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Elite Burji continues its work in a usual regime
10:34 22.06.2012
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The company “Elite Burji” continues its work in a usual regime. The company employee Gogita Modebadze said it to “internet.ge”. 

According to him, the police have left the company building today morning.

“Only “Global TV” antennas are seal up”. Elite Burji continues its work in a usual regime without any delay”, - Modebadze said.  

The law enforcers enter “Elite Burji” yesterday.

According to the information of the prosecutor’s office, the criminal police and the prosecution employees entered “Elite Burji” to seal up antennas owned by the company “Global Contact Consulting”.  

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