2 Israeli businessmen pardoned in Georgia land in Tel Aviv

December 2, 2011 19:21

Two Israeli businessmen who were pardoned after they were sentenced to lengthy prison terms by a Georgian court in April landed in Israel on Friday afternoon.

Roni Fuchs and Ze’ev Frenkel were convicted of attempting to bribe a deputy finance minister and were sent by a court in Tbilisi to seven years and six and a half years respectively, and ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines.

The men landed at Sde Dov Airport in Tel Aviv and were greeted by their friends and family.

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