Saturday 28 January 2023
January 17, 2023
Georgia's National Bank Says More Than $2 Billion Was Transferred From Russia Last Year
More than $2 billion was transferred from Russia to Georgia last year as Moscow's invasion of Ukraine in February prompted some 112,000 Russians to relocate to the Caucasus country, giving an unexpected boost to its economy.
January 09, 2023
Wider Europe Briefing: Will Kosovo And Serbia Finally Make A Deal? Plus, The Nitty-Gritty Of EU Enlargement
A potential new agreement between Serbia and Kosovo; and the latest European Commission document showing just how much Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia have to do to gain EU membership.
January 04, 2023
Rallies Demanding Release Of Former Georgian President Saakashvili Held In Many Countries
Demonstrators in several European Union capitals and other nations around the world have held rallies in front of Georgian diplomatic missions to demand the immediate release of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili from prison due to the deteriorating state of his health.
December 22, 2022
In Georgia, A Toxic Debate Over Ex-President Saakashvili's Health
Currently serving a six-year prison term for abuse of power, former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili is appealing for his sentence to be suspended due to poor health. As international support for his case grows, the dispute in Georgia over whether he's really ill has become even uglier.
December 20, 2022
Zelenskiy Calls On Georgia To Transfer Jailed Saakashvili To Clinic Abroad
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has urged Georgian authorities "to be merciful" and transfer jailed former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, who is a Ukrainian citizen, to a medical facility abroad given the deteriorating state of his health.
December 18, 2022
'We Have A Common Enemy': Georgian Soldier Says Ukraine's Fight Against Russia Is His Country's, Too
Vadim Chkhetiani is recovering from a wound suffered on the battlefield in Ukraine fighting against invading Russian forces as a member of the Ukrainian armed forces. He's one of the lucky ones. Many Georgians have suffered losses recently around Bakhmut, which has been pummeled by Russian fire.
Kyrgyz Workers With Russian Citizenship Prevented From Leaving Russia, Urged To Fight In Ukraine2
Kyiv Says Forces Outnumbered, Battling 'Intensifying' Russian Attacks Near Bakhmut3
Leader Of Group Of Mothers And Wives Of Russian Soldiers Detained En Route To Moscow4
Ukrainian Military Says Russia Advancing In Three Directions As Air Strikes Increase5
Light In The Darkness: Ukrainian Teen Dancers Bring Country's Plight To A Mass Audience6
Russia Shifting War Focus To 'NATO And The West,' Says EU Official7
Russian State Duma Head Joins Officials Warning Of Nuclear Retaliation In Ukraine8
Ukraine's SBU Responsible For Killing Of Banker Who Was Conduit For Russian Intelligence, Says Intel Chief9
Romance And Realism: The Former Banker Photographing Rural Romania10
Ukrainian Army Drone Footage Shows Purported Russian Sneak Attack