Georgia, Tbilisi, 14 Feb. / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian Interior Ministry has taken measures to ensure compulsory attendance in the questioning of the Mayor of Tbilisi, Gigi Ugulava.
For the third time, Ugulava has ignored the invitation for questioning in connection with the events of February 8, the press service of the Interior Ministry told Trend on Thursday.
On that day, a crowd of supporters and activists of the Georgian Dream Party did not let the parliamentary minority and the mayor of Tbilisi to enter the National Library building in Tbilisi. As a result of the confrontation, several members of the Georgian parliament were beaten up.
According to given information, the government institution has applied to the court for authorization to provide compulsory attendance in questioning of mayor.
Earlier, Ugulava expressed his readiness to appear for questioning given the court's decision.