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Ivanishvili was again denied of Georgian citizenship 2012-06-29 14:48 June 29, 2012, Tbilisi City Court of Appeal did not satisfy the appelate claim of Bidzina Ivanishvili for the restoration of his Georgian citizenship.
The U.S. ambassador praised the bill on cable TV 2012-06-29 13:46 The initiative of the Georgian Parliament to include all Georgian TV companies in the cable distribution network in the pre-election period promotes equality in the elections, the U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Bass said.
Armenian Foreign Minister met with the president of Nagorno-Karabakh 2012-06-29 12:49 June 29, President of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic Bako Sahakyan received the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Edward Nalbandian in Artsakh.
Georgia is preparing to war with Russia
In Batumi, today is the second day of the international conference on security in the region. As in the first day, Georgian ministers discussed the issues of Georgia's accession to NATO and EU integration with NATO and State Department delegates. In turn, foreign envoys voiced old requirement: freedom of speech, democratization, transparency and honesty of the election and so on. Representatives from Washington and NATO stressed the importance of other reforms for Georgia - defense sector, for example.
Thomas de Waal: There will be no war in Nagorno-Karabakh
The situation in Nagorno-Karabakh remains tense for many years. Over the years, it has become increasingly hard to solve this problem: the peoples drifted apart each other, the rhetoric of the conflict parties is becoming more aggressive. However, it is unlikely that the Armenia-Azerbaijan war begins again. Armenia, as the winning side, is in no need to fight, and Azerbaijan will not risk the stability of the country. One of the most renowned experts on the Caucasus, a senior fellow of the Carnegie Endowment in Washington, Thomas de Waal told GTimes correspondent about this.2012-06-29 18:09
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