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Workers from the Hotel “Radisson” Request Their Salaries

Today, employees of the Turkish Building Company “Uchgen Georgia” held protest demonstration in front of the company office. The builders and personnel of the company requested their salaries. Turkish Company has been working in Georgia for 3 years; they built Hotel Radisson. Demonstrators stated that one part of workers has not received the salary that was agreed in their labor contracts. Another part requests their holiday sums.

Tamar Andguladze, a demonstrator: “I come here for 4 months already and they tell us to come next day all the time... they are deceiving us. We cannot get our holiday salaries; others have not received their salaries either. This project is due to finish at the end of the month and the representatives of the company will leave Georgia soon; so nobody will pay our salaries to us.”

Ali Ozdan, manager of the Company, does not speak about the reasons of the delay in distributing the salaries but he promised to satisfy the employees with salaries till the end of the month.

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