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Thursday, June 11, 2015, #111 (3389)

Citizens from ninety-four countries can stay in Georgia for a year without visa

The Georgian government has revealed new approach towards those who can visit Georgia without visas. (more)

OSCE advises Georgia to make lawmaking process more flexible and transparent

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) says in its latest report on Georgia that the country needs a more flexible, transparent and inclusive lawmaking process. (more)

UNM offers ‘revolutionary’ anti-crisis plan


Bar Association concerned over statements made by high-rank officials


Women’s Information Center turns 15


The News in Brief

"Georgian Consulate opens in Denmark" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Russian cynicism still finds Georgia

Russia has revealed the following, cynical approach towards Georgia. (more)

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