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Wednesday, October 8 2008, #191 (1707)

A little bit more returns to Georgia

Russian soldiers are leaving their checkpoint in Karaleti village, near the Georgian town Gori (more)

Kazakhstan may sell gas assets in Georgia

KazTransGas may become another of the Kazakh businesses to pull out of Georgia after the August conflict. (more)

USAID unveils new grants programmes

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced the details of its new development grant programmes for Georgia on October 7. (more)

We must be more energetic, discussion concludes

On October 6 the Open Society Georgia Foundation and the Eurasian Partnership Fund organized a round table discussion (more)

The News in Brief

Parliament approves composition of Commission for Studying August Events (more)


To MAP or not to MAP

NATOs doors are wide open to Georgia (!) but it seems that the country has little chance (more)

Press Scanner

"Russia will grow bolder if Georgia does not get MAP" (more)

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