The Prime Minister of Armenia in an interview with France Presse talked about the humanitarian crisis in NK, the likelihood of war, the possibilities of normalizing relations with Azerbaijan and the “balancing” between the West and Russia
Regional camps, ideathon and study visits to Armenia and Georgia - EU and CENN for youth empowerment
CENN and the NGO Green Lane, with the help of the European Union, are trying to bring young people living in Georgia and Armenia together and raise their awareness of environmental issues. In this article, we talk about precisely how.
"I couldn't imagine that I would have to do all this"
In the first ten months of 2022, almost 1.5 million tourists visited Armenia. The largest number was from Russia - 46% of all arrivals
The no comment video captures beautiful landscapes of the historical region of the Georgian Kingdom Tao-Klarjeti, modern Turkey.
The rise in consumer prices leaves many people without enough money to live
How the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict, one of the bloodiest in the Caucasus, began and developed in the 1990s
"I received threats from Ivanishvili," former deputy head of Georgia's state security service writes
Gogashvili says he is being asked to testify
Do Armenian reforms meet EU requirements? Armenia is not yet seeking the EU membership, however, according to a number of indices, it does is not lagging behind Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
Russian-owned "Borjomi" temporarily suspended production amid the ongoing Russian-Ukranian war and international anti-Russian sanctions, which also taret the company's owner, Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman
Georgian-Armenian yogurt dispute has erupted after it became known that Georgia banned exports of Armenian matsun via its territory to Russia
Georgian youth talks about the USSR 30 years after its collapse: programmer Gigu Chokheli deliberates about what it was like living in the Soviet Union
Journalists from Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine prepared an overview of the anti-vaccination movements in Eastern Partnership countries
Kidnappings, 'fines' and ever moving border is the current reality of Georgians in the zone of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict - report by Novaya Gazeta
Georgia introduced stricter entry rules for 8 countries amid African strain of coronavirus. Those traveling from the countries on the list will be required to undergo mandatory quarantine
After the Karabakh war, the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict has transformed and expanded into the territory of Armenia, political expert believes
"He cannot be treated like this" - Saakashvili's doctor on the condition of the ex-president of Georgia
Saakashvili’s attending doctor warns of his poor condition, risk of heart attack as opposition holds yet another rally in front of parliament
The European Court of Human Rights rejected the claims of South Ossetia against Georgia. Bekoeva and others v. Georgia as well as Shavlokhova and others v. Georgia regarding August 2008 war were found inadmissable