President viewed construction of a social house in Adjara
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili and the head of the Adjara government Levan Varshalomidze viewed the construction of a social house for the vulnerable in the Tamari settlement of Batumi. The project was initiated by Levan Varshalomidze and it is intended for the homeless families of various categories. The 9-storey house will have 112 apartments. Its construction began in June, 2012 and it is due to be opened on December 20th. The representatives of the developer company say the block of apartments will be ready for exploitation by that time. President also talked with the workers employed at the construction.
State of Vanuatu has withdrawn its decision to recognize the independence of Georgia`s breakaway region of Abkhazia - country`s prime minister Moana Carcasses Kalosil has told Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili at their meeting recently.
Police had to drive protestors away from the central highway in the village of Bakurtsikhe today. The residents of five villages of the Gurjaani region rallied in the village demanding compensation of the damage inflicted onto the region by the hail and windstorm last week.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia dismisses the reports about the summoning of Georgian ambassador to Netherlands by the local authorities regarding the dispersal of the LGBT rally in Tbilisi on May 17.
Nino Burjanadze, who currently leads Democratic Movement - United Georgia, plans to run for the president. The decision of the People`s Assembly, the member of which is Burjanadze`s party, was announced today.
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Administration of the President of Georgia has responded to the statement of the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Davit Zalkaniani, who accused the administration of non-coordinated work on diplomatic arena.
Workers of the JSC Zestaphoni Ferroalloys Plant have been on strike since the morning today demanding 50% growth of their salaries. The protestors have also objected to the working terms at night shift and demanded the 20% growth of the salary for it.