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.
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.
Weather forecast predicts fell of temperature and frosts in almost all regions of Georgia. The strong wind started to blow yesterday and it still continues, though meteorologists forecast that it will weaken by the end of the day, while the temperature will continue to fell.
Strong wind has damaged the roof of the Public Service Hall in Tbilisi. Some parts of the damaged construction fell in the centrance hall of the building. The citizens and the staff of the Service Hall have been promptly evacuated from the building.
Members of the United National Movement have arrived in Kiev to support the protestors rallying against the government`s rejection on EU association deal. Giorgi Baramidze, Davit Sakvarelidze and Sergo Ratiani told reporters before the departure that they were obliged to support the people of Ukraine in such important moment...
European Commission has published the document on initialing Association and Trade agreement with Georgia and Moldova. The text of the document has been published on the official website of the European Commission today.