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EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia extended for two years

According to the official webpage of the EUMM, the mandate of the European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM Georgia) has been extended for two years until 14 December 2016.
"Through the EU Monitoring Mission, the EU is providing solid support for peace and stability in the region. The



European commission to allocate 46 million Euro for Georgia

The European Commission will allocate 46 million Euro for Georgia. The official website of the commission has released this information.
According to the commission, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial affairs Pier Moscovic has signed the memorandum.
“The European Union supports Georgia’s economic reforms. We support maintaining Georgia’s macroeconomic



Hungary ratifies Georgia’s Association Agreement with EU

After President of Hungary, Yanosh Ader signed the document, the ratified versions of the Association Agreements of Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova with the EU, have become valid.
The Parliament of Hungary reportedly ratified the landmark deals with the three countries on Nov. 25; however, only after the President signed



U.S. Journalist killed in Yemen

American photojournalist Luke Somers was killed during a failed rescue attempt in Yemen.
Somers had been held by al-Qaeda militants following his abduction in Yemen's capital of Sanaa in September 2013.
Hagel, speaking from Kabul where he made a surprise visit Saturday, confirmed the British-born hostage's death following an



Tamar Beruchashvili meets James Appathurai

Georgia’s Foreign Minister Tamar Beruchashvili held a meeting with Special Representative of NATO Secretary General for Central Asia and South Caucasus James Appathurai. According to the Foreign Ministry, the sides conversed about the current issues of Georgia’s Euro integration and the NATO-Georgia substantive package implementation process.
The sides expressed their



Margvelashvili vetoes Beselia-Popkhadze-Sesiashvili bill

President Giorgi Margvelashvili has vetoed the Beselia-Popkhadze-Sesiashvili bill on Personal Data Protection which was adopted by the parliament yesterday. Margvelashvili made the mentioned announcement at a special briefing today.
The parliament adopted the bill drafted by Beselia, Popkhadze and Sesiashvili in the second reading yesterday. 74 deputies voted in



Parliament adopts Beselia-Popkhadze-Sesiashvili bill

The parliament has adopted the bill prepared by Beselia, Popkhadze and Sesiashvili at the second hearing. 74 deputies voted in favor of the bill and 45 were against it. According to the given bill, MIA retains the right of concealed investigation, but there will be a so-called double-key system, with



The Wall Street Journal publishes Garibashvili’s letter

The Wall Street Journal has published Irakli Garibashvili’s letter with the title ‘’Georgia Remains Westward Bound’’.
The Pm says in the letter that the country’s path toward European integration is steadfast and irreversible.
‘’Domestic political developments in Georgia in recent weeks have been making international news. When my former



Prosecutor’s Office indicts Mikheil Saakashvili

The Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia has issued an indictment against Mikheil Saakashvili, the former President of Georgia, in relation to the crime committed against Alexandre Girgvliani. The Chief Prosecutor’s Office has released a statement in this regard, which we are offering without any change to it:



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EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia extended for two years

European commission to allocate 46 million Euro for Georgia

Hungary ratifies Georgia’s Association Agreement with EU

U.S. Journalist killed in Yemen

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