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Monday, June 29, 2015, #123 (3401)

President to veto bill over NBG if confirmed by parliament

The President will veto the bill initiated by the majority members over the stripping the National Bank of Georgia (NBG) of its supervisory function to financial institutions as the bill might affect Georgia’s international image. (more)

Georgia condemns terrorist attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait

Georgia is concerned by the terrorist attacks that claimed innocent lives in France, Tunisia and Kuwait on June 26 and condemns terrorism in all its forms. (more)

U.S state departments issues report on human rights protection in Georgia


Reforms to be carried out in Interior Ministry


The News in Brief

"U.S. Warship Makes Port Visit in Batumi" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Does terrorism have no future?

Minister of Defence Tina Khidasheli has stated in response to the recent fatal terrorist acts in France, Tunisia and Kuwait that terrorism has no future. (more)

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