Mar 26 2015 - 15:02
Georgia will continue with the policy of constructive relations with Russia, Prime Minister Irakly Garibashvili said.
Mar 25 2015 - 20:47
According to social polls conducted by the IRI, Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili and Minister for Labour, Healthcare and Social Protection David Sergeyenko have an approval rating of 62%. Irakli Alasania, an ex-minister of defense and leader of the Our Georgia – Free Democrats Party, and Speaker of Parliament Davit Usupashvili have a rating of 57%. Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has an approval of 56%. Kakha Kaladze, a vice prime minister and minister for energy, has 48%, leader of the United National Movement David Bakradze 47%, Tbilisi Mayor Davit Narmania 40%.
Mar 25 2015 - 20:33
Five WWII veterans from Georgia will visit Moscow on April 25 to attend the Ball of Victors. They will be escorted by a doctor, TASS reports.
Mar 25 2015 - 12:57
The Turkish authorities have deported a 22-year-old Georgian woman trying to cross the Turkish-Georgian border in a suitcase and a 25-year-old citizen of Georgia who helped the woman, Hurriyet Daily News reports with reference to the DHA agency.The customs officers were suspicious of the behavior of men at a border checkpoint in Sarpi. The Georgian man was forced to open the suitcase, where the woman was discovered, Lenta.ru reports.
Mar 25 2015 - 10:51
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has allocated a loan worth $250 million for the construction and commissioning of the Shuakhevi hydropower plant, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said.
Mar 24 2015 - 14:31
The Georgian Interior Ministry has solved the case concerning the incident at the gas station of the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) in Tbilisi.Previously convicted Zurab U., born 1993, has been detained on a charge of inflicting bodily harm as a result of the operational and investigative activities, the press-service of the Georgian Interior Ministry said.
Mar 21 2015 - 12:04
Today representatives of the party United National Movement (UNM), after the planned protest in Tbilisi, are planning to arrange another 'Rose Revolution'. In particular, the protesters intend to surround the building of the State Chancellery, the Parliament and Tbilisi City Hall, and then seize other government structures.