Helsinki Commission calls for pardon for Nika Gvaramia and other political prisoners in Georgia
Ambassador Kelly Degnan says that a Pardon for Nika Gvaramia is the exclusive right of President Zurabishvili
Former Ombudsman of Georgia reproaches President for Gvaramia still being in prison
The former Ombudsman of Georgia holds the President Salome Zurabishvili responsible for Nika Gvaramia still being in prison.
Movement for release of Nika Gvaramia, imprisoned opposition journalist
"Movement for the Release of Nika Gvaramia" was created in Georgia to have the director of the TV company "Mtavari Arkhi" freed.
"The Georgian people's choice is under threat." Reaction of the US Embassy to the Gvaramia case
"The Embassy once again expresses its deep concern over today's decision."
Founder of Georgian opposition channel Nika Gvaramia remains in prison
The opposition calls the decision of the court of appeal politically motivated
Georgian president denies plan to pardon Saakashvili and Gvaramia as “speculation”
The President of Georgia said she wouldn't pardon Saakashvili and Gvaramia: "I don't feel sorry for anyone, stop speculating on my statements!"
"Verdict is unjustified" - Georgian Ombudsman calls President Zurabishvili to pardon Gvaramia
The ombudsman calls on the president to pardon Gvaramia. According to Nino Lomjaria, the case against Nika Gvaramia, General Director of the opposition Pirveli TV Channel, is politically motivated
Georgian President's new interview: EU membership, Nika Gvaramia and Ukraine in focus
"You ask me what makes sense, but you should not be asking me. I don't see any logic in this, you have to ask those who are making such statements" - new Interview with Salome Zurabishvili
US Embassy in Georgia excludes Nika Gvaramia's judge from training program in Florida
Nika Gvaramia's judge excluded from US training program. Judge Lasha Chkhikvadze was supposed to atend a seminar in Florida, full paid for by the US Embassy in Georgia
Advisor to US Secretary of State: Nika Gvaramia's arrest could create problems for Georgia
Nika Gvaramia's arrest will make it difficult for Georgia to achieve its Euro-Atlantic goals, advisor to the US Secretary of State, Derek Shoal, said
Amnesty International: Nika Gvaramia's sentence is politically motivated
Gvaramia's verdict is politically motivated and lacked sufficient evidence", Marie Struthers, Amnesty International's Director for Eastern Europe and Central Asia said