Tbilisi Appeal Court releases statement on Ivanishvili`s case
Tbilisi Appeal Court has released a statement regarding the ruling taken on the appeal of Bidzina Ivanishvili, the leader of the Georgian Dream Coalition, who is seeking his double citizenship. In the statement, the court defines the reasons of the decision, which left the ruling of the Tbilisi City Court in force and did not satisfy the appeal. The statement says hat the Appeal Chamber approved the explanations of the first instance court that the grounds determined by the article N32 of Georgia`s organic law on Georgian Citizenship refers equally on those persons, who are the citizens of Georgia and those foreign citizens, who have been granted the citizenship of Georgia on the grounds of the exception rule.
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili says Georgia is worthily represented at the UN General Assembly. The Prime Minister talked with the journalists about the meetings held in New York and about the speech he is going to deliver at the UN General Assembly later today.
The Georgian Prime Minister will deliver a speech at the 69th UN General Assembly today - in his speech, Irakli Garibashvili will touch every topical issue for Georgia today. He will review Georgia`s foreign policy priorities, reforms and the situation inside the country.
Georgia will join the International Arms Trade Treaty in New York today. Maia Panjikidze has praised this fact as a very special event. The delegation of the government of Georgia holds meetings within the UN General Assembly in New York.
Tbilisi mayor Davit Narmania announced at the meeting of the capital`s government today that the contract signed between the City Park Company and the Tbilisi government in 2006 would be examined by an international audit company.
The New York Times is the second American newspaper after the Foreign Policy, which has reported Georgia`s offer to the U.S. administration on hosting training center for U.S.-led anti-Islamic operations.
The Council for State Security and Crisis management of Georgia has denied the reports by the Foreign Policy newspaper on Georgia`s offer to host a training facility for the Syrian rebels as a part of the U.S.-led war against Islamic State militants in both Syria and Iraq.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Panjikidze held meeting with her counterparts from nine different countries during her visit to New York. The delegation of Georgia is visiting the United States within the 69th UN General Assembly.