"Georgia must implement all 12 recommendations identified" - Josep Borrell
Daily roundup of local media from three South Caucasus countries
"I am here where I have to be and I will go wherever I have to go because it is my highest constitutional duty," Salome Zurabishvili said
"The Georgian government should realize that it is impossible to sit on two chairs all the time" - analyst of the Foundation for Strategic and International Studies Zurab Batiashvili
"It does not matter whether the impeachment will take place or not. The main thing is that this process has begun" - Director of the European Initiative - Liberal Academy of Tbilisi Lasha Tugushi
"Ukraine, Moldova, Balkan countries and eventually Georgia will join the EU" - German Foreign Minister
"I don't know if anyone would have thought of this even five years ago" - Analena Berbock
100 years of success in Kazakhstan’s Market and 15 years in Georgia
"The need to unite Georgia's political forces has never been more acute"
The main idea of the new non-political association is to provide people with "an opportunity for civic engagement"
"The claim that the West wants to drag Georgia into war is complete nonsense" - ex-US State Department official
"Everyone in the U.S. and Europe who is following the ongoing war in Ukraine realizes that Georgia is in a very vulnerable position" - Daniel Fried
Will the Georgian authorities be able to declare impeachment of the president, and why did they go for it?
"This is a conscious step against Georgia's European future, deepening polarization in the country and deliberately creating a crisis"
"This is a political scam, the authorities are violating the constitution by obstructing Georgia's accession to the EU" - opinion
"The authorities are violating the constitution by obstructing the president's action on the country's accession to the European Union"
"The authorities are scoring points in front of Russia. Georgia has never had such a weak government and such a weak opposition"
At the same time, the ruling party recognises that "without the votes of the radical opposition, impeachment will not be possible"
Daily roundup of local media from three South Caucasus countries, opinions, photo, video
As the world is distracted by the war in Ukraine, a new agreement between Tbilisi and Beijing could pave the way for Chinese presence in the Black Sea.
"Zurabishvili actually opposes the interests of the country's European integration" - the authorities say and intend to collect 100 votes to declare impeachment
Bzhania hopes that "Tbilisi will not give in to calls from Western countries to open a 'second front' against Russia"