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Is Georgia one step away from liberalization of visas?

Even though the fact that the Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament approved the visa liberalization for Georgia is a good sign, considering difficult situation with the migration crisis in Europe and contradictions between the EU …

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Is Georgia's economy on the rise?

The National Bank of Georgia increased its forecast for GDP growth in the country in 2016 from 3% to 3.5%, the President of the National Bank, Koba Gvenetadze, said at today's briefing. "The difficulties in …

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Russia and Georgia to meet in Prague once again

Today in Prague, another meeting between the State Secretary, Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin and Georgian Prime Minister's special envoy on Russia Zurab Abashidze will be held. According to …

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How can a new election campaign in Georgia surprise us?

Before the parliamentary elections on October 8th the longest campaign in the country's history has recently started in Georgia. The corresponding decree was posted on the website of the presidential administration. According to …

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Will Saakashvili return to Georgia?

The ex-president of Georgia and the current governor of the Odessa region, Mikheil Saakashvili, is confident that his team from the United National Movement party will win the parliamentary elections this fall, after which he intends to return to his homeland. "There are two [political] forces: one is related to Bidzina Ivanishvili, the second is related to me, there is no one else at this stage. Everything else is just an imitation," Saakashvili told Rustavi-2 TV channel. According to the ex-president, he intends to return to his homeland after the elections, but he is not going to abandon his mission in Ukraine. "There is no choice between Georgia and Ukraine, the only choice we have is a united bright future," Saakashvili said.

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Tourism on the rise in South Caucasus

According to The Telegraph, Azerbaijan and Georgia are among the top 10 countries with developing tourism. Georgia is the fifth and Azerbaijan is in the ninth place in the list of ten countries with the fastest growth in the sector of tourism in …

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UN: Armenia and Georgia among most unfortunate countries

The UN published the 'World Happiness Report', which reviews the state of happiness in the world. Russia took 56th place. Azerbaijan is in the middle of the list with 81st place. Armenia and Georgia are at the end of the rating, occupying …

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Might Tina Khidasheli be dismissed?

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili declared his readiness to take decisive actions if the confrontation within the ruling coalition "Georgian Dream" between the Minister of Defense Tina Khidasheli, a member of the …

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Has constitutional reform failed in Georgia?

Today the Georgian State Constitutional Commission' term will expire. It was formed on October 4, 2013 to prepare the draft of the updated basic law of the country. The commission is headed by the Speaker of the Parliament …

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 Georgia decides to save on ministers

The Georgian government can pass a reduction of members. First Vice Prime Minister of Georgia and Minister of Energy, Kakha Kaladze, said in the framework of the optimization of public spending several ministries in the future, …

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Results 2015: Georgia

A lot of event occurred in 2015 both in political, and economic spheres. Earlier, Vestnik Kavkaza summed up the results of Azerbaijan and Armenia. It is time to sum up Georgia's results today. Experts from the republic Nana …

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Russia simplifies visa regime with Georgia

The decision on visa facilitation for Georgian citizens is coming into force in Russia today, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. Starting from December 23rd, 2015, Georgian citizens will be provided with business, work, study ...

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Is Ivanishvili going to return?

The Georgian Dream coalition won't be able to win in the parliamentary elections next year without informal participation of Ivanishvili, Georgian political analysts said in an interview for Vestnik Kavkaza, commenting on the statement of the …

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Has Georgia done its 'homework' on visas?

Latvian Foreign Minister Edgar Rinkevics said today that Tbilisi has succeeded in its 'homework' on the action plan on visa liberalization with the European Union (VLAP), so the decision of the European Commission will be ...

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Will Georgia reject conscription?

The Legal Committee of the Georgian Parliament has approved amendments to the law ‘On Military Duty and Military Service’, providing the abolition of compulsory military service. The initiator was MP …

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