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Monday, September 8, 2014, #173 (3196)

NATO recognizes Georgia’s efforts, approves substantive package

NATO member states have agreed to a substantive package for Georgia, which as Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen explained will help Georgia to better prepare for alliance membership. (more)

Tough weapons law initiated

PM Irakli Garibashvili has dismissed suggestions that the country’s crime rate has spiked in recent months and accused the opposition and media in stoking fear and sensationalism over the issue. (more)

Georgia will send humanitarian aid to Ukraine


Minister: KaZantip music festival a failure


The News in Brief

"Chuck Hagel visits Georgia" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Who will suppress Russia’s latest incursion?

Now that the Wales NATO summit is over, politicians, analysts, journalists and ordinary people are left guessing what the outcome of the summit will be, a summit that was supposed to provide answers to many questions. (more)

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