Georgian Energy Minister disagree with conclusion of parliamentary commission
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 19 / Trend , N.Kirtzkhalia/ Alexander Khetaguri, the Georgian Energy Minister, disagreed with conclusion of the Temporary Parliamentary Commission on Study of the August Developments. Khteguri said at a special briefing that the commission's negative assessment of the Energy Ministry's activity is unjust and incorrect.
"I cannot understand on which bases such a decision has been made, because Paata Davitaya, the chairman of the commission has not called me to hearings and has not got information from my own lips," he stated.
Energy in the country has functioned well and although the country has been actually divided into two parts and these have been difficulties in communication, power engineering specialists have provided consumers with twenty-four-hour supply of power and gas, the Minister said.
"There have not been any problems with fuel, which reserves we could provide. Therefore, we cannot understand a negative assessment," Khetaguri said.