Batumi airport has been paralyzed during part two days due to heavy mist in Adjara - all flights have been cancelled due to the weather problems. Passengers were waiting for their flight but in vain. Finally, the Turkish Airlines took a decision to cover the travel costs of the passengers to Turkey via Tbilisi.
Patriarch of Georgia has addressed the Tbilisi mayor`s office to annul the sanction issued for the rally of the LGBT persons on May 17. The demonstration is organized by Identity NGO and it aims at protecting the rights of the LGBT persons in Georgia.
Negotiations conducted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia withthe representatives of the Tskhinvali puppet regime ended in a release of two peaceful residents of from the nearby villages today.
Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili attended a conference organized by the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute. The conference was dedicated to regional economic integration in South Caucasus and Central Asia.
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Special commission has been working in the disaster affected villages of the Kakheti Region until late last night to calculate the consequences of the hail and windstorm that stuck the area two days ago. According to the calculation, over 2,000 hectares of vineyards have been damaged, also - agricultural lands, infrastructure and roads.
Minister of Defence of Georgia Irakli Alasania visited IV Infantry Brigade in Vaziani today. The three soldiers, who were killed in a terror exlposion in Afghanistan on Monday, served in 42nd Battalion of this Brigade. The military held a moment of silence in respect of the memory of Georgian heroes.
National flag of Georgia was lowered at Georgia`s office of the Council of Europe on the day, when the nation mourns the death of three Georgian soldiers in Afghanistan. Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze attended the ceremony.
Court will discuss the cases of eight persons arrested with the charges of being connected to a criminal network abroad. Four other defendants were already sent to custody for two months within the pre-trial detention. The hearing was held late last night