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EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EU)
Beginn: 09/08

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Investigation launched into supposed plan for "revolution" (30.10.2015)

Georgia's political crisis moved into high gear on October 30 after ex-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili was caught advising the embattled Georgian television station, Rustavi2, to barricade itself against the government’s alleged seizure plans and adopt a “revolutionary scenario.”

Georgia's breakaway South Ossetia seeks vote on joining Russia (20.10.2015)

The breakaway Georgian region of South Ossetia said it plans a Crimean-style referendum on joining Russia, drawing a furious riposte from Tbilisi over a move that risks inflaming the Kremlin's already frayed relations with the West.

NATO chief visits Tbilisi to open military training center (27.08.2015)

Stoltenberg will take part in the opening ceremony of a joint military training center of NATO and Georgia at Krtsanisi military base near Tbilisi.

The creeping Russian border in Georgia (27.07.2015)

Moscow-backed security forces recently moved the border fence with Georgia, taking more territory for Russian control.

EU warning over Russia 'land grab' in South Ossetia border row (16.07.2015)

The EU has warned of increased tensions amid claims that Russia has redrawn a section of Georgia's de facto border with South Ossetia. Georgia says Russian troops installed signs marking the "state border" of the breakaway region of South Ossetia further inside Georgian territory.

West cries foul as Russia strengthens ties with South Ossetia (18.03.2015)

Russia signed a wide-ranging alliance with Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia on Wednesday (18 March), which will further cement its control over the territory, despite fierce condemnation from the West.

Russia, South Ossetia sign border agreement (18.02.2015)

Russia and Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia have signed a "border agreement" opposed by Tbilisi.