Russia and Georgia

Karasin: Russia may abolish visas for Georgians

Moscow continues to explore the possibility of abolishing visas for Georgian citizens, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin said. According to him, Moscow is interested in mending relations with Tbilisi and …

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Russian and Georgian lawmakers to meet on July 15

Head of the international affairs committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev said he would meet with Georgian opposition lawmakers in Moscow on July 15 to discuss the current situation in bilateral relations and ways …

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Zurabishvili: Georgia ready not to escalate

Georgian president Salome Zurabishvili said she’ll "wait and see" how a debate in Russia about possible new sanctions against her country will pan out as she cautiously welcomed conciliatory comments from …

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Georgia to lose million of Russian tourists

For the six months of 2019, revenues from foreign tourists' visits in Georgia amounted to $1.5 billion, which is $95.4 million more compared to the same period last year, according to the Georgian National Tourism Administration. …

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Russia to resume flights to Georgia?

Moscow does not rule out the suspension on direct flights between Russia and Georgia could be revised, according to a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry, who was speaking on condition of anonymity. "If the situation in Georgia …

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 Georgian opposition lawmakers to visit Moscow soon

Georgian parliament members representing the opposition Alliance of Patriots of Georgia will visit Russia in the coming days to discuss relations between the two countries, the party’s leader and Parliament Deputy Chairperson Irma …

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Kremlin: no decision yet on sanctions against Georgia

The Kremlin has noted Russian lawmakers’ tough and unanimous stance on anti-Russian provocations in Georgia, but the country’s leadership has not made a decision on economic measures against Tbilisi yet, Russian presidential spokesman …

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