Ramaz Shengelia dies of heart attack at the age 55
Famous Georgian footballer, one of the best forwards in Georgian football, Ramaz Shengelia died of sudden hearty attack at the age of 55. Ramaz Shengelia played in the FC Torpedo and FC Tbilisi Dinamo at various times. He became the champion of the USSR in 1978 at the same time winning the title of the best forward and best footballer of the year. In 1980 Shengelia won European Championship within the U20 team of USSR. In 1981, the victory of the Cup of Cups by Dinamo was up to Shengelia too. Ramaz Shengelia also played World Championship within the USSR team.
The President of Georgia has downplayed the political speculations that followed the statement made by the Interior Minister Aleksandre Chikaidze a few days ago. The Minister said there were groups in Georgia`s regions...
Foreign Minister of Denmark Martin Lidegaard pays official visit to Georgia. The first meeting within the visit to the country was held with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. Maia Panjikidze and Martin Lidegaard ...
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili has commented on the statement made by the Interior Minister Aleksandre Chikaidze, who said some political groups might be preparing for organizing disorders in the country.
Chairpersons of the parliaments of the European Union`s member states have adopted a resolution on Russia`s actions towards Ukraine and the invasion of Crimea. The document says that `Europe in 21st century is no place for forceful change of borders`.
Personal driver of Georgia`s former president Mikheil Saakashvili has called on the Chief Prosecutor`s Office to interrogate him as soon as possible. Mamuka Kusikashvili says he was banned from leaving the borders of Georgia due to the ongoing investigation.
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili welcomes the opening of the Embassy of Slovakia in Georgia, which started to work officially today - was mentioned today, at the meeting between the Prime Minister of Georgia and the Vice-Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčák.