President attended Valeri Meladze`s concert in Batumi
Famous Georgian singer, Valeri Meladze, who lives in Russia, held a concert on Batumi Piazza last night. Valeri Meladze sang his hits and several popular Georgian songs for the spectators. President Saakashvili, who was one of the authors of the idea of the concert, was also present at the concert. It was a charitable event and the money profited from the concert will be transferred to the accounts of orphanages in Georgia. The singer thanked the organizers of the concert, president for its idea and Catholicos Patriarch for blessing him.
The Ilia Chavchavadze monument in Tsitsamuri will be rehabilitated - the minister of infrastructure and regional development opened the reconstruction works today. The project is funded with about half a million GEL from the state budget and in includes...
Mikheil Giorgadze, who has been nominated as the candidate for the minister of culture of Georgia, had to respond to the allegations on the day of his nomination - the allegations refer to the activities of the Eastern Promotion Company...
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Kakha Kandelaki may be nominated as the candidate for the minister of culture of Georgia - the founder of the Eastern Promotion Company has confirmed that he was offered this position, but abstains from naming the person who did this.
According to media reports, Chorbishop of Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia Jakob (Konstantine Iakobashvili) made illegal political calls during Sunday sermon containing signs of pre-election campaign - the statement released by some non-governmental organizations says.
The delegation of the government of Georgia has concluded its visit to Brussels. The Prime Minister and the Georgian ministers paid their last visit to the Royal Museum of Art and History of Belgium [Musées Royaux d`Art et d`Histoire], where a special reception was held in honor of the delegation and the upcoming celebrations for the Independence Day of Georgia.
The administration of the Patriarch of Georgia has released a special statement a day before the events that are intended to be held in Tbilisi on the International Day Against Homophobia, which a year ago crew into the clashes between the LGBT supporters and the worshipers led by clergymen.