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Burjanadze: Georgia won't become NATO member

Burjanadze: Georgia won't become NATO member

The leader of opposition party 'United Democrats', a former parliament speaker, Nino Burjanadze, stated that Georgia will not become NATO member. According to her, in the near future the country also will not …

Burjanadze: now Georgia has no chances to join NATO

Burjanadze: now Georgia has no chances to join NATO

Former Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia, the leader of the 'Democratic Movement' Nino Burjanadze stated today that now the country has no chances to join NATO. "At this stage Georgia has no chances to …

Experts: UNM strongly only in the IRI survey

Experts: UNM strongly only in the IRI survey

Today the International Republican Institute (IRI) published the results of its social study conducted in Georgia. According to the survey the ‘Georgian Dream’ and ‘United National Movement’ coalitions may receive almost …

Has visa liberalization between Georgia and EU stalled?

Has visa liberalization between Georgia and EU stalled?

On March 28, the President of the European People's Party (EPP), Joseph Daul, in his interview with Rustavi 2 linked the issue of visa liberalization between the EU and Georgia with the upcoming parliamentary …

Burjanadze: visa liberalization becomes problem for Georgia

Burjanadze: visa liberalization becomes problem for Georgia

The former Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, leader of the opposition party 'Democratic Movement', Nino Burjanadze, said that the authorities are creating false expectations in connection with visa liberalization with …

Karasin and Burdzhanadze meet in Moscow

Karasin and Burdzhanadze meet in Moscow

State Secretary, Deputy Foreign Minister of RF, Grigory Karasin met today with the leader of the United Democratic Movement party Nino Burjanadze, the Russian Foreign Ministry reports. "During the …

Georgian press review (February 12-18)

Georgian press review (February 12-18)

Scandal in the ranks of the Georgian Dream ruling coalition, problems of Georgian taxi drivers, the devaluation of the GEL, relations with Russia

Georgian Press Review (October 16-22)

Georgian Press Review (October 16-22)

Footage of torture in order to obtain the necessary evidence has led to a series of attacks on the offices of the United National Movement in various parts of Georgia