We, the undersigned organizations, are writing in response to the statement released by the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia in relation to the charges filed against Nika Gvaramia, the former Director-General of Rustavi 2 TV.
11 years since the Russo-Georgian war: Coalition for Euro-Atlantic Georgia condemns government statements
On the eleventh anniversary of the Russian-Georgian war in 2008, the Russian Federation continues to occupy Georgian territory and grossly violate the ceasefire agreement signed by the two countries. Construction of barbed wire fences and fortifications, restriction of free movement of civilians, their abduction, torture and killings continue along the occupation line.
Sentencing Zviad Kuprava to Imprisonment Is a Dangerous Precedent of Restricting Freedom of Expression
We, the undersigned organisations, respond to the conviction of Zviad Kuprava by Tbilisi City Court yesterday and believe that the conviction is a dangerous precedent in terms of restricting freedom of expression in Georgia.
Georgian Civil Society Addresses to the International Organizations in regard to the recent developments around Rustavi 2 TV
Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatović;OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Harlem Désir;Head of the European and Eastern Europe Department of Reporters without Borders Johann Bihr;
~We, the undersigned organizations, are writing this statement in response to the recent developments related to the European Court of Human Rights’ judgement on the Rustavi 2 ownership dispute case, which represents a significant challenge for Georgia’s fragile democracy and poses a serious threat for the media landscape.