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Thursday, December 15, 2016, #247 (3781)

EU officials positive on Georgia’s visa waiver

Late on December 13, the Council of Europe and the European Parliament reached a political agreement on Georgia’s visa-free travel in the EU’s passport free Schengen Zone which meant that several more - mainly formal - steps are left before the final vote on Georgia’s visa liberalization in January. (more)

More controversy in opposition party

Georgia’s main opposition party, the United National Movement (UNM), reduced its central office staff by 20 people, which led to even more open disagreement within the party members. (more)

Preventive measures to reduce flu viruses


Gov’t to present plan to rescue lari


The News in Brief

"Another Georgian dies in Syria" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Road infrastructure as a priority

Both the previous United National Movement (UNM) and current Georgian Dream governments claimed that improving the country’s road infrastructure was one of their key priorities. (more)

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