Businessman Gogi Topadze declared that his grandson's medical state is expected to improve, and he is not going to answer any more phone calls.
"I was told that soon the situation would improve and no more risks would be posed to his health. My grandson was nearly killed in this yard; that man fled the scene; however, everyone knows perfectly well what he did, and he must be held accountable for this. Some people are calling me, but I stopped all conversations, and do not plan to hold any negotiations," Topadze said.
Busa Jvania, the son of former PM Zurab Jvania, was detained for wounding businessman Topadze's grandson. The investigation into the case is underway, with the perpetrator of the crime to be sentenced to from three to six years in prison.