U.S. President Barack Obama has called on Ukraine`s armed forces on Wednesday to stay out of the country`s political crisis and warned that there would be consequences for those who `step over the line.` Using his toughest language so far in response to a Ukrainian conflict that has drawn threats of U.S. and European Union sanctions, Obama denounced the violence and put the onus on Ukraine`s government to reach a peaceful resolution. According to the Reuters, U.S. authorities are discussing sanctions against 20 Ukrainian officials. Ukraine`s crisis was the main topic of conversation between the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his French counterpart Laurent Fabius. They said Washington would discuss sanctions against Ukraine`s authorities together with the West. Meanwhile, U.S. citizens demonstrate solidarity and support to the people of Ukraine. The activists assembled at Ukraine`s consulate in Chicago. They called on the U.S. president to take specific steps regarding the situation in Ukraine by imposing sanctions.
The President of Georgia has held meeting with the Foreign Ministers of France and Germany. Giorgi Margvelashvili, Laurent Fabius and Frank-Walter Steinmeier discussed the most topical issues for Georgia, including the process of integration into the NATO and the European Union...
The Prime Minister of Georgia has hosted French and German Foreign Ministers, who pay official visit to Georgia. At the working dinner held in honor of the European diplomats, the sides discussed Georgia`s prospects for European and Euro-Atlantic integration and achieved progress in this process.
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Google`s telecommunications service the Google Voice has included Georgia`s breakaway region of Abkhazia in the list of the countries. Google Voice was launched in 2009 and has several millions of users throughout the world.
Police have arrested a person suspected of murdering a 72 year-old seller at one of the markets in the Orkhevi district of Tbilisi. The police are reporting that the man had a dispute with the old woman, who worked at the local market as a seller.
Fugitive ex-chief of the constitutional security department, Data Akhalaia, has surrendered to the law enforcers of a European country - his sister-in-law Ani Nadareishvili has reported. According to her, Akhalaia asked for political asylum and reportedly, he has been granted it by Greek government.