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Statement of the Foreign Ministry of Georgia

10.08.12 14:20

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia has released an official statement regarding the visit of the Russian Prime Minister, Dmitri Medvedev to Georgia`s occupied Tskhinvali Region two days ago.

`On 8 August 2012, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev illegally entered the sovereign Georgian territory to visit occupied Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia, Georgia. This act was done in violation of international legal norms and principles, as well as the Georgian legislation and particularly the Law on the Occupied Territories.

The context and tone of Russia`s Prime Minister`s visit aims at backing up the argument of the so-called South Ossetia`s illusory "independence" from Georgia. Back on August 26, 2008 Kremlin took a decision to recognize two Georgian provinces - Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia - in a last-ditch effort to create political cover to the blatant military aggression. Now Russia is finding herself virtually isolated in this decision. The efforts to buy international support through intimidation and incentives have not yielded significant results. So, the visits like Mr. Medvedev`s trip to Tskhinvli are used for internal and limited external face-saving purposes.

Kremlin must be aware that the international position on Georgia`s territorial integrity is unshaken, while Georgia develops and looks into the future, where the torn social fabric of the divided communities will heal and in which there is no place for the occupying force,` the statement says.

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Rasmussen outlines key points of cooperation with Georgia

01.09.14 17:33

A few days before the summit in Wales, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen mentioned Georgia when briefing about the Alliance plans for the future. He reiterated that Georgia would receive a new package at the Summit in Wales, which would bring the country closer to the Alliance.More...video clip 

Tbilisi hosts international forum

01.09.14 11:17

`Georgia was punished for its free choice", - the President of Georgia announced at the international forum of leaders - The forum entitled `Building a Modern State in 21st Century - Georgia`. The forum was opened by President Margvelashvili. More...video clip 

UN 69th session to be attended by the Prime Minister of Georgia

01.09.14 12:50

The Georgian Prime Minister will chair the delegation of Georgia at the UN 69th session, instead of President Margvelashvili - deputy foreign minister of Georgia, Davit Zalkaliani stated at today`s briefing.More...video clip 

Parliament to resume work in Tbilisi tomorrow

01.09.14 17:56

The autumn session of the parliament will be opened tomorrow in Tbilisi. The reconstructed building of the parliament is ready to receive the lawmakers. More...video clip 

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Politicians comment on Saakashvili`s case

01.09.14 12:26

The politicians have made different assessments of the reports on possible decision of the prosecutor`s office to declare former president Mikheil Saakashvili internationally wanted. Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze says this process will in no way affect Georgia`s relations with partners and any legal decision taken by the prosecutor`s office...More...video clip 

A part of the EU Association Agreement enforced temporarily

01.09.14 11:46

Most of the essential parts of the EU Association Agreement with Georgia temporarily enter into force from today. According to the terms and conditions of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA), all Georgian made products will be freed of the customs fee when exported to EU market...More...video clip 

New visa regulations are enforced from today

01.09.14 11:31

The Law of Georgia on the Legal Status of Aliens and Stateless Persons enters into force on September 1st 2014.More...video clip 

Georgian PM expects adequate response from NATO

29.08.14 13:46

The Georgian Prime Minister says the government of Georgia is expecting adequate response from the NATO member nations at the upcoming summit in Wales. According to Irakli Gharibashvili, the government worked hard during the past two years to achieve maximum effect and therefore, they expect adequate response to the work done.More...

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