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Ekaterina Lakhova: "Economy will develop, when culture and spirituality will go ahead"

Ekaterina Lakhova: "Economy will develop, when culture and spirituality will go ahead"

Interviewed by Vladimir Nesterov, Especially for  Vestnik KavkazaEkaterina Lakhova, chairman of the Women's Union of Russia, member of the Federation Council committee on the federal structure, regional policy, local government and northern affairs is a  guest of Vestnik Kavkaza   on the eve of International Women's Day

Georgian opposition announces highest-level protest

Georgian opposition announces highest-level protest

The United National Movement of Georgian ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili has declared preparations for the largest national protest set for March 21. The protest will be held on Shota Rustaveli Avenue, where the most essential events in the modern history of Georgia happened on April 9, 1989.

Can the lari be saved?

Can the lari be saved?

The only way to save Georgia's national currency is economic growth. Georgia won’t get money for strengthening it

Vyacheslav Fetisov: "People's desire to show a new Azerbaijan, a new Baku, will make the athletes and everyone else who comes to the EuroGames fall in love with it."

It has been almost a year since the Sochi Olympics. About that, the development of sport in Russia, the country's security, as well as the first European Games in Baku, spoke senator, first deputy chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Social Policy, double Olympic champion and world hockey legend Vyacheslav Fetisov to Vestnik Kavkaza.

Georgia doesn’t welcome Rosneft

Georgia doesn’t welcome Rosneft

Many in the country dislike an agreement on selling 49% of Petrocas and the Poti oil terminal to the Russian energy giant

Baku-Berlin: Karabakh is back in the spotlight

Baku-Berlin: Karabakh is back in the spotlight

Orhan Sattarov, director of the European Bureau of "Vestnik Kavkaza"A recent working visit of the President of Azerbaijan to Germany, after which Ilham Aliyev went to Davos, Switzerland, has left a lot of information to think about. For obvious reasons, many details of the negotiations and agreements were reached "behind closed doors". However, some results of the visit are evident today.