Politics
Sandra Roelofs recalls her love story at the opening of Saakashvili's Library
23 April, 2014
Mikheil Saakashvili’s Presidential Library has recently been declared open in Tbilisi. A lot of students and media representatives attended the opening ceremony.
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‘By ”killing me” they will not solve their problems’ – Saakashvili
23 April, 2014
Georgia’s ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili appeared in a video conference from the USA that marked the opening of a library built in Georgia by his initiative.
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How Saakashvili celebrated Easter in New York
22 April, 2014
Mikheil Saakashvili celebrated Easter with Georgians living in New York. Footage uploaded to the ex-president’s Facebook account show Georgian emigrants partying in one of the clubs.
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‘The West should apply chemotherapy’ – Saakashvili about dealing with Kremlin on CNN
17 April, 2014
Former president of Georgian Mikheil Saakashvili talks to CNN’s Becky Anderson about how his experience with the Kremlin compares to Kiev's.
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US supports but speaks of lack of consensus
17 April, 2014
The US supports granting the Membership Action Plan (MAP) to Georgia at the NATO Summit in Wales in September. However, Victoria Nuland, the US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs stresses there is no consensus within the allies on the issue. “Georgians are well aware that there is no consensus in the Alliance and that they have work to do to convince, particularly some of our western European allies, of their worthiness for the MAP,” Nuland stated.
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WHAT WILL HAPPEN AT THE WALES SUMMIT?
17 April, 2014
Interview with Grigol Vashadze, ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs

Grigol Vashadze, ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs spoke with us about the foreign course of Georgia, and threats and challenges country faces. Q. – Mr. Vashadze, you were one of the organizers of the action – No to Collaborationism. Who is the addressee of this No?
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“GEORGIA IS IN DANGER”
17 April, 2014
Roman Fin’s address to the Georgian people

Georgia is facing a deadly threat. Georgian Dream, the coalition that came to power, did not manage to put an end to the Saakashvili’s regime and arrest the culprits (they were given freedom). In 2012, after losing the elections, with the help of American and European globalist forces they began preparing for revenge and again usurping the power. They have no chance to achieve it through democratic elections because their real rating is no more than 7-9%. The people even wanted early elections in order to get rid of the disproportionately inflated 45% representation that doesn’t correspond to their real, deteriorating popularity, considering the people’s hatred towards them. Accordingly, the only way for the Nationals to come back is to usurp the power. The West undoubtedly supports Saakashvili – they intend to restore his rule. If we consider the historical experience of staging colored revolutions, it won’t be difficult at all. The Nationals are openly speaking about the future Maidan.
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Detained Under Occupation
17 April, 2014
The Georgian journalists arrested inside the Georgia’s occupied territories which caused an international outcry have been released. TV 3 reporter Bela Zakaidze, cameraman Vakho Lekiashvili and technical assistant Michael Mikhoev were arrested by so-called Russian border guards in the Adzvi village while they were covering the fact of relocation of the boundary. They were later taken to Tskhinvali.
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Russia’s official statement about detention of Georgian journalists
16 April, 2014
Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has made a statement with regard to the detention of Georgian journalists by Russian border guards near Adzvi village.
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