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Friday, May 5, 2017, #086 (3878)

Putin’s meeting with South Ossetia ‘leader’ is illegitimate

The Ambassador of the United States (US) to Georgia, Ian Kelly, has assessed the meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the so-called President of Georgia’s breakaway South Ossetia as ‘illegitimate.’ (more)

Tbilisi denounces so-called protocol between breakaway Abkhazia and Italy

The Georgian government says that the so-called protocol signed by the de facto Mayor of occupied Sokhumi (Abkhazia) and one of the cities of Italy several days ago is illegitimate and has no connection to Italy’s recognition of Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial Integrity. (more)

Georgia-Israel mark 25th anniversary of diplomatic ties


Court sentences two former ministers to imprisonment


US Government will not support Georgian occupied territories independence


The News in Brief

"Georgia’s rugby captain leaves national team" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Education and Agriculture ministries may deal

Georgia’s Minister of Education, Aleksandre Jejelava, who quite often attracts media interest with his extraordinary statements and modern views about education and upbringings, says he dreams about introducing healthy food to schools. (more)

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