British Embassy in Georgia has made a comment regarding the criminal charges against TBC Bank co-founders Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze. As Georgian news agency Accentnews.ge reports, the British Embassy to Georgia notes that it critical ensure the transparent and impartial investigation of this case.
"As we have already mentioned, The UK is closely watching developments related to the criminal charges the Georgian Prosecutor’s Office has made against TBC co-founders Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze, relating to allegations regarding transactions from some years ago.
It is critical that this case is handled in an impartial and transparent manner. This is crucial for Georgia’s banking sector and its ability to attract foreign investment from diverse range of sources, in support of Georgia’s inclusive economic growth."
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