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Georgia News Digest 07-20-07
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1. report: A Survey of Access to Information in Abkhazia and its Impact on People’s Lives
Luitgard Hammerer Article 19, June 2007
report at: www.article19.org/pdfs/publications/abkhazia-conflict-report.pdf


2. report: National Integration and Tolerance in Georgia
UNAG, July 2007
report at www.civil.ge/IMG2006/SurveyReport-NITG.pdf

3. Pundits, MP On Russia’s Suspension Of CFE Treaty, Consequences For Georgia
4. Georgian minister calls Russia important player in conflicts settlement
5. Military hardware from Russia base in Batumi moved to Russia
6. Russia to Lift Most Curbs on Visas for Georgians
7. Time Running Out on Kosovo Resolution
8. Saakashvili and Yushchenko Discuss Cooperation Issues
9. Oh Brother: The return of the Rodhams [excerpt]
10. Georgian Deputy Minister of Justice Visits Austria
11. Meeting on Baku–Tbilisi–Kars Railway System Held in Baku
12. Azerbaijanis Most Frequent Visitors to Georgia
13. Armenian Author Publishes Book on Turkish Expansion in Georgia
14. Armenian FM to get first hand view of future Armenian Consulate General building in Batumi
15. Abkhazia unhappy with US official’s remarks in support of Georgia
16. Separatist Abkhaz minister says US support for Georgia “means nothing”
17. Cattle disease spreads in Abkhazia
18. Abkhaz Interior Minister Vows to Resolve PM Assassination Attempt
19. Enguri Bridge Reported To Be Blocked In 2 Hours
20. New projects to be presented in Upper Abkhazia
21. Abkhazian Government Leaves For Kodori Valley
22. Earthquake Hits Javi District
23. Tbilisi Moves on South Ossetia Status Determination
24. FM of South Ossetia: Presidential election in Nagorny Karabakh an important step towards international recognition
25. Doctors To Serve Populace Of Patara Liakhvi Gorge With Free Examinations
26. Georgia’s Big Military Spending Boost
27. Georgian deputy defence minister resigns
28. Aleksandre Sukhitashvili Sacked From Post Of Deputy Defence Minister
29. Georgian officials open new Defence Ministry building in Tbilisi
30. John Tefft: Unveiling Of New Building Of Defence Ministry Is Another Step Towards NATO
31. Public Defender Initiates Public Discussion on Freedom of Expression and Protection of Children’s Rights
32. Public Defender Demanded Minister of Justice to Study the Situation of Soldiers of Special Security Unit
33. Professor Blames Minister of Education for Telling Lies
34. Levan Choladze Presents New Adjaran Leader
35. MP sends official letter to capital’s chief prosecutor
36. MP Bakradze Replaces State Minister Antadze
37. Opposition Labour Party Asserts Televisions Practice Censorship Against Them
38. Problems with joining solved
39. Sport Academy Is About to Be Sold
40. Anti-trafficking Project In Caucasus Presented
41. “American Embassy Should Know How They Fight Against Trafficking in Georgia”
42. Stable Outlook for Georgia, says Fitch Ratings, Citing Strong Public Finances
43. Soso Tsiskarishvili: Prime Is Economic Growth To Be Really Felt In The Country
44. “Zahesi” To Be Sold At USD 15 Million
45. BP To Allocate Georgia GEL 10 Million Grant
46. Traders protest against cash registers’ installation
47. Lilo Market Vendors Holding Protest Rally By Parliament
48. “Conservators” Demand Through Investigation Of Girgvliani’s Murder Case
49. Cash Vehicle Attacked In Ozurgeti
50. Family rejects the version of suicide
51. Investigation Falsified the Signature of World Champion
52. Mystery Restorers Destroy Ancient Church Inscription
53. Students to Help in Renovation of Cultural Monuments
54. National Exams Finish
55. Where the River Runs Dirty

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Jonathan Kulick, Ph.D., Director of Studies, Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, 3a Chitadze, Tbilisi 0108, Georgia (Republic), jonathan.kulick@gfsis.org, office: +995 32 47 35 55, mobile: +995 95 33 33 40, USA voicemail: 310.928.6814

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