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Police and activists clash on Maidan in Kiev

Barricades and tents are burning on Kiev’s Maidan square as activists clash with the special police ‘Kiev-1’ fighters, who arrived in the Ukrainian capital’s center, Russia Today reports.
The clashes started over the communal services trying to dismantle the barricades. That follows months of conflict between the Kiev administration

NATO Secretary General to visit Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen will visit Ukraine on August 7, the Ukrainian Ambassador to NATO Igor Dolgov told Ukrainian edition UNIAN.

He said that the visit is related to the NATO summit, which will be held on 4-5 September in Wales. Within the framework of the summit

Ambassadorial continues in Tbilisi

Ambassadorial of diplomatic delegations and consulates of Georgia, which opened in Tbilisi on August 4, continues. The event was opened with the Georgian President’s speech.
Members of Diplomatic Corps today will meet with representatives of Georgian executive and legislative authorities. Public Defender Ucha Nanuashvili will attend the ambassadorial.
The Georgian

Tbilisi City Council to approve new government today

The Tbilisi City Council will approve a new government, including deputy mayors, today. New mayor of Tbilisi Davit Narmania presented his deputies on 2 August. The candidate for first deputy mayor is Aleksandre Margishvili , the former Deputy Minister of Culture. Other deputy mayors will be Nina Khatiskatsi, Giorgi Khelaia,

"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. 

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