined to be questioned at the State Security Service of Georgia (SSG) today.

As Gvaramia’s lawyer Dimitri Sadzaglishvili told Georgian First Channel, the Director-General of Mtavari Arkhi demands to be questioned in front of the judge in the Tbilisi City Court.

Reportedly, Nika Gvaramia has been summoned to the State Security Service of Georgia for the case of journalist Giorgi Gabunia.

As Nika Gvaramia said earlier this week, Ingush ethnicity detained during a special operation on Kavtaradze Street planned to assassinate Giorgi Gabunia following the orders of Ramzan Kadyrov, the Head of the Chechen Republic.

State Security Service of Georgia stated that the Counterterrorism Center of the State Security Service detained a citizen of the Russian Federation on charges of purchase and storage of forged documents envisaged by article 362, paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code of Georgia.

SSG calls on every person, including a party of the criminal case, refrain from disseminating of any clarified or unclarified information so that the investigation is not obstructed, dissemination of significant and/or fake information is prevented, that eventually will damage a major public interest – to establish an objective truth in relation to the case.

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