A special reception dedicated to the 20th anniversary of establishing diplomatic ties between Georgia and Great Britain was held at the Georgian embassy in London on Monday. British politicians, Liam Fox among them, were attending the event along with Georgian diplomats, Diaspora and lawmakers. Liam Fox addressed the audience and hailed Georgia`s contribution to the ISAF mission in Afghanistan. The representatives of Georgia`s Friends` Group were also present at the event. This is the group of British lawmakers, who work on the intensification of bilateral relations between GB and Georgia in the House of Commons.
President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili says the position of Georgia`s partners significant for the government of the country - this is how the president commented on the letter of four U.S. Senators sent to the Prime Minister, in which they express their ...
The United National Movement calls for the government to focus and respect the remarks by the strategic partners. Davit Darchiashvili of the party slammed the authorities for their `inadequate` reactions on the statements and criticism by international partners.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt has posted on twitter in response to the statements of Georgian authorities regarding the filing a charge against Georgia`s former president Saakashvili and several other officials of his government.
American Senators have sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Georgia. The letter sent by James Risch, Marco Rubio, Jeanne Shaheen and John McCain is dated with August 1st, but it has not been published by the government on its website so far. The letter was published by the newspaper Tabula today.
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British Prime Minister calls for allies to provide more support to non-NATO member states. David Cameron has published an open letter to the NATO leaders, in which he recommends to agree on new defence capacity building missions for other countries, including Georgia.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt thinks that Georgian authorities are deviating from European path. Bildt posted on his page on Twitter in response to the judgement of the Court of Appeals of Georgia...
Georgia Isn`t Backsliding Into Authoritarianism - The Wall Street Journali has published an article by the Minister of Justice of Georgia, Tea Tsulukiani, which is a kind of responde to the July 30th article of the same newspaper entitled `What a Georgian Shame`.