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Public Broadcasting Might Remove to Vashlisjvari

02.09.2011
According to the news agency “Pirveli”, the building of the Public Broadcasting was already sold out and its own owner is foreign investor.

The source of the agency said one of the main reasons of removing the PB office from the central part of the capital is the fact that very often the PB is target of political manifestations and assembly like the parliament which is also moving to Kutaisi.

Head of Supervisory Board of the PB Levan Gakheladze did not confirm the information about the planned removal of the company office and claims that the building was not sold. However, they really discuss moving from the place.
“The building was not sold and we are not going to sell it. We are negotiating with many institutions, including the City Hall. If the City Hall builds a new office for us, we will exchange the buildings. So, we are not looking for private sponsors. It is very important issue for us; so, it will not remain without attention. We will hold press-conference,” Gakheladze told the Pirveli.

The press-conferences regarding this issue might be held in near future.

News Agency “Pirveli”

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