Walking in Circles: Days 6-8

We were certainly learning flexibility’s importance on our long Svaneti-encircling walk...

Trade, Tourism, Inflation Indicators Deteriorate; Remittances Quick to Recover

ISET-PI has updated its real GDP growth rate forecast for Georgia for the second...

Precious Plastic Georgia Founder on Tbilisi Sea Cleaning Day & Future Plans

Environmental protection is among the most challenging issues in the world today...

The Hidden Shame of Gori, And No, It’s Not Stalin

Last weekend, I took time to explore Gori. Just an hour by shared taxi outside Tbilisi...

Volodin: Georgia Should Guarantee Safety of Russians

The Government of Georgia should guarantee that the safety of Russians will be protected ...

Book Museum to Host Guests with Anti-occupation Flags

From June 22, the Book Museum of the National Library of Georgia will host...

Tbilisi Open Air Joins the Protest

Tbilisi Open Air, the annual musical festival opened today. The festival joined in on the protest against Russian occupation of Georgian territories...

Putin Bans Flights to Georgia

Vladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, has signed a decree, according to which, from July 8...

"Refuse Political Elite" – Student’s Demonstration at TSU

Students' rally is underway at the Tbilisi State University, where ...

One Detained for Making Molotov Cocktails

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia has detained one person, accused for preparing the so-called Molotov...

Protestors Demand Resignation of Interior Minister

Protesters gathered at Rustaveli Avenue, in front of Parliament Building...

Jabbarov Demands Formal Apology from Tbilisi

Vladimir Jabbarov, Deputy Chair of the Federation Council Committee on Foreign Affairs of Russia...

Zurabishvili Suspends Visit to Belarus

Due to the recent developments, Salome Zurabishvili, the President of Georgia, has suspended the official...

Sergei Gavrilov on the Incident of June 20

Russian MP Sergei Gavrilov, who was forced to leave firstly Parliament and then Georgia yesterday, following anger...