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"Suspension of Free Trade Agreement is not a big tragedy"

According to the Georgian Prime Minister, Irakli Gharibashvili, suspension of the Free Trade Agreement with Georgia by Russia is not a big tragedy. He said that consultations will be held on the issue.
‘’We will have consultations on it. Yesterday I talked with my special representative Zurab Abashidze and we



President leading National Security Council meeting

The National Security Council meeting is under way at the governmental administration building. The session is being led by the President. Permanent members – the Defence Minister , the Foreign Minister and the Finance Minister – are attending the session.
The session is not being attended by the Prime



Russia stops Ukraine juice imports

Russia's consumer protection watchdog said on Thursday it had stopped imports of Ukrainian juice, Moscow's latest trade ban announced following new Western sanctions over Ukraine, - Reuters reported.
A day after banning imports of fruit and vegetables from Poland in what Warsaw said was retaliation for the sanctions, Russia's Rospotrebnadzor



Reason of Sigua

Giorgi Sigua, who was dismissed from the post of National Tourism Administration Head, has arrived at the work today.
According to the decision of Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development the Sugua’s authority will be suspended on August 4.
National Tourism Administration argues that he was not received notice about



The president of georgia pardons 280 prisoners

According to the Chairman of the Parole Commission Zviad Koridze, there are 8 females and 10 minors out of 280 pardoned inmates. The Commission considered 2743 cases in total. 



US and EU widen sanctions on Russia

US President Barack Obama has announced new economic sanctions against Russia, saying they will make Russia's "weak economy even weaker", the BBC reports.
He said the co-ordinated actions of the US and European Union would "have an even bigger bite" on Russia's economy.
The new restrictions include banning Americans



Fire localized at the Gulf oil base

Fire has been localized at the Gulf oil base on Tskalsadeni street, Tbilisi.
According to Emergency Service Chief Temur Giorgadze, the fire was near the oil reservoirs. He said an auto garage and petrol station were under fire. About 12 cars were burnt.
‘We avoided the greatest danger. There



New charges against Vano Merabishvili and Gigi Ugulava

The former Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili and the former mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava have already faced new charges.



Mikheil Saakashvili has been charged

The former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili has already been charged in absentia. His lawyer Otar Kakhidze has already been given the order at the Prosecutor’s Office.



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