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Wednesday, July 22, 2015, #140 (3418)

Tusk advises Georgia not to be provoked by Russia’s provocations

European Council President Donald Tusk states that installing new demarcation signposts by Russians and the de-facto Tskhinvali leadership close to the Tbilisi-Gori central motorway is definitely provocative and does not help to build trust. (more)

Socar Gas Georgia dismisses speculations over gas suspension from Azerbaijan

The company Socar Gas Georgia dismisses speculations concerning a possible suspension of gas provision from Azerbaijan since several large oil provider companies in Georgia, including Socar, ... (more)

Extraordinary meeting held in Ergneti following tensions between Tskhinvali and Tbilisi


Swiss Embassy offers online visa applications


National Museum hosted Irina Gabiani’s video art


The News in Brief

"U.S. Congress soon to start deliberating on supplying weapons to Georgia – Former U.S. Ambassador" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Majority drafts resolution over Russia’s recent aggressive actions

The parliamentary majority has revealed a resolution draft in terms of the recent moving of the so-called administrative border by Russians. (more)

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