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Monday, August 24, 2015, #163 (3441)

Archeological excavations on world-important Grakliani hill continues

Tbilisi States University has dismissed speculations over the suspension of archeological excavations on Grakliani hill, eastern Georgia, in the Kaspi Municipality, where a couple of days ago a 2,700 year old unidentified writing was found that might change sections of both Georgian and the world history. (more)

UNM and eleven non-parliamentary opposition parties boycott by-elections for two MP seats

The opposition minority party, the United National Movement (UNM) has stated that it shared the approach of eleven non-parliamentary opposition parties over the boycotting of by-elections in the Martvili and Sagarejo regions scheduled at the end of September. (more)

Import and Export decreases in Georgia in first seven months of this year


Devastating storm leaves several villages isolated in Racha


The News in Brief

"Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Visits China" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

NATO General Secretary pays his first official visit to Georgia on August 26-27

The General Secretary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Jens Stoltenberg, is scheduled to pay his first official visit to Georgia on August 26-27, Georgia’s Foreign Ministry (MFA) has informed. (more)

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