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UNESCO made a decision to remove the Bagrati Cathedral in Kutaisi from the list of world cultural heritage sites, a statement of the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia said on Wednesday.
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In the latest sign of the influence of Georgia's virtual civil society, many Georgians have turned to posting on Facebook their photos and the number of their signature on a petition to the government in a bid to bring to justice the participants of a mob-attack on participants in a May 17 anti-homophobia demonstration .
To note, an Azerbaijani Railways Company representative had recently stated that the aforesaid railway link will be launched at the end of 2014.
ARMENIAN YOUTH VISITED THE JEWISH SYNAGOGUE AND THE MUSLIM MOSQUE IN TBILISI Diocese of Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Holy Church in Georgia On 14 June, 2013 the "Hayartun" Cultural Center of the Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Georgia organized the visit of young representatives of the Armenian community in Georgia to the Synagogue and ... (more)
Representative delegation of Ukraine headed by the Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Vilkul will visit Georgia on June 24-25, Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Pandzhikidze said on Tuesday at a joint briefing with the Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kozhara.
Georgian Foreign Ministry hopes that Ukraine, chairing the OSCE, will make a "significant contribution" to the resolution of conflicts in the South Caucasus, Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Pandzhikidze said on Tuesday in Tbilisi at a joint news conference with Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kozhara.
The regular meeting of the head of Information-Analytical department of Georgian Interior Ministry David Sujashvili with the representatives of European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia was held at the Interior Ministry of Georgia.
TBILISI, Georgia -- IFC will provide "Finca Georgia," $ 4 million to help increase lending to micro and small-sized businesses with a network of branches in Georgia.
Demonstrators gather outside Georgia's presidential palace in Tbilisi in July 2011 to protest over a notorious 2011 case in which the government used secret materials to accuse three Georgian journalists of spying for Russia.
Alleged terror plots, thwarted by Georgian police, have became a fresh stick with which to bash political rivals in divided Georgia.
Russia is prepared to liberate visa regime with Georgia - Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Gregory Karasin has announced.
Georgian border guards on patrol near the Russian frontier. Two decades after independence, Georgia still lacks fully demarcated borders with Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.
The Taliban have scored a major propaganda victory by focusing attacks on Georgian troops based in Helmand province.