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Wednesday, November 22, 2017, #229 (4021)

US State Department Approves Sale of Anti-Tank Missiles to Georgia

The US State Department has given the green light for the sale of Javelin anti-tank missiles and command launch units to Georgia. (more)

Georgia’s Envoy to Russia Calls for More Dialogue with “Difficult Neighbor”

Georgia’s Special Envoy to Russia, Zurab Abashidze, has called for increased dialogue with the Kremlin to help tackle many of the thorny issues that continue to sharply divide Moscow and Tbilisi. (more)

Georgia’s Public Defender Says He’s Not Tied to Selection of “Tolerance Defenders”


KazTransGas Says 82 Georgians Died from CO2 Poisoning in 2015-17


Regional Cheese Festival Preserves Unique Traditions in Tbilisi


The News in Brief

"Abolishing EU, NATO Minister’s Office without Consultations “Unacceptable”" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

South Ossetia’s Secessionist Authorities Close Border Checkpoint for Public Holiday

Georgia’s breakaway region South Ossetia announced Tuesday that it would unilaterally close its lone border checkpoint with Georgia from November 22 ... (more)

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