The 19th round of Geneva international negotiations on Georgia-Russia conflict ended without any agreement. Russia is still refusing to fulfill the terms of the August 12, 2008 ceasefire agreement, which obliges Russia to pull out its forces from Georgia`s occupied territory to the positions they were stationed before the war in 2008. Despite Russia`s resistance, Georgian authorities say the Geneva talks should continue, as this is the only format of negotiations; where international community may force Russia fulfill its obligations. Negotiations were held around three issues - worthy and secure repatriation of IDPs from Georgia`s occupied territories to their homes, restoration of international monitoring and signing of non-resumption of fire agreement by Russia. The next round of Geneva negotiations will be held on June 7-8.
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili has announced his decision to summon yet another session of the National Security Council, where the assault on Georgian military base in Afghanistan, release of threatening videos on internet...
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Georgia`s National Administration of Tourism has a new chief - deputy minister of economics has introduced Giorgi Sigua to his staff today. Sigua has been working as the assistant to the chairperson of the regional policy committee of the parliament...
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President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili has expressed his deepest condolence to the families of seven soldiers killed in a suicide bomber attack on Georgian military base in Afghanistan yesterday. President says the country has sacrificed more lives to the independence and freedom of Georgia.
Prime Minister of Georgia has expressed his deepest condolence on the death of seven Georgian soldiers in Afghanistan yesterday. The official letter was published on the website of the government of Georgia today.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussenhas expressed his condolences to the people of Georgia and the families of the Georgian servicemen killed in Afghanistan in his letter to the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili and Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili.