"There is a dividing line here - either we are still within the Soviet legacy, or we are moving to a truly European system"
President of Georgia: What we are seeing in Pitsunda is a form of annexation of Georgian territory by Russia
Not a single Georgian department or ruling party responded
Salome Zurabishvili also spoke about her informal meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron
"President Zurabishvili repeats messages of radical opposition" - ruling party accuses Georgian President of disrupting Georgia's EU accession
"In Brussels, I found that many of our chances were missed, but not all is lost" - Georgian President Zurabishvili's briefing on EU accession
The President of Georgia said she wouldn't pardon Saakashvili and Gvaramia: "I don't feel sorry for anyone, stop speculating on my statements!"
"You ask me what makes sense, but you should not be asking me. I don't see any logic in this, you have to ask those who are making such statements" - new Interview with Salome Zurabishvili
Salome Zurabishvili about the war with Russia: The President of Georgia stated that membership in NATO and the European Union is the only way to guarantee Georgia's security
Georgian government takes President Zurabishvili to court amid four 'gross violations' of the country's Consituation. These include Zurabishvili's appearence in parliament with a representative of the Ukrainian embassy
Georgian President showed photos of Ukranian war in Parliament: "Georgia stood and stands on the side of Ukraine and Ukrainians! Please stand up and reaffirm our solidarity!"
President Zurabishvili's reconciliation initiative to continue in a new format. Georgian President said that she has 'neither leverage, nor power' to reconcile the opposing parties, and called for a nationwide dialogue
Ex-President Saakashvili supports Zurabishvili's call for reconciliation, saying that President Zurabishvili's speech gave a very 'objective and accurate description of the situation [in the country]'
Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili reiterated that she will not pardon imprisoned ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili: "No and never"
President of Georgia backs the rights of Tbilisi Pride participants, stating that "everyone has the right to freedom of expression" under the Constitution of Georgia and within the Georgian law
On the appointment of ex-President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili to the post in Ukraine and the reaction of the Georgian authorities
Georgian president pardons imprisoned opposition politicians, former Tbilisi mayo Ugulava, ex defense minister Okruashvili
Zurabishvili says she believes the pardoned opposition leaders are ‘criminals’, but made the decision out of the interests of the country
Only the ruling party in Parliament heard the president's annual report