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Georgia - Europe Started Here

Publication date: 01.07.2015

Embassy of Georgia to Japan would like to express heartfelt gratitude for support shown to Georgian people after natural disaster that occurred in Tbilisi on June 13-14, 2015. 

 
Publication date: 06.11.2013

 

OPERATIVE MANUAL

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

DIPLOMATIC PROTOCOL DEPARTMENT

RULES OF ACCREDITATION FOR FOREIGN JOURNALISTS PLANNING TO COVER THE INAUGURATION OF THE PRESIDENT OF GEORGIA

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

PRESS AND INFORMATION DEPARTMENT

 
Publication date: 05.11.2013

On the Occasion of Georgian Prima-Ballerina Ms. Nino Ananiashvili’s concert tours in Japan charity event „Nina For Fukushima” was held at “Hyatt Regency Tokyo” on November 5.

 
Publication date: 12.10.2013

 

Following the visit of representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Georgia to the villages adjacent to the occupation line in the Tskhinvali region, the Embassy of Japan issued the following statement:

 

 
Publication date: 02.09.2013

On the 2nd of September 2013, at the meeting of the Heads of Georgian Diplomatic Missions Abroad held at the Radisson Hotel in Tbilisi, the Georgian Foreign Minister addressed the attending audience.

 
Publication date: 20.06.2013

 

The State Services Development Agency (SSDA) under the Ministry of Justice is currently engaged in efforts to improve electoral lists, and for this purpose has been actively analyzing electoral databases since April 2013.

 

 
Publication date: 27.05.2013

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses its deep concern over the installation of wire fences by the Russian occupation forces across the Tskhinvali region's occupation line, in particular, in the territories of the villages of Ditsi and Dvani, which represents a blatant violation of the fundamental principles of international law, primarily of Georgia's territorial integrity and the inviolability of internationally recognized borders, as well as of the 12 August 2008 Ceasefire Agreement.

 
Publication date: 21.02.2013

 

On February 20-21, 2013 the Fourth Japan-Black Sea Area Dialogue was held in Tokyo with sponsorship of the Global Forum of Japan and BSEC (Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation).

 

 
Publication date: 04.02.2013

 

From the 1st to the 3rd of February 2013, the Georgian Foreign Minister, Ms Maia Panjikidze, took part in the Munich Security Conference. Ms Panjikidze notably took part in the session on security and stability in south-eastern Europe and the Caucasus, discussing ways in which peace and security could be strengthened in the South Caucasus Region as well as Georgia's European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

 
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Publication date: 05.10.2009

Georgian sumo wrestler Teimuraz Djugheli (Gagamaru) was promoted to the sekitori status

 
Publication date: 01.10.2009

TBILISI, September 30, 2009-The independent Commission tasked by the European Council to discover the facts related to the origins of last year's invasion of Georgia by Russia released its report. Almost all of the facts in the report confirm the Georgian version of events.

 
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JATA – World Travel Fair 2009

 
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Information on the working visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia to the Republic of Armenia
 
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Ms. Keti Dolidze, a film director, who made a documentary "White Scarf” on the 1993 war in

 
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Publication date: 25.08.2009

Seventy years ago Sunday, the Soviet Union signed a pact with Nazi Germany that gave dictator Josef Stalin a free hand to take over part of Poland and the Baltic states on the eve of World War II.

 
Publication date: 24.08.2009
 

According to the reports of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, on 19 August 2009, illegal armed gangs of the Tskhinvali proxy regime escorted by a 10-man division of the Russian occupation troops and an armoured carrier started to demolish the houses on the occupied territory of the village of Disevi, Gori district, in the vicinity of the occupation line. Georgian policemen promptly notified the deputy chief of Russian border guards Dimitri Chigorov. However, the Russian side made no response to Georgian request. Currently the demolition of the houses that belong to the displaced Georgian population is still underway.

 
Publication date: 21.08.2009

 

 

Russian mass-media sources, including the Russian governmental newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta, have recently issued reports that the Georgian special services are allegedly planning to carry out acts of sabotage involving groups dressed in Russian uniforms in Georgia's Abkhazia and Tskhinvali regions, which are currently occupied by Russia.

 

 
Publication date: 20.08.2009
 
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Publication date: 19.08.2009

Consultations regarding the election of Georgian candidature at the 2011 UN Human Rights Council have been held with the representatives of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.

 

 
Publication date: 19.08.2009

 

 

In August 2008, Russia - a CIS member state unleashed against Georgia - also a CIS member state military aggression, carried out occupation of the inalienable parts of the Georgian territory, ethnic cleansing and recognition of the so-called ‘independence' of the proxy regimes set up by Russia on the occupied territories. Accent should be put on the involvement of Russian military detachments acting under the cover of the CIS collective peacekeeping forces in the preparation and implementation of military aggression against Georgia.

 
Publication date: 18.08.2009

On 17 August 2009, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Alexander Nalbandov received Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Georgia Masayoshi Kamohara.

 

 
Publication date: 16.08.2009

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia sent a letter of gratitude to Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan

 

On 14 August 2009, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Grigol Vashadze sent a letter of gratitude to Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan Hirofumi Nakasone for the Japanese side's consent, in response to the Georgian side's request, to reduce restrictions for Japanese citizens' travel to the territory of Georgia.

The Japanese side retained restrictions only on the movement throughout the territories adjacent to the Tskhinvali region and Abkhazia.

14 August 2009

 
Publication date: 16.08.2009
 

Under the Law of Georgia Concerning Occupied Territories done on 23 October 2008, the following territories are considered occupied: the territories of Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia and of Tskhinvali Region. On the basis of the Agreement on Cease-Fire done on 12 August 2008, the above Law is also effective at the following territories: the village of Perevi in Sachkhere district as well as the territories of Kurta, Eredvi and Azhara municipalities and Akhalgori municipality.

 
 
Publication date: 16.08.2009

On 3 August, 2009  a visa section was opened at the Embassy of Japan.

 

 

 
Publication date: 13.08.2009

 

One year has passed after the Russian aggression against Georgia and the signing of the EU brokered six-point Ceasefire Agreement of 12 August 2008 which gives international community good reason to recapitulate current state of affairs as far as the implementation of this important document is concerned.

 

 
Publication date: 13.08.2009

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan has downgraded the travel risk level for those individuals who wish to visit Georgia’s unoccupied regions.

 

 
Publication date: 13.08.2009

 

On 12 August 2009 Russia and the Tskhinvali proxy regime denied access to the territory of Tskhinvali to OSCE Chairman-in-Office special representative Charalampos Christopoulos. Obviously, the Russian side and its proxy regimes raise objections not only the UN and OSCE representatives entering the occupied regions but also to the mere presence of vehicles flying the flags of these organizations. Such approach points clearly to Moscow's attitude to international organizations and to its own international commitments in general.

 
Publication date: 13.08.2009

On 12 August 2009, on the anniversary of the signing of the six-point ceasefire agreement, V. Putin - the main initiator and ideologist of the war that was unleashed against Georgia on 7 August 2008 - arrived in occupied Sokhumi in violation of Georgia's state border.

 

 
Publication date: 12.08.2009

On 10 August 2009 the Polish National Security Bureau published a document "A Year after the Russian-Georgian War - the State of the Ceasefire Agreements of 12 August 2008 and 8 September 2008". The document provides an analysis of the progress in the implementation of the six-point agreement brokered by the then EU Presidency - France, and puts an accent on the violations of this Agreement by the Russian side.

 

 
Publication date: 12.08.2009

On June 30, 2009, at the Japan Institute of International Affairs,Prime Minister of Japan Taro Aso delivered a speech: "Japan's Diplomacy: Ensuring Security and Prosperity”

 

 
Publication date: 12.08.2009

On August 7, 2009 the meeting took place with the representatives of  the Non-Governmental Organization "Koma” Ms. Keiko Koma and executive director Mr. Kunihiko Yoshimeki.

 
Publication date: 12.08.2009

Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Nalbandov held meetings with Ambassadors and high-level representatives accredited in Georgia    On 7 and 10 August 2009, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Nalbandov held meetings with Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and high-level representatives of Turkey, the Netherlands, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Japan, Sweden, Poland, Italy, the Hellenic Republic and Kazakhstan accredited in Georgia.

Discussions focused on a broad spectrum of cooperation within the international organizations, in particular, the United Nations and prospects for their reinforcement.

At the end of the meeting, the sides agreed to continue active consultations on the aforesaid and other issues of bilateral interest.

10 August 2009

 

 
Publication date: 12.08.2009

 On 7 August 2009 "Amnesty International" published a report to mark the anniversary of the Russian-Georgian War - "Civilians in the Aftermath of War". The report focuses on issues concerning the challenges of the victims of Russian aggression against Georgia and security on the occupied territories.

 

 
Publication date: 11.08.2009

On August 11, 2009 a meeting was held with representatives of the Humanitarian Assistance and Emergency Relief Division, Ministry of foreign Affairs of Japan.

 

 
Publication date: 10.08.2009

 On 7 August 2008, Russian Army crossed over the Georgian border through the Roki Tunnel and launched a pre-planned, full scale land, air and sea military aggression against its sovereign neighbor, an act condemned by the entire international community and international organizations, including EU, NATO, OSCE, and Council of Europe.

 
Publication date: 07.08.2009

 

 

 
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The Russian Ministry of Defence made a statement on 1 August 2009 accusing the Georgian side of carrying out military provocations against the Tskhinvali region. Based on this groundless and misleading statement, the Russian Defence Ministry expresses its readiness "to use all available force and means" against Georgia that can be seen as an undisguised threat.
 
Publication date: 07.08.2009

Based on the report of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, on 2 August 2009 Russian occupants entered the village of Kveshi, Gori district (Shida Kartli) and with the aim of shifting the so-called "border" marked off the territory of the Georgian village with posts, which represents an attempt by the Russian occupants to penetrate into the depth of the Georgian territory.

 
Publication date: 07.08.2009
 
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Hackers on Thursday shut down the fast-growing messaging service Twitter for hours, while Facebook experienced intermittent access problems.

Twitter said it suffered a denial-of-service attack, in which hackers command scores of computers toward a single site at the same time, preventing legitimate traffic from getting through.

 

 

 
Publication date: 05.08.2009
    

Russian troops in the breakaway province of South Ossetia have been put on increased combat readiness amid rising tensions on the de facto border with Georgia, according to officials.

 

 
Publication date: 04.08.2009

The occupation forces of the Russian Federation are constructing a military aerodrome on the adjacent territory of Historic Palace of Mukhranbatoni, now serving as a Nunnery of St. Monk Aleksi (Shushania), located in the village Ikoti of the Akhalgori Municipality in the occupied Tskhinvali Region. The construction of military aerodrome on this location endangers the existence of this significant historic monument.

 
Publication date: 04.08.2009

Based on the reports of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, on 29 July, at 23:30 the villages of Zemo Khviti and Zemo Niqozi and a Georgian police checkpoint located nearby came under fire from the Russian-occupied territory of Georgia - Tskhinvali. The intense fire lasted for an hour and involved rifles, mortars and machine guns.

 
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Publication date: 24.06.2009
Georgian doll
 
Publication date: 12.06.2009
On June 10-11, 2009 the third Japan-OSCE conference was held in Tokyo
 
Publication date: 27.05.2009
Georgia’s Independence Day Reception
 
Publication date: 26.05.2009
 
Publication date: 15.05.2009

Information on the visit of the delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia to Japan

 
Publication date: 28.04.2009

Information on the Sofia Energy Summit

 
Publication date: 28.04.2009

Comment by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia on the interview of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Mr. Sergei Lavrov, given to the BBC Russian service

 
Publication date: 07.04.2009

The newly appointed Ambassador of Japan to Georgia presented the copy of credential to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

 
Publication date: 26.03.2009
 
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 Joint Press Statement

 
Publication date: 12.03.2009
 
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Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Grigol Vashadze concluded his visit in Japan

 
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Publication date: 23.02.2009
GUAM Japan Meeting in Tokyo
 
Publication date: 20.02.2009

Information on the Workshop on Investments and Trade Promotion between GUAM countries and Japan

 
Publication date: 12.12.2008
 
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Masayuki Yamauchi / Special to The Yomiuri Shimbun

In August, Georgia inadvisedly provoked a war with Russia, a development so serious it had the potential to spark a new Cold War, which would have seen the United States and Russia face off against each other in the Caucasus region.

 

 
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Given the tremendous damage that Russia has inflicted on Georgia, it is easy to conclude that the Kremlin has achieved its objectives. But, so far, Russia has failed in its real goal — getting rid of Mikheil Saakashvili, Georgia's prodemocracy, pro-American president. For three years, Russia has tried every conceivable tactic to bring Saakashvili down — fomenting a domestic uprising, imposing an economic blockade, beefing up its forces in the enclaves, and finally a war. Yet Saakashvili remains in power.

 

 
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