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Thursday, March 17, 2016, #053 (3587)

Russia’s Karasin: Forthcoming elections in Georgia are a threat

“The main threats today in Georgia are the forthcoming parliamentary elections and the growing anti-Russian rhetoric,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin said before meeting Georgian Prime Minister's Special Representative Zurab Abashidze in Prague on March 16. (more)

US Secretary of State John Kerry intends to visit Georgia

US Secretary of State John Kerry said he is planning to visit Georgia in early June this year. (more)

PM calls gives tasks to Education & Interior ministers over Tbilisi State University


Prosecutor’s Office charges five people over secret recordings


The News in Brief

"More tangible support must be given not only to Ukraine, but also to Moldova and Georgia - Linas Linkevicius" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Ombudsman says bill on early and pre-school education lacks ‘vital’ parts

The Ombudsman, Ucha Nanuashvili, has released a statement claiming that on February 3 he addressed the Speaker of Parliament with a proposal to make amendments to the bill on early and pre-school upbringing and education. (more)

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