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Friday, June 1, 2012, #103 (2619)

US Senator meets with opposition and civil society

US Senator Richard Durbin, the second-highest ranking Democrat in the US Senate, has expressed interest in the Georgian election campaign during his two-day official visit. (more)

Georgia receives financing for energy, SMEs

Prime Minister Nika Gilauri has announced a Euro 57 million agreement with German Development Minister Dirk Niebel – one part issued as a grant and the other as cheap debt. (more)

Rumours swirl around Kaladze's link to match-fixing scandal


IATF discourages government dismissals during campaign period


Time to put children high on everybody’s agenda


The Government of the Netherlands and UNHCR determined to support durable solutions for the displaced


Georgia and Niger have established diplomatic relations


CARE marks International Children’s Day with youth forum in Gori


GPA launches new projects to support print media


The News in Brief

"Saakashvili speaks at UN Alliance of Civilizations forum" (more)


Can a public servant support the opposition?

The most recent scandal in Georgia is that of the sudden dismissal of NAEC Director Maia Miminoshvili by the Minister of Education. (more)

Press Scanner

"Georgians looking for economic solutions from next election" (more)

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