Wednesday, July 29 2009, #141 (1907)
Culture & Events
Live Georgia Updates
Government starts “public dialogue”
The Georgian Government has started what it calls a “public dialogue”.
De facto authorities criticise Joe Biden’s statements
“The attempts of the USA to make Georgia a democratic state are predestined
Prospective Ombudsmen stake their claims
UNDP helps local governments run their affairs
The News in Brief
"Germany and Poland publish recommendations for their citizens"
The Constitutional merry-go-round goes on
On the initiative of President Saakashvili Parliament has started working
Tbilisi will no longer receive freight transit trains
Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan argue about the oil fields in the Caspian Sea bed
"Georgian citizen killed in Grozny explosion"
Culture & Event
Georgian Words of the Day
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