Showing posts with label Georgia. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Georgia. Show all posts

Georgia's parliament pushes ahead with controversial law


Apr 17, 2024. Posted by  Periscope - Hellas

Despite ongoing protests, the parliament in Georgia has passed a controversial law which aims to restrict foreign funding to non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

Georgia celebrates EU candidate status


Georgia celebrates granting EU candidate status. European Union flags fly in the streets and on different buildings in Tbilisi and countrywide.

Dec 15, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


A public celebration on this occasion is being held at Freedom Square in Tbilisi.

Georgians march for EU ahead of candidacy decision


Dec 10, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Georgian non-governmental organisations staged a pro-European Union march in the capital Tbilisi on Saturday, a week ahead of the bloc’s decision on granting the country membership candidacy status.

Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Georgia to hold joint military exercise in 2024

Nov 27, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

Next year, we will conduct a joint exercise on cyber attacks, Turkish National Defense Minister Yasar Güler said at a meeting with his Azerbaijani and Georgian counterparts in Baku, Report informs.


Moscow demands Tbilisi mark the borders with “Abkhazia and South Ossetia”


Nov 15, 2023
. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

Before the next round of international negotiations in Geneva, during the meeting with the co-chairs of the discussions, the Russian side, as one of the participants, spoke about “the process of delimitation of Georgia’s border with Abkhazia and South Ossetia and the importance of further demarcation”.

The defense situation today of the three states in the South Caucasus - Report

 Nov 13, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Italian delegation pays official visit

On November 9, Suren Papikyan, the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Armenia, received the delegation led by Admiral Giuseppe Cavo Dragone, the Chief of the General Staff of the Republic of