Nov. 24, 08:36
Mikheil Saakashvili spearheaded the Rose Revolution in 2003 and led the nation for nine years before going into exile. After his return, he was arrested on "abuse of power charges."
Nov. 16, 16:29
As the Russians retreated from Kherson last November they looted shops, stripped museums, lifted statues of 18th-century heroes, removed WWII memorabilia and took away 2,000 Ukrainian prisoners.
Oct. 16, 14:57
Political crisis brewing in Georgia.
Aug. 9, 11:28
Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, who authorised the military action in 2008, defended Moscow’s actions in a statement marking the anniversary.
Jul. 27, 11:50
Russian “media outlet” says a change to Ukrainian legislation is part of a “black transplant” conspiracy involving the government, Ukrainian lawmakers, and the wife of the former Georgian President.
Jul. 14, 13:09
A draft appeal to the President of Georgia has been registered in the Parliament of Ukraine, but is waiting for approval from the deputies in the hall of sessions.
Jul. 7, 08:11
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia considers Ukraine’s decision to expel the Georgian ambassador “an extreme form of escalation of diplomatic relations.”
Jul. 4, 08:41
During a court hearing shown on television Monday, Saakashvili lifted his shirt to show his ribs protruding from his chest, a hollow abdomen, and skin clinging tightly to his bones.
Jul. 3, 17:53
Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, attended his latest court appearance by video link and those who saw the footage were shocked by his physical deterioration.
May. 19, 14:31
Georgian opposition group paraphrased the words the Ukrainian military famously said to Russian invaders on Snake Island – including the original expletive.
May. 10, 16:15
Moscow has introduced a new visa regime and lifted the flight ban imposed on Georgia in response to its anti-Moscow rallies in 2019.
War in Ukraine
Apr. 24, 10:48
A Georgian businessman, who holds a British Passport, is involved in repairing Russian military aircraft.
Apr. 15, 11:34
Ukrainian president urges Georgian authorities to make the right moral decision to save the life of ailing imprisoned Saakashvili.
Mar. 11, 10:04
In the wake of mass protests in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, the government withdrew an unpopular “foreign agent” bill. Kyiv Post speaks to Giorgi Vashadze, one of the protest leaders.
War in Ukraine
Mar. 9, 11:58
Georgians took to the streets of Tbilisi again in a night of protests with a harsh government response. They are protesting a “foreign agents” law copy-and-pasted from Moscow’s playbook.