Georgian users blocked on Medvedev`s facebook page
Facebook page of the Russian president Dmitry Medvedev was blocked for Georgian users on Thursday after they posted comments on the wall of the account on social network. Georgian bloggers objected to Russian occupation in their posts on the day of Patriots in Russia. They made multiple posts, a kind of discussion of the occupation issue on the president`s page, but after the posts exceeded several hundreds, the blogers were removed from the list of the users and the page was blocked up for a few hours.
The United States accuses Russia of spinning a false and dangerous narrative to justify its illegal actions in Ukraine - the U.S. Department of State has released a special statement with ten facts that prove Russian hands in the Ukraine`s crisis.
A week-long strike of the pupils and the pedagogues of the N53 public school of Tbilisi is over - the school has returned to the normal process of work; the new director, Eka Gakharia has entered the office and started to work. She has offered cooperation to the personnel of the school.
Chief Prosecutor`s Office of Georgia has charged opposition MP Roland Akhalaia for exceeding official authority. The office has released a special statement to define the detalis of the crime of which the opposition MP is accused.
The members of the parliamentary opposition have assessed the clashes between the United National Movement leaders and the Georgian Dream activists in five different cities of Georgia as a political pressure on the opposition.