Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs reports details of Clinton`s visit
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Nino Kalandadze reported the details of the visit of U.S. Secretary of State to Georgia. Kalandadze said the agenda of the visit has not been determined yet, however, it has been already reported that Mrs. Clinton will arrive in the city of Batumi on June 5th and attend the summarizing meeting of the U.S. -Georgia Strategic Partnership Charter.
`Meetings of four working groups, which operate within the Strategic Partnership Charter will be also held in Batumi - they are the groups working in the sphere of defense and security, democracy and governance, economics, energy and trade and people and culture relationships,` Nino Kalandadze said.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has reaffirmed support to Georgia`s territorial integrity and sovereignty. At the press conference held in Brussels today, Secretary General said the position of the Alliance in regards with Georgia-Russia relations remained unchanged.
Ukraine may face parliamentary crisis - parliamentary opposition disrupted the session of the Verkhovna RADA today as the opposition MPs blocked the rostrum preventing the majority MPs to deliver speeches.
Director of Informational-Analytical Department Davit Sujashvili met with the head of EU monitoring mission to Georgia Toivo Klaar, political advisor Aleksandra Ragonin and liaison officer Martin Kulishek.
Government of Georgia will have a new strategy and action plan for human rights - Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili announced at the presentation of the new strategy today. Irakli Gharibashvili said the plan would include detailed description of the terms and conditions for the implementation of this strategy.
Ukraine remains in the focus of international society - demonstrations continue in the streets of Kiev as opposition`s demands remain in force - after the failure to impeach the government by the vote on no confidence yesterday...
Public Service Hall in Tbilisi remains closed today after the strong wind damaged the building`s outer part of the roof yesterday. The citizens will submit documents in the Rustavi and Mtskheta public service halls - both offices will in emergency state today.