Armenian participants of the Eurovision 2012 boycott the annual contest demanding change of the country where it must be held this year. Azerbaijan`s capital is preparing to host the contest in 2012, but the Armenian contestants definitely will not take part in it. The group of Armenian singers sent a letter of address to the organizers of the contest, saying not a single singer will arrive in Baku, explaining political reasons of the boycott, which is along well-known conflict between the two nations, the murder of an Armenian citizen on Armenia-Azerbaijani border by a sniper. As it is stated in their message, they refuse to perform in a country where mass pogroms of Armenians were organized and were hatred towards Armenians reached state level. The singers announce that they are ready to participate in the song contest any time, if the European Union of Broadcasters decided to move the contest to another country, where peace and harmony will rule as it was during the Junior Eurovision in Yerevan, where Azerbaijan refused to participate. The organization committee of the contest has not replied to the address of Armenia so far.
The Ilia Chavchavadze monument in Tsitsamuri will be rehabilitated - the minister of infrastructure and regional development opened the reconstruction works today. The project is funded with about half a million GEL from the state budget and in includes...
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Kakha Kandelaki may be nominated as the candidate for the minister of culture of Georgia - the founder of the Eastern Promotion Company has confirmed that he was offered this position, but abstains from naming the person who did this.
According to media reports, Chorbishop of Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia Jakob (Konstantine Iakobashvili) made illegal political calls during Sunday sermon containing signs of pre-election campaign - the statement released by some non-governmental organizations says.
The delegation of the government of Georgia has concluded its visit to Brussels. The Prime Minister and the Georgian ministers paid their last visit to the Royal Museum of Art and History of Belgium [Musées Royaux d`Art et d`Histoire], where a special reception was held in honor of the delegation and the upcoming celebrations for the Independence Day of Georgia.