The Prime Time Georgian newspaper has launched the Week of Memory in honor of the soldiers killed in the August war in 2008. Various events including the symbolical Red Poppies rally have been scheduled for the week.
Georgian painter Gia Bughadze gave today the painting classes to the children of the soldiers killed in the war. He was giving professional advises to the children while they were painting. The pictures by the children will be exhibited in the TBC Gallery tomorrow.
A photo and video exhibition titled - Georgia`s Stolen History- also opened at the National Museum in Tbilisi today. The documentary materials exhibited at the exposition depict Georgia before and after the Russian occupation.
Russian helicopters have violated Georgian airspace - several helicopters flew over the Georgian controlled territory from the occupied Tskhinvali Region yesterday and from the occupied Abkhazia today.
President of Georgia paid tribute to the memory of Georgian national hero, Zhiuli Shartava on his 70th anniversary. Giorgi Margvelashvili announced at the memorial today that by commemorating Zhiuli Shartava, he was also paying tribute to all, who fell in the tragedy of Abkhazia.
Today the first National Hero of independent Georgia – Zhiuli Shartava would become 70 years old. Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili together with Defence Minister Irakli Alasania, other members of Georgian Government and MPs paid a tribute to the memory of Zhiuli Shartava at Saburtalo Pantheon.
Parliament of Georgia has adopted the resolution on Ukraine - the draft resolution was proposed by the parliamentary majority. The majority and the minority debated on some points of the resolution during past two days, as the opposition was demanding insertion of the paragraph in the document on imposing sanctions to Russia.
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili calls on the Ukrainian government to ignore the recommendations by the ex-president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili. In the interview with Georgian Public Broadcaster, Prime Minister recollected the developments in Georgia in 2008...