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Ongoing Demonstration Activities in Downtown Tbilisi

Date/Location: Daily demonstrations around 7:00pm in front of the Parliament Building and along Rustaveli Avenue may continue in the foreseeable future. Event: The overall level of tension surrounding the protest events of the past week has decreased, but regular and/or sporadic demonstrations may continue. Be prepared for the possibility of road closures, a large police ...
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Executive Order to Impose Sanctions on the Office of the Supreme Leader of Iran (June 24)

Executive Order to Impose Sanctions on the Office of the Supreme Leader of Iran (June 24)   Today, the White House issued an Executive Order sanctioning the Supreme Leaders Office and authorizing further sanctions on those associated with it. This action was taken as part of the Administrations maximum pressure campaign against the Iranian regime, ...
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Joint Statement on Tbilisi Pride decision to postpone “March of Dignity” (June 22)

Joint Statement on Tbilisi Pride decision to postpone “March of Dignity” (June 22)   We welcome the decision by the organizers of Tbilisi Pride to postpone the “March of Dignity” planned for 22 June 2019. Participation in peaceful demonstrations of this sort is an expression of every person’s fundamental human right to freedom of expression ...
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Statement on Iranian Disinformation (June 22)

Statement on Iranian Disinformation (June 22)   Iran’s leaders know the truth is a dangerous thing. It is important to correct the record. First, President Trump did not pass a message through Oman calling for talks with Iran. We have made our position abundantly clear. We are willing to engage when the time is right. ...
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Former DCM Nicolas Berliner’s Remarks to Media at MCC Closing Gala (June 21)

Former DCM Nicolas Berliner’s Remarks to Media at MCC Closing Gala (June 21)   Q-n: how would you assess yesterday’s events? Nicolas Berliner: We were obviously very concerned seeing those events.  I think, first of all, it’s important to know that violence is unacceptable, and then second that there needs to be dialogue here in ...
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