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Wednesday, October 14, 2015, #200 (3478)

Energy Minister says Georgia will get electricity - not gas - from Gazprom

“Our government - as well as previous governments - cooperated with Gazprom and there were no problems about this,” stated the Energy Minister, Kakha Kaladze, concerning ongoing talks with Gazprom, the largest natural gas provider company of Russia. (more)

Living conditions unchanged in Georgia, NDI survey says

A nationwide poll has been released by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and CRRC Georgia, which found that Georgians believe their living conditions have stayed the same (47 percent) or worsened (43 percent) over the last year. (more)

NATO continues to claim its door is open for Georgia


Leading state bodies offer jobs to Georgian students with Gov’t financed foreign education


The News in Brief

"Georgian PM Reaffirms ‘Friendly, Strategic’ Relations with Azerbaijan" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Constitutional Court vs Gov’t backed bill

The Constitutional Court of Georgia has temporarily suspended the functioning of a special agency controlling Georgia’s financial institutions instead of the National Bank of Georgia (NBG). (more)

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