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Moscow Wary Of EU Partnerships

Russia says it has a negative view of the EU's Eastern Partnership summit to be held in Latvia next month, calling it "anti-Russian." More

Lukashenka Says Belarus Supports Georgia's Territorial Integrity

Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka says his country supports the territorial integrity of Georgia, making clear he does not recognize the Russian-backed separatist regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia as independent states. More

Georgian Killed Helping Ukrainian Forces Battle Separatists

Another Georgian citizen fighting along Ukrainian forces against Moscow-backed separatists has been killed in eastern Ukraine. More

Bekmambetov-Gabriadze Horror Movie Released In U.S.

A horror movie produced by Kazakh-Russian filmmaker Timur Bekmambetov and directed by Georgian actor-director Leo Gabriadze hits screens at theaters in the United States on April 17. More

Gaioz Nigalidze during a chess match at the 27th World University Summer Games in Kazan, July 2013

Georgian Chess Champion Caught Cheating

Georgian chess champion and grandmaster Gaioz Nigalidze has been expelled from the Dubai Open Chess Tournament after he was caught cheating. More

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'People In Pankisi Know Who's Recruiting Their Kids To IS'

Residents of Georgia's Pankisi Gorge must be aware of the identities of those involved in recruiting young men to join Islamic State (IS) in Syria, a Georgian analyst says, in comments that are sure to fan the flames of an already heated debate over IS recruitment in Georgia. More

De Facto South Ossetian President Dismisses Foreign Minister

The confrontation in Georgia’s breakaway Republic of South Ossetia triggered by the majority Yedinaya Osetiya (One Ossetia) party’s campaign to force the resignation of de facto Foreign Minister David Sanakoyev is over. More
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'Brussels Was ... Asleep': Bildt Assesses EU's Mistakes Regarding Russia

In an interview with RFE/RL in Brussels, former Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt talks frankly about the mistakes made by the European Union with regard to Russia, what he thinks the Russian president's next moves are likely to be, and why the bloc needs to engage more deeply with Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia. Bildt spoke on March 22 with RFE/RL's Rikard Jozwiak on the sidelines of a Brussels Forum held by the German Marshall Fund.
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