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Monday, September 26, 2011, #182 (2450)

Conference in Kazakhstan Promotes Green Economy

On September 21-23, Kazakhstan’s capital Astana hosted the seventh "Environment for Europe" Ministerial Conference to discuss water issues and 'greening' (more)

Georgia Dismisses Tuvalu's Recognition of Breakaway Regions

One of the smallest countries in the world, Tuvalu, has created a name for itself in Georgia. Based on the information of Russian officials and the media, (more)

Expected Russian "Tandem" Reshuffle


Tourism Careers Heavily Promoted


President Talks Agriculture, Jobs and Rudeness


Netherlands and Georgia Cooperate on Environment in Adjara


The News in Brief

"NASA Shuttle Debris Misses Georgia" (more)


War to Flare Again?

Georgia exists in a strange reality. Its government declared tourism a priority for the country meanwhile one-fifth of its territory is occupied by a neighboring (more)

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"English language teaching improvements" (more)

Are you expecting any changes in Georgian-Russian relations, if Vladimir Putin is re-elected as the Russian President?
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