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Margarita Antidze

Fitch may raise Georgia rating if growth is strong, external shocks avoided

13 Sep 2018

TBILISI, Sept 13 Fitch Ratings may upgrade Georgia's sovereign credit rating if the country maintains strong economic growth and macroeconomic stability and further improves its finances.

Georgia raps Russia at start of U.S.-led war games

01 Aug 2018

TBILISI Georgia's president denounced Russia on Wednesday for illegally occupying part of the country as it began two weeks of military exercises with the United States and several other NATO members.

Georgia bars Syrian airlines from crossing its airspace

27 Jun 2018

TBILISI Georgia has denied two Syrian airlines access to its airspace in retaliation for Damascus recognizing the statehood of two Georgian breakaway regions last month, a senior aviation official told Reuters.

Georgia bars Syrian airlines from crossing its airspace

27 Jun 2018

TBILISI, June 27 Georgia has denied two Syrian airlines access to its airspace in retaliation for Damascus recognising the statehood of two Georgian breakaway regions last month, a senior aviation official told Reuters.

Georgia's chief prosecutor resigns over teenagers' murder case

01 Jun 2018

TBILISI Georgia's chief prosecutor Irakly Shotadze resigned on Thursday after thousands of people gathered outside his office in Tbilisi to protest his handling of an investigation into the stabbing deaths of two teenage boys last December.

How Russia played silent kingmaker in Armenia's revolution

09 May 2018

YEREVAN, In the days before protesters overthrew Armenia's veteran leader, Russian officials had high-level phone contacts with the protest leaders and the ruling elite that was clinging to power, according to three people briefed on the discussions.

Revolution sweeps Armenian opposition leader into power

09 May 2018

YEREVAN Opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan was elected Armenia's prime minister on Tuesday, capping a peaceful revolution driven by weeks of mass protests against corruption and cronyism in the ex-Soviet republic. | Video

Signs of political deal emerge in Armenia after weeks of crisis

03 May 2018

YEREVAN Signs of a tentative deal to end Armenia's political crisis emerged on Thursday after the ruling party said the country would get a new prime minister next week and a lawmaker who has led street protests said he was on track to be elected.

Armenian protest leader pauses strike for talks with ruling party

03 May 2018

YEREVAN The leader of a protest movement that has rocked Armenia on Tuesday called a pause in a campaign of civil disobedience while he seeks assurances that the ruling party will back him to be the next prime minister. | Video

Armenia protest leader calls for general strike

02 May 2018

YEREVAN The leader of an Armenian protest movement that forced the country's veteran leader to step down announced on Tuesday a nationwide campaign of civil disobedience after the ruling party thwarted his bid to take over as prime minister.

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