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Wednesday, October 7, 2015, #195 (3473)

“It was hard to accept that Georgia has been removed from US political radars,” President says

The President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili, has stressed that Georgian problems “have been removed from the United States’ political radars”. (more)

United National Movement demands the initiation of early parliamentary elections

The opposition party, United National Movement (UNM), is demanding the scheduling of early parliamentary elections, and has started negotiations with other political parties regarding the issue. (more)

Government responds KazTransGas Company warnings


Ex-US Ambassador remains skeptical over Georgia’s MAP at Warsaw Summit


The News in Brief

"Competition slightly increased in Georgia’s fuel market in 2013-2014" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Four times more Georgians die in accidents than in developed countries

Nodar Javakhishvili, the Minister of Infrastructure of Georgia, has stated that various Georgian ministries had jointly developed a National Strategy for Road Safety and a five-year Action Plan that outlined its implementation. (more)

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