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Georgian opposition wants Russian TV channels banned again

Georgy Baramidze, a member of parliament of Georgian ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili's United National Movement, proposed banning of Russian TV channels in the country. The parliamentary majority said they were not planning to discuss the issue, Interfax reports.
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Tbilisi to host Georgian-Russian forum

The Georgian-Russian forum of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) will be held in Tbilisi on July 23, the organizers of the forum said....
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Georgian PM names new ministers of his government

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has named several new ministers of his government....
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Georgia’s EU Association Agreement not to hamper trade relations with Armenia

Tbilisi believes that the signing of the EU Association Agreement will not hamper Georgia’s trade-economic relations with CIS states, particularly with Armenia....
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Georgia has no plans to introduce visas for Armenian visitors

In response to an inquiry of the Armenian embassy in Tbilisi, Georgian Foreign Ministry said Georgia has no plans to introduce a visa regime with Armenia, according to Armenian Foreign Ministry.

Georgian FM to attend ministerial meeting as part of EU Eastern Partnership program

Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze will participate in a meeting of foreign ministers of the participating countries of the EU "Eastern Partnership" program, to be held in Brussels on July 22. ...
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Georgian Orthodox Church considers unacceptable the attack on the Armenian Church in Tbilisi

Previously was reported that on July 19, 2014, a pre-planned attack was perpetrated on the representatives of the Armenian Church of St. Etchmiadzin located in Tbilisi, which was motivated by ethnic and religious hatred. As reports “Armenpress”, this was stated in a press release issued by the Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Holy Church in Georgia. The statement in particular runs as follows: ...
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Bus overturns in Georgia, dead and injured reported

19 people were injured and one was killed as passenger bus overturned in Eastern Georgia. ...
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Georgian PM rules out possibility of early parliamentary elections

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has ruled out the possibility of holding early elections in the country before the 2016 parliamentary elections....
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Georgia to receive financial aid up to 410 million euros from EU

A memorandum of understanding was signed between Georgia and the EU as part of the Single Support Framework (SSF) on Friday night at the Georgian parliament building in the city of Kutaisi....
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Georgia tightens visa regime from September

Georgia tightens visa regime for entering foreigners as of September. Additional procedures and documents will be required for entry to the country, and it is planned to establish visa regime with some countries. ...
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Electricity tariffs in Georgia not to be significantly increased

The development of a new tariff methodology have been completed in the electricity sector in Gerogia, although it is still unknown whether the current rate will be changed....
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Security heads of former Georgian president and his wife summon to prosecutor's office

Former employees of Special State Protection Service were summoned to the Georgia's Prosecutor's Office....
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Russian companies interested in using Georgia’s railways

Russian companies are showing interest in using the railways of Georgia. ...
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"Georgian Dream" coalition wins municipal elections in Georgia

The ruling Georgian Dream coalition won in the second round of the municipal elections in Georgia, held on July 12, head of the country's Central Election Commission (CEC), Tamar Zhvania said after vote counting in all polling stations....
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