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16 January, 2015
16 January, 2015
Welcome to the January 8th Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about how the Orthodox Church celebrated Christmas.
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06 January, 2015
06 January, 2015
Welcome to the January 1st Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about deputies fighting in Georgia’s Parliament. He also mentions that Poti Port oil
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27 December, 2014
27 December, 2014
Welcome to the December 19th Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark discusses the controversial Sakdrisi mining project restarting.
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19 December, 2014
19 December, 2014
Welcome to the December 11 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about changes in government. Also the main topic of the week is ups and downs of Lari.
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09 December, 2014
09 December, 2014
Welcome to the December 4 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about the fact, that Ukraine confirmed a new cabinet and among them is Georgia's
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01 December, 2014
01 December, 2014
Welcome to the November 27 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark discusses the new treaty signed in Sochi by Vladimir Putin and Abkhazian de-facto president.
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27 November, 2014
27 November, 2014
Welcome to the November 20 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about Prime Minister's visit to Brussels. Gharibashvili met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
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21 November, 2014
21 November, 2014
Welcome to the November 13 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about Kakha Bendukidze’s death. He remembers former official’s life.
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03 November, 2014
03 November, 2014
Welcome to the October 2 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about Abashidze-Karasin meeting and the controversial treaty between Russians and Abkhazians.
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10 October, 2014
10 October, 2014
Welcome to the October 2 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about the “Asaval-Dasavali” newspaper journalist
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Congressman Adam Kinzinger, Chairman of the Georgian Caucus of Congress, is one of the main authors of critical letters received by the Georgian government in recent months.
Matthew Bryza worries new telecommunications law targets Caucasus Online and will block major investments that could make Georgia the strategic center of a “digital silk road”
"Czech contribution in monitoring COVID-19 in Georgia was invaluable and hugely important” - Georgia’s Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze praised the Czech Republic’s contribution during Friday meeting with the Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Georgia, H.E. Petr Mikyska as the Georgian and Czech sides met to discuss various aspects of joint collaboration.
Discover what is yours - Travel to Georgia - This is the main call of the year of the Georgian National Tourism Administration, which advises all residents of Georgia to travel, get to know and discover their own country, once again to make sure that Georgia is truly distinguished by its sights, nature, history and with the diversity of touristic destinations.
Pregnant women throughout Georgia are invited to attend free virtual sessions led by top gynecologists and have answers to their most pressing questions answered, - reads the statement by UNICEF.
With the World Bank's $80 million Emergency COVID-19 Response project financial support and mediation, the government of Georgia was able to procure 147 000 Rapid COVID-19 Antibody and Antigen Test Kits and 250 000 PCR Test, that will triple Georgia's testing capacity to 3000 samples per day by mid-July, - reports World Bank.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia responds to the statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry regarding Lugar's laboratory.
UNDP Georgia states that boosting the healthcare system with digital solutions in Georgia will enable thousands of medical staff to improve their skills in treating infectious diseases.
The UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution on the occupied territories of Georgia - "Cooperation with Georgia" within the framework of its 43rd session.
Given that one year has passed since June 20, 2019, it is interesting to see how the West assesses the developments in Georgia during this one year and what expectations it has for the October parliamentary elections.