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Wednesday, June 25, 2014, #121 (3144)

Still no consensus on granting MAP to Georgia

Georgia should expect more support from NATO, but it is still not clear whether the country should have hopes for receiving the Membership Action Plan (MAP) or not. It is obvious that the alliance members struggle to achieve consensus on Georgia’s future membership. (more)

Georgia and the EU: Russia’s next move

Russia is going to make relations deeper with the occupied South Ossetia once Georgia signs the Association Agreement (AA) with the EU. (more)

Georgian Dream returns money to donor organizations


Ugulava demands announcement of run-off date


Ambassador Norland Visits Supsa Fusion Center (June 24)


The News in Brief

"South Ossetia parliament to discuss joining Russia" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

MAP unlikely for Georgia

Even the most optimistic analysts in Georgia are frustrated by the information spread by Reuters several days ago stating that Georgia should not expect to receive MAP at the NATO Wales summit in September. (more)

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