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Wednesday, March 15, 2017, #051 (3843)

“All offenders of Batumi unrest must be punished”

Georgia’s Prime Minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, commented on the recent developments in Georgia’s Black Sea city of Batumi during a government meeting on Tuesday and stated that all the offenders who caused the unrest and clashes must be held responsible. (more)

Foreign Ministry says NATO report highlights Georgia’s importance

Georgia’s Foreign Ministry says the report of the NATO Secretary General names Georgia as one of the alliance’s most significant partners. (more)

President to discuss surveillance draft law


Georgia’s President launches ‘Constitution for All’ campaign


The News in Brief

"Azerbaijan Does Not Recognize Abkhazia Polls" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Opposition summons Energy Minister to Parliament

The parliamentary opposition once again summoned Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze to Parliament to answer questions over the new gas deal between Georgia and Russia’s energy giant Gazprom, as well as the minister’s most recent statement that gas tariffs may increase. (more)

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