MIA: Lev Leshenko has already left Georgia
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has confirmed that Russian singer Lev Leshenko was indeed in Georgia. According to the agency, he has already left Georgia.
He was in Georgia, Abkhazia, in 2013 in violation of the Law on the Occupied Territories. There are numerous shots of this. Nevertheless, as it turned out, no violations of Leshenko were observed while crossing the border.
“As for his entry into the country, he passed the passport control smoothly, because there was no control of any kind, nor was there any date of entry or exit into the occupied territory.” – Radio Liberty was informed in the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Nika Gvaramia, General Director of the Main Channel, initially spread information about Lev Leshchenko’s arrival in Georgia. He said on July 25 that “Leshchenko, who sang Abkhazian independence in Abkhazian, is resting at Bidzina Ivanishvili’s hotel today.”
Radio Liberty President Jamie Fly met with the Prime Minister of Georgia
Jamie Fly, President and Chief Executive Officer of Radio Liberty, met with Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili at the Georgian Government Administration.
“During the meeting with Prime Minister Gharibashvili, I stressed the need for a thorough investigation into the events of July 5. Those who sponsored and led the violent attacks on more than 50 journalists, including Radio Liberty, must be held accountable. “Attacking journalists is absolutely unacceptable and really disturbing, given the recent tradition of media freedom in Georgia.” – Said Jamie Fly after the meeting.
Epidemiological situation in Georgia
Georgia is already in the red zone due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, but as government officials say, there will be no more closures.
The Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Natia Turnava, says that all the conditions are created in the country to manage the pandemic without “lockdown”, with enhanced vaccination. At a briefing for the media after the government session, he spoke about the difference between the spring of 2020 and the current year, noting that pandemics are relatively easy to manage in the face of closure, but require a loan that the country no longer has the ability to afford.
139,756 people have been fully vaccinated so far. At this stage, the stock of Astrazeneca vaccine in the country is exhausted. “Astrazeneka” registration places are exhausted, but this does not mean that there is no vaccine in the country … additional places will be added … it may take one or two days for “Astrazeneka” to appear “, – said the Deputy Minister of Health, Tamar Gabunia.
Currently, 86% of the coronavirus-mobilized bed fund in the country has already been filled due to increased referrals. Of these, 216 patients are undergoing resuscitation treatment.
Ai Fact Reveals 26 Priests Attending Violent Rally on July 5
The “Union of Investigative Journalists” “I Fact” found 26 priests in photos and videos of the July 5 violent rally.
“Priests incited violence first from the pulpit and then from the stairs in front of the parliament.” – We read in the study.
At least 55 people were injured in the violence, including 53 journalists. One of the cameramen, Lekso Lashkarava, an employee of TV Pirveli, was found dead on July 11. Police have so far not arrested anyone on charges of organizing the violence. None of the detainees is a clergyman.
See the list here.
Georgia’s four protected areas have been granted UNESCO World Natural Heritage status
According to the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili, four protected areas of Georgia: Mtirala and Kolkheti National Parks and Kintrishi and Kobuleti Protected Areas have been granted UNESCO World Natural Heritage status.
“This is the most important event not only for the country, but also for the region. “UNESCO World Heritage Sites are the most important part of the Caucasus Eco-region and the Black Sea Basin.” – Gharibashvili writes on “Facebook”.
UN: Civilian casualties increase in Afghanistan
About 2,400 civilians were killed or wounded in Afghanistan in May-June 2021, the highest figures in two months. A similar report has been produced by the UN since 2009. More women and children have died in the last six months than in any of the six months before.
According to a report released by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) on July 26, 46% of those killed in half a year were women and children.
Without Leaf – What price do women pay for freedom?
Just a few inches of fabric, plastic details, metal fasteners, lace and a “pin” – most women wear different variants of this combination every day.
In summer, a tight-fitting leaf on the body is rarely comfortable. In general – if anyone does not know – wearing a leaf is mostly an inconvenience.
When Marita was ten years old, a slightly putkuna girl on the dance lesson, a male teacher told Marita’s group in front of the whole group, you already have big breasts and put on a leaf. Marita immediately decided not to walk with this teacher anymore – who should be the victim of bullying senior men ?! From the age of 17-18 he wears it only when he deems it necessary. She made this choice after realizing that she was a feminist – in the environment where she grew up, there was simply no knowledge that a woman could dress differently.
Why does society have a claim on a woman’s body? Is Leaf Harmful To Your Health? What do you forgive men and do not forgive women? – Read more in Tamuna Chkareuli’s article.
In the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, young people try to get higher education mainly in Batumi or Tbilisi. This choice is related to various factors: geography, financial situation, location. What development prospects do students see after graduating from highland Adjara? How much does the acquired knowledge help them in their professional advancement and what profession should you choose in order not to lose yourself? We are talking to students and graduates from mountainous Adjara.