Zaza Okuashvili was awarded in Washington for taking his part in the development of the Georgian-American relations
The founder of the Omega Group was awarded in Washington for taking his part in the development of the Georgian-American relations. Zaza Okruashvili received a formal gratitude in the reception hall of the Congress, then was granted New York Times award in the Baker McKenzie Institute.
The founder of the Omega Group is one of the large investors of the country. He has brought the worldwide car brands in Georgian market.
During the last couple of months, since the initiation of the governmental prosecution, Okuashvili hasn’t come to Georgia. He is one of the Georgian businessmen who accused Ivanishvili in impinging Georgian business.
“I did have meetings with press, journalists, congressmen. They know the current situation in Georgia, the tensions between local business and national government. There is a big interest in the future of Georgia, but people don’t know the details. It is my personal duty, as well as a moral obligation, to explain why Georgian business isn’t free, what is the reason, who is the reason, “ – declared Zaza Okuashvili.