Giorgi Zedginidze, Tbilisi

Rustavi 2-a decisive struggle

The Supreme Court will soon say its final word as to who is the owner of the country’s most top-rated TV company in Georgia. Whether the most critical TV channel will continue broadcasting or not largely depends on this decision.

What do we breathe?

The air is polluted, but it is possible to live in Tbilisi so far

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