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Georgia to sign new economic MOU with Egypt

The Georgian government is discussing signing a new economic memorandum of understanding with Egypt within the framework of the third round of the Egyptian-Georgian Joint Commission for Economic, Scientific, and Technical Cooperation, said the Ambassador of Georgia to Cairo Alexander Nalbandov at a press conference on Sunday. The joint commission will be held in the capital of Georgia, …

Hagar Omran

Russia’s creeping annexation of Abkhazia

Abkhazia is seen as a “de facto independent” quasi-state on the Black Sea, a puffer between Russia and Georgia. But what does that mean exactly? A journey into a region in the shadows of the new East-West conflict. The offices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Abkhazian capital Sukhumi (above) look like offices …

Deutsche Welle

Putin’s new war, old foes

As Russia embarks on an anti-“Islamic State” bombing campaign in Syria, President Vladimir Putin seems to be reverting to tried and true tactics. Fiona Clark reports from Moscow

Deutsche Welle

Speech of the Ambassador of Georgia HE Mr Archil Dzuliashvili

By HE Mr Archil Dzuliashvili The following is the speech given by the Georgian ambassador to Egypt on the occasion of the signing by Georgia, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova of the Association Agreements with the European Union on 30 June 2014. I am honoured to welcome you today to celebrate the historic day for …

Daily News Egypt

Reforms in action by the new government of Georgia

By Archil DZULIASHVILI In October 2012 parliamentary elections were held in Georgia. It was the 8th legislative election held since 1990, and the first time in the history of Georgia that a transfer of power happened peacefully, without rallies and demonstrations. A new government led by Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili and the Georgian Dream Coalition came to …

Daily News Egypt

Grigol Vashadze

Georgia moves ahead – but the 2008 war consequences remain to be dealt with

By Grigol Vashadze, Foreign Minister of Georgia In August 2008, thousands of Russian troops and armour rolled into Georgia, as Russian aviation was pounding the country’s military, infrastructural and civilian targets.  Four years on, Georgia stands strong in asserting its identity as a liberal, democratic state, its economy is surging ahead and the government works …

Daily News Egypt

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