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Thursday, May 21, 2015, #097 (3375)

Donald Tusk: Georgia might get visa liberalization in 2016

Head of the European Council, Donald Tusk, claims that Georgians might enjoy the visa-free regime within the European states in 2016. However, according to him it is not an official promise. (more)

NATO Parliamentary Assembly says Georgia deserved MAP

NATO’s “Open Door” policy is a powerful instrument to achieve peace in Europe, NATO Deputy Secretary General Ambassador Alexander Vershbow said addressing the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Spring Session, on May 18. (more)

Supreme Court chair launches reforms


IMF representative says Lari devaluation was necessary


Regional Civil Society Network Launches a Civic Week


National Competition for Students in International Humanitarian Law


The News in Brief

"Nearly 3,000 crimes registered in April" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Independence Day without parade

The current Georgian government will celebrate Georgia’s Independence Day on May 26 for the third time without a military parade. (more)

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