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Riga summit declaration officially published

The final declaration of the Eastern Partnership summit has been published.
The document does not provide for any specific dates for cancelation of visa requirements for Georgia and Ukraine with the European Union, though it says that a decision will be made after the European Commission prepares a report



PM lays a wreath on Unknown Soldier’s grave

Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili has visited Vake Park in relation to the 70th anniversary of victory in WWII and laid a wreath on the Unknown Soldier’s grave.
The government leader visited the park together with Georgia’s Catholicos-Patriarch. After laying a wreath, Irakli Gharibashvili watched a film about



War veterans to get 1000 GEL in fanatical aid

World War ll Veterans will receive 1000 GEL in fanatical aid from the government in connection to the 70th anniversary of victory over fascism.
The government made a corresponding decision at today’s session, - announced Maia Tskitishvili, the head of the governmental administration.
“Our veterans will be given 1000-lari



President pardons 78 convicts

The President of Georgia has pardoned 78 convicts. According to the Chairman of the Pardon Commission, 57 convicts were fully pardoned and will be released today. 21 remaining prisoners had their sentences reduced. The Pardon Commission considered 460 cases in total. The list of pardoned convicts includes a murderer, whose sentence



The authority of a police officer must be revised-Gomelauri

The authority of a police officer must be revised in order to avoid tragic incidents, - Interior Minister Vakhtang Gomelauri told journalists.
According to the Minister, slight changes are necessary.
"I mean minor changes; police officers should not be allowed to shoot freely. The current law is very



NATO-Georgia training center to be opened in autumn

The NATO-Georgia joint training center will be opened by autumn, - Deputy Defense Minister Levan Ghirsiashvili has told reporters.
As for Russia’s statements about possible threats the center represents, Ghirsiashvili said opening the center does involve any threat, as it is not a military base.
“Experts as well as



Gharibashvili congratulates Estonian PM on winning elections

Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili has congratulated his Estonian counterpart on winning in the recent elections.
According to the PM’s press service, a phone conversation was held between Irakli Gharibashvili and Taavi Rõivas. Georgia’s PM wished Rõivas success in his future endeavors. The Parliamentary election process in Estonia was held



Washington calls on pro-Russian separatists to cease fire

As Press-Speaker of the U.S. Department of State Jen Psaki has declared, Washington calls on the pro-Russian fighters to cease fire in eastern Ukraine.
According to Psaki, the USA continuously observes the Ukrainian developments and is very concerned about them.
According to the Ukrainian government, the pro-Russian separatists are



President offers Gvenetadze as a Supreme Court candidate

President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili has presented Nino Gvenetadze as a candidate to lead the Supreme Court. She is well educated and a former Supreme Court judge.
When National Movement was in power, Nino Gvenetadze’s authority was suspended along with that of several other judges.
Her candidacy was



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Riga summit declaration officially published

PM lays a wreath on Unknown Soldier’s grave

War veterans to get 1000 GEL in fanatical aid

President pardons 78 convicts

The authority of a police officer must be revised-Gomelauri

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