Politics
Gharibashvili initiates to add to the constitution that a family is the union of a man and a woman
28 March, 2014
Georgia’s Prime Minister has made a proposal of adding an amendment to the constitution which states that a family is a union between a man and a woman only.
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BBC – ‘Mikheil Saakashvili: Georgia threatens arrest warrant’
28 March, 2014
BBC publishes an article about Georgia’s Former President Mikheil Saakashvili’s summons for questioning.
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‘What Obama said is true’ – Irakli Gharibashvili
27 March, 2014
Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili has confirmed in his speech that Barack Obama’s recent claim is adequate and accurately represents reality
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‘Neither Ukraine nor Georgia are currently on a path to NATO membership’ – Obama
27 March, 2014
NATO needs to boost its presence in eastern European countries that feel vulnerable to Russia after its annexation of Crimea, U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday
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WHY DID SCHULZ FORGET ABOUT GEORGIA?
27 March, 2014
At the press conference of Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, Ketevan Kardava, a journalist from the Georgian Public Broadcaster expressed her protest.
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“IF HE HAS ANY COMMON SENSE, HE WILL COME”
27 March, 2014
Interview with Irakli Gharibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia

Georgian publication of our media holding - Kviris Palitra – netted an exclusive interview with Irakli Gharibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia. Below we present important excerpts from it: Q. – According to different assumptions, that night somebody struck ex-Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania with a heavy object (presumably, an ashtray) in the head…
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Russia strongly against Georgia’s NATO membership
27 March, 2014
Alexander Grushko, Russian ambassador to NATO, has stressed that Moscow is against Georgia’s NATO membership. According to him, it would be a serious mistake for Georgia to become a NATO member.
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“We consider it as advice”
27 March, 2014
Commenting on the US Department of State’s statement expressing concern over the decision to summon ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili for questioning, Georgian government officials said that they perceived the statement as “an advice” from a partner state to observe due process. Some senior lawmakers from the Georgian Dream ruling coalition said there is “nothing alarming” and there is no need to “dramatize” the situation. The US Department of State said that “no one is above the law, but launching multiple simultaneous investigations involving a former president raises legitimate concerns about political retribution, particularly when legal and judicial institutions are still fragile” in Georgia.
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‘Ask me for whatever you want, but leave the investigation alone’ – Nino Kadagidze recalls talk with Saakashvili
26 March, 2014
Zurab Zhvania’s family has responded to Mikheil Saakashvili. According to them, the investigation has reached its final phase.
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