U.S. ambassador to Russia comments on Georgia-Russia conflict
U.S. ambassador to the Russian Federation Michael McFaul says that Georgia is still the country on which the United States has differences with Russia. American ambassador said in an interview with one of the online magazines that the United States would never accept that Russia was determining the borders of Georgia. He also said stability in the Caucasus was very important for the United States.
American diplomat also touched the political situation in Russia, asserting that the United States was not interested in arranging orange revolutions in the Russian Federation, saying the allegations about this only caused smile.
State of Vanuatu has withdrawn its decision to recognize the independence of Georgia`s breakaway region of Abkhazia - country`s prime minister Moana Carcasses Kalosil has told Georgian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.
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.
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia has responded on the complaint of the president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, who accused ministry of uncoordinated work with his administration and the failure to carry out effective policy of non-recognition of the occupied territories of Georgia.
Over 1,200 citizens of Georgia have sent an open letter to the president, Prime Minister and the parliament chairperson of Georgia demanding proper and unbiased investigation of the human rights violations revealed on the two counter-demonstrations on Rustaveli Avenue on May 17.