President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili visited Shatili today. Shatili is a historic highland village in Georgia, near the border with Chechnya. It is located on the northern slope of the Greater Caucasus mountains, in the historical Georgian province of Upper Khevsureti, which is now part of the modern-day region of Mtskheta-Mtianeti. President visited the historic monument of the middle-ages, which consists of 35 towers; three of them were damaged by disaster. President demanded more information about the project of the rehabilitation works on the cultural monument. Director of the Cultural Heritage Protection Agency, Nikoloz Vacheishvili guided the president in Shatili today. The restoration works begins in two days and it aims returning the original face to the oldest complex.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has accused Russia of open support to pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine, saying this support caused the crash of the Malaysian plane in Ukraine. Kerry has also called on the Russia authorities to take responsibility...
Georgian Parliament, convened on July 18 for an extraordinary sitting to ratify Association Agreement with the EU, started its session with observing a moment of silence for those killed in the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine on July 17.
New details have been found in the case of Erosi Kitsmarishvili`s death. Georgia`s National Expertise Bureau has released preliminary results of its conclusion regarding the death of the co-founder of Rustavi 2 TV Company.