Investigation launched into central pipeline damage near Tsitsamuri

20.06.24 13:05

An investigation has been launched into the damage to the main central pipeline owned by the Georgian Water and Power Company near the village of Tsitsamuri. The Ministry of Internal Affairs has confirmed this.


The investigation is being conducted under Articles 188 and 306 of the Criminal Code, which pertain to damage or destruction of an object through negligence and causing significant damage to the environment through illegal actions.


A few days ago, the main water supply pipeline near the village of Tsitsamuri was accidentally damaged. The GWP explained that the area had been gradually filled with bulk material by third parties, leading to the creation of a large geologically unstable land slope. Work has been ongoing at the site for several days.




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