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#Bidzina Ivanishvili

President Zurabishvili vows to return to Georgia to ‘defend the country’s European future’

The president made the comments in Brussels, where she said the Georgian government had blocked her from visiting European capitals, including Kyiv.

President Zurabishvili vows to return to Georgia to ‘defend the country’s European future’

The president made the comments in Brussels, where she said the Georgian government had blocked her from visiting European capitals, including Kyiv.

Supporters question Georgia’s EU aspirations over Ivanishvili sanctions threat

The European Parliament passed a scathing resolution reprimanding the Georgian authorities and threatening to sanction Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Supporters question Georgia’s EU aspirations over Ivanishvili sanctions threat

The European Parliament passed a scathing resolution reprimanding the Georgian authorities and threatening to sanction Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Georgian Dream leaders jump to Ivanishvili’s defence over new Credit Suisse dispute

Members of the ruling party have claimed Ivanishvili is being pressured as part of an international conspiracy to involve Georgia in the war in Ukraine.

Georgian Dream leaders jump to Ivanishvili’s defence over new Credit Suisse dispute

Members of the ruling party have claimed Ivanishvili is being pressured as part of an international conspiracy to involve Georgia in the war in Ukraine.

Anaklia row reemerges after leak shows Ivanishvili link to rival port

Revelations from the Pandora Papers suggest that Bidzina Ivanishvili holds hidden interests in a rival port project in the city of Poti.

Anaklia row reemerges after leak shows Ivanishvili link to rival port

Revelations from the Pandora Papers suggest that Bidzina Ivanishvili holds hidden interests in a rival port project in the city of Poti.

Slew of witnesses accuse Bera Ivanishvili of terrorising critics

Witnesses continue to come forward after the airing of unverified private conversations between Bera and the PM plotting revenge on critics.

Slew of witnesses accuse Bera Ivanishvili of terrorising critics

Witnesses continue to come forward after the airing of unverified private conversations between Bera and the PM plotting revenge on critics.

Ivanishvili loyalist set to become new Georgian Dream chair

Former speaker of parliament Irakli Kobakhidze will be appointed to succeed Ivanishvili tomorrow.

Ivanishvili loyalist set to become new Georgian Dream chair

Former speaker of parliament Irakli Kobakhidze will be appointed to succeed Ivanishvili tomorrow.

Ivanishvili declares ‘mission accomplished’ in vow to leave politics

This is the second time the billionaire, who critics accuse of running the country from behind the scenes, has vowed to step aside.

Ivanishvili declares ‘mission accomplished’ in vow to leave politics

This is the second time the billionaire, who critics accuse of running the country from behind the scenes, has vowed to step aside.

Protesters mark ‘Gavrilov’s Night’ anniversary in Tbilisi

Opposition and anti-government protesters gathered to mark one year since the violent clashes outside parliament.

Protesters mark ‘Gavrilov’s Night’ anniversary in Tbilisi

Opposition and anti-government protesters gathered to mark one year since the violent clashes outside parliament.

Georgian PM announces $360 million stimulus over coronavirus pandemic

The measures come as the value of the lari hit an all-time low on Friday at almost ₾3 to the dollar. 

Georgian PM announces $360 million stimulus over coronavirus pandemic

The measures come as the value of the lari hit an all-time low on Friday at almost ₾3 to the dollar. 

Editorial | The Georgian government’s year-long venture to tame Adjara TV is about to succeed

After a barrage of criticism from the government and a series of firings and ‘reorganisations’ — the broadcaster’s neutrality is under serious threat.

Editorial | The Georgian government’s year-long venture to tame Adjara TV is about to succeed

By OC Media

After a barrage of criticism from the government and a series of firings and ‘reorganisations’ — the broadcaster’s neutrality is under serious threat.

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