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Georgian Embassy in US Hosted Book Presentation with Carla Capalbo

Embassy of Georgia in Washington hosted the presentation of Carla Capalbo’s book “Taste Georgia: A Food and Wine Journey in the Caucasus”. Ambassador David Bakradze greeted the guests, followed by Ms. Capalbo describing her journey through heart and soul of Georgia. Guests of the event enjoyed the Georgian wine and …

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Georgia-EU Association Objectives

Tbilisi hosted a conference “Georgia-EU Association Objectives” – a joint initiative of the Government of Georgia and Georgian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum. The conference echoed the cooperation memoranda between the Government of Georgia and Georgian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum signed …

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PM conducted meeting with the EU Special Representative

PM conducted meeting with the EU Special Representative

The Geneva International Discussions and high-involvement of the EU Special Representative were the main topics of the meeting of Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and the EU Special Representative Herbert Salber.  The parties emphasized important of joint efforts and expressed their hope for creation constructive environment during the next round of …

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Eastern Partnership Summit Opens in Riga

Eastern Partnership Summit Opens in Riga

In several hours’ time Georgia will have a clear message of what is ahead for the country’s European perspective once the 4th Eastern Partnership (EaP) Summit opens in Riga today. European Union (EU) leaders will meet representatives of the six EaP countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) on …

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UK Praises Georgia’s Methods of Informing Public of Integration Prospects

UK praises Georgia’s methods of informing public of integration prospects

As Georgia strives towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration, informing society of the country’s integration progress is “essential” and in this sense, the country is doing a good job, says a United Kingdom (UK) official who is in Georgia on official business. Director of the Eastern Europe and Central Asia Directorate …

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