Politics
“Everything is still ahead” – Gharibashvili comments on Saakashvili being charged
04 August, 2014
Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili commented on ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili being sentenced to pre-trial detainment in absentia.
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One of the last blows to U.S. policy came from Georgia – The Washington Post
04 August, 2014
The Washington Post published an article titled “The small cuts to U.S. clout”.
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“My son has to grow up a Georgian” – Mikheil Saakashvili
04 August, 2014
Georgia’s former President Mikheil Saakashvili granted an exclusive interview to “Different Accents” by "Rustavi 2" TV
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American girl with Georgian roots in "Palitra Media"
04 August, 2014
19-year-old Alexandra Rukhadze cannot talk about Georgia without excitement. She was born in the United States and lives in Boston.
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Gharibashvili gifted Newlyweds with gold jewelry
04 August, 2014
Irakli Gharibashvili attended the festival of Shuamtoba. Georgia’s Prime Minister congratulated denizens of Beshumi on Shuamtoba celebration.
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Davit Narmania’s first day as the Mayor of Tbilisi
02 August, 2014
Today is Davit Narmania’s first day as Tbilisi’s Mayor. He has already arrived at the City Hall and set to fulfilling his duties.
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“This is schizophrenia” - Goga Khaindrava comments on Kodua’s scandalous statement
02 August, 2014
Goga Khaindrava considers claims made by former Head of Constitutional Security Department of Georgia’s Interior Ministry Erekle Kodua to be a product of “schizophrenia”.
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“I had to kill Merabishvili” – Kodua reveals scandalous details of conversation with Patarkatsishvili
02 August, 2014
Erekle Kodua, former head of Constitutional Security Department of Georgia’s Interior Ministry, revealed in an exclusive interview
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“Putin could not have imagined better gift before the anniversary of the war” - Saakashvili
02 August, 2014
Putin could not have imagined a better gift before the anniversary of the war than an order for my arrest
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