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Georgia News Digest 07-30-07
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1. Putin may Meet Saakashvili
2. Georgia Still Really, Really Wants to Join NATO, and It’s Not Just About Abkhazia
3. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon Denounces Ganmukhuri Patriot Camp
4. Georgia Putin-esque Politics
5. Merab Antadze comments preparation for Olympiad to be held in Sochi
6. The OSCE Minsk Group as a Tool to Promote U.S. Interests in the Caucasus
7. U.S. Official Meets Opposition
8. Embassy of Iran in Georgia Initiates “Active Dialogue” between the Two Countries
9. “Kokoity Fadrast” – Farewell Kokoity
10. Commission on S. Ossetia Status Moves Forward
11. State Commission will be gathered in Kurta today
12. U.S. Diplomat Comments on Kodori Attack
13. EU Envoy Comments on Kodori Attack
14. Russia Ponders Abkhazia Investments Ahead of Olympics
15. Abkhazians keep Russian tourists in slavery
16. Tbilisi the First Capital to Adopt Millennium Development Goals at a City Level
17. BP Georgia 2006 Sustainability Report
18. 100 New Farms to Revive the Agricultural Sector, Government Says
19. Georgian Media Invent Gay Pride Rally
20. Hypocrisy the Order of the Day as Unsubstantiated Rumor Whips Up Anti-Gay Furor
21. A Dirty Georgian Sanchez
22. Saakashvili Warns Ministers to Pay for Own Medical Expenses
23. Hamlet Chipashvili: “The opposition has no chance of winning the elections!”
24. PM calls upon ministers for cooperation
25. Public Defender accuses senior official of violations
26. Presidential Contender Sets Up Party
27. The Stormy Life of Irina Sarishvili
28. As Reforms Enhance High Profile Sectors Mental Healthcare System Left Behind
29. Govt’ to provide free medical service to people living beneath poverty line
30. Consent of IDPs in Georgia: Focus on Women
31. Batumi Journalists Request President for Tamaz Bakuridze’s Preterm Release from Prison
32. Georgia’s Jews and Georgian Deportees: Common Enemy, Common Bond
33. German Financial Assistance Works to Boost Ongoing Reforms in Georgia
34. The Youngsters in Yellow! Student Summer Job Craze Sweeps City
35. “Georgia needs to have young judges” US judge speaks about judicial reform in Georgia
36. Comes a Horseman: Tbilisi’s Mounted Units
37. Six Years Since the Murder of Giorgi Sanaia
38. Bank robbers sent to custody
39. Government to Sell Youth Palace
40. Triplets Born in Kutaisi
41. Kakheti Nature Friends Protect the Environment
42. TSU to present new program
43. Jam Sessions, Unbridled Emotion and a Happy Hometown Crowd: Art Gene 2007 Wraps Up
44. Art Gene 2007: Spirit of Georgia on the Road
45. Long Distance Cycling in Georgia:: The Kakheti Classic Figure Eight
46. And Singing I Travel… French tourists enjoy flavors of Georgian agro-tourism
47. Kansas City artists are on the move [excerpt]


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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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