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.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has reaffirmed support to Georgia`s territorial integrity and sovereignty. At the press conference held in Brussels today, Secretary General said the position of the Alliance in regards with Georgia-Russia relations remained unchanged.
Ukraine may face parliamentary crisis - parliamentary opposition disrupted the session of the Verkhovna RADA today as the opposition MPs blocked the rostrum preventing the majority MPs to deliver speeches.
Director of Informational-Analytical Department Davit Sujashvili met with the head of EU monitoring mission to Georgia Toivo Klaar, political advisor Aleksandra Ragonin and liaison officer Martin Kulishek.
Government of Georgia will have a new strategy and action plan for human rights - Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili announced at the presentation of the new strategy today. Irakli Gharibashvili said the plan would include detailed description of the terms and conditions for the implementation of this strategy.
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Ukraine remains in the focus of international society - demonstrations continue in the streets of Kiev as opposition`s demands remain in force - after the failure to impeach the government by the vote on no confidence yesterday...
NATO`s Rasmussen and U.S.`s Kerry urge the Ukraine government to uphold freedom of expression and listen to its people after the country`s decision to spurn closer ties with the European Union under pressure from Russia - Rasmussen and Kerry made this statement at the briefing held in Brussels yesterday.