The Kremlin continues pressure on the so-called opposition leaders of Georgia`s breakaway South Ossetia Region. Jambolat Tedeev was prohibited to leave Russia. Reportedly, Tedeev left for Ukraine, but the liner was returned an hour after the departure; militia arrested the opposition leader on board and took him to the airport, from where he was afterwards released.
At the same time, Tedeev`s ally, Alla Jioeva, who won the so-called presidential elections in the breakaway region, was intimidated by the so-called prosecutor`s office. Puppet regime says they will interrogate Jioeva with the status of suspect. Jioeva herself does not rule out her detention after she is discharged from hospital.
Jioeva was brutally beaten up a day before she planned to hold her inaugural ceremony. Since then she undergoes treatment at Tskhinvali hospital.
A special delegation of European lawmakers arrives in Georgia - the representatives of several European parties. Within the two-day visit, the guests will hold meetings with civil sector, senior authorities and Georgian MPs.
National Democratic Party of Georgia disapproves the policy of the Georgian government in relations with Russia calling upon the authorities to revise it. Guram Chakhvadze of the party briefed in this regards today and said the meeting of the Georgian Prime Minister`s representative in relations with Russia...
Member of the parliament of Georgia Tina Khidasheli has responded to the article published in Financial Times on May 24. Khidasheli objects to the assessments of the trials of former officials by the editorial.
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PACE President Jean-Claude Mignon has welcomed the democratic transition of power in the country following the parliamentary elections in October 2012, which were generally considered by observers to have been free and fair. He invited the authorities...
Incident Prevention and Response Mechanism group is meeting in the village of Ergneti to discuss the recent development in the villages along the administrative boundary line of the occupied Tskhinvali Region.
Prime Minister of Georgia does not rule out to increase the police contingent to the Tskhinvali conflict region in case of the support of international community. Bidzina Ivanishvili says the issue of extending boundary line in recent days might also be a ...
U.S. Department of State has said that the installation of new fences and wire entanglements along the boundary line of the occupied Tskhinvali Region contradicts the terms of ceasefire agreement and international law.