Non-stop rains cause collapse of a church wall in Tbilisi
Last weekend`s non-stop rains have caused a collapse of a wall of the Armenian Church on Vertskhli Street in Tbilisi last night. The ruins of the wall fell on a house beside the church and damaged its wall too. Luckily, the collapse caused no casualties. Locals say the church was damaged and it failed to stand the disaster. The church was built in 1701 but it did not function any longer.
Within the official visit to the United States, Prime Minister of Georgia held meeting with Georgian immigrants in New York on Thursday. Over 200 Georgians residing in the U.S. were attending the meeting with Georgian Prime Minister, who spoke about the political processes...
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili continues visit to the United States. Prime Minister delivered a speech at the Columbia University yesterday. Irakli Gharibashvili spoke about the reforms that have been already...
President`s visit to Armenia continues. Giorgi Margvelashvili has already met with the President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan. The presidents discussed the issues of enhancing bilateral cooperation and expressed their hope that the kind neighborly relations would be continued in the future.
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Ex-minister of defense of Georgia Davit Kezerashvili has been freed by the French court - the judge ruled on the case of the defendant today rejecting the motion of the Georgian prosecutor`s office on his extradition to Georgia.
Vice Prime Minister of Georgia Kakha Kaladze has slammed the United National Movement. Kakha Kaladze made a special statement at the briefing, where he said the UNM was a politically irresponsible group of people, who only think about promoting themselves and never care about the processes in their country, neither in Ukraine.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia has hailed the meetings held by Georgian Prime Minister in the United States - Maia Panjikidze says the government of Georgia has been granted full support from the United States.