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Thursday, July 2, 2015, #126 (3404)

Moscow withdraws from its agreement with Georgia on transferring inmates

Georgia President’s adviser on international relations, Tengiz Pkhaladze, says Russia is a big and constant threat to Georgia, and Moscow abolishing some random agreements with Tbilisi cannot be considered overly important. (more)

UEFA Super Cup tickets to be sold from booking offices

Georgian Football Federation made a statement regarding the UEFA Super Cup ticket sale. From next week, tickets will be sold in booking-offices. (more)

Georgians living in Greece enjoy free consular services for three days


Parliament’s Human Rights Committee supports partial decriminalization of marijuana


British Community in Georgia in Aid of Tbilisi Floods


The News in Brief

"Rustavi smelter plant fires hundreds of employees due to lawsuit" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Greece hardship and Georgia

The international media reads that the Greek government is in last-minute talks over whether to accept an offer that would let Greece repay part of its debt. (more)

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