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OSCE/ODIHR opens observation mission for the parliamentary elections in Georgia (30.08.2016)

[…[ The mission is led by Ambassador Alexandre Keltchewsky and consists of a core team of 12 experts based in Tbilisi and 26 long-term observers to be deployed in teams of two across the country. In addition, ODIHR will request 350 short-term observers to monitor proceedings on election day.

With pro-NATO, pro-Russia proposals, geopolitics enters Georgia's elections (15.08.2016)

Geopolitics has taken center stage in Georgia's election campaign, with one party calling to legalize Russian military bases in the country, another calling for the constitution to enshrine Georgia's "non-bloc" status, and another calling for the constitution to reflect the country's NATO...

Information bulletin from EU Monitoring Mission (08.07.2016)

The European Union’s Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM) has released a new information bulletin about the Mission.

Georgian President sets date for parliamentary elections (04.06.2016)

Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili has issued a decree setting an October 8 date for parliamentary elections, presidential spokesman Eka Mishveladze said on June 3.

ICC authorises Russia-Georgia war crimes investigation (27.01.2016)

The investigation relates to the conflict in 2008 centred on South Ossetia, a breakaway region of Georgia. … In October 2015, ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda announced she had evidence suggesting both sides had killed peacekeepers, which is a war crime.

Tbilisi rejects Lavrov's claim about IS training in Pankisi Gorge (26.01.2016)

Georgian officials have rejected Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's claims that Islamic State (IS) militants are being trained in Georgia's Pankisi Gorge region, near the border with Russia's volatile southern republic of Chechnya.

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.”