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Akaki Asatiani
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 15 Oct.'13 / 20:14

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Akaki Asatiani, 60, is a veteran politician and leader of a small Traditionalist party, who was speaker of the parliament in 1991-1992 before it was dissolved after the coup against then President Zviad Gamsakhurdia.

Asatiani is criticizing GD's government for mismanagement; he is in favor of Georgia's neutrality, which he says will create proper condition for carrying out result-oriented talks with Russia, as well as with Sokhumi and Tskhinvali. He is against Georgia's participation in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. 

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09 Oct.'15 09:53
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08 Oct.'15 21:09
NATO, Georgian Defense Ministers Meet in Brussels
“We need to see more progress in key areas of reform, especially in the rule of law,” Stoltenberg said.
08 Oct.'15 19:01
Georgian Foreign Minister Meets EU Officials in Brussels
EU foreign policy chief said Georgia making “rapid progress towards visa liberalisation.”
08 Oct.'15 16:50
ICC Prosecutor Seeks Investigation into August 2008 War
The move comes after more than 7 years of “preliminary examination” of the case.
08 Oct.'15 15:24
Public Defender Says Pretrial Detention of Opposition Activists ‘Unjustified’
He said the case also triggers “suspicions over selective application of justice.”
08 Oct.'15 13:30
Heavy Rains Flood Kobuleti in Adjara Region
Heavy rainfall caused flash flooding in a number of municipalities in the Adjara region.
08 Oct.'15 12:30
Georgian FM, Defense Minister Meet NATO Secretary General
“NATO remains high on the Georgian government’s agenda,” Foreign Minister Kvirikashvili said.
07 Oct.'15 12:09
Georgian FM, Defense Minister Visit Brussels
Georgian ministers will meet NATO, EU officials in Brussels.
07 Oct.'15 09:56
U.S. on Rustavi 2 TV: Actions Constricting Media Freedom ‘Disturbing’
U.S. Department of State said that it takes seriously developments over Rustavi 2 TV.
06 Oct.'15 16:08
President Criticizes Georgia’s Ambassador to U.S.
Foreign Minister has acknowledged the need for “better coordination” among the country’s leadership.

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