life in Caucasus

Muftiyat of Dagestan pays food debts of poor citizens

According to the official account of the religious organization on Instagram, in Dagestan, the republic’s muftiate paid the food debts of poor residents in many cities of the region. "Left without funds to feed the family, …

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North Ossetia develops lockdown exit strategy

The head of North Ossetia, Vyacheslav Bitarov, said that the regional authorities are developing the lockdown exit program. “We are developing measures to end the self-isolation regime. At the same time we actively start helping …

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Aksyonov calls on citizens to observe self-isolation

The head of Crimea, Sergei Aksenov, said that restrictions on the operation of enterprises introduced to combat the spread of coronavirus will be removed as soon as the epidemiological situation allows. “We will remove these …

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Group of convicts pardoned in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has signed a decree pardoning 176 prisoners aged over 65. The Decree says the decision on pardon was made after considering appeals of convicts over the age of 65 who are in need …

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Kadyrov explains ban on leaving home at night

On April 3,  head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, explained the ban on leaving home at night in the region. According to him, this ban is not a curfew, it is "stop, movement." “We have no right to impose a …

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Pirosmani heroes in self-isolation  

Young Georgian artist David Kochuashvili decided to make his creative contribution to the fight against coronavirus by launching a series of paintings entitled "Stay at home." Kochuashvili created drawings in …

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Ten people recover from coronavirus in Azerbaijan

Four more patients have been discharged in Azerbaijan after recovering from coronavirus, the Operational Headquarters under Azerbaijan's Cabinet of Ministers said. Earlier, six patients were discharged. …

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Leading U.S. school to be opened in Georgia

Webster University will open its first campus in the region in Georgia, the Georgian Business and Technology University (BTU) announced. Webster University will be located on a 2,000 square meter plot of land in Tbilisi. The …

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Pashinyan to reduce cash turnover in Armenia

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that the country's authorities will limit the cash turnover in the republic. The announcement was made during a working discussion in the government of the draft bill ‘On non-cash payments in …

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Georgia privatises 38 state-owned assets

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said that 38 state-owned assets have already been privatised through the '100 investment projects for business' program. Speaking at a government meeting, he noted that …

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