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Killing Anaklia Project

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In early 2020 the Georgian Government canceled the multibillion-dollar Anaklia Port Project. Anaklia Development Consortium — the project’s developers — have accused the Government of trying to deliberately sabotage the project because the government fears pressure from Russia, did not want western investment and the ruling party wanted to support a different port project. Interview with Ted Jonas, a Member of the Supervisory Board of the Anaklia Development Consortium The FINANCIAL Video. Contact: (995 32) 2 252 275…

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Killing Anaklia Project

1 min read

In early 2020 the Georgian Government canceled the multibillion-dollar Anaklia Port Project. Anaklia Development Consortium — the project’s developers — have accused the Government of trying to deliberately sabotage the project because the government fears pressure from Russia, did not want western investment and the ruling party wanted to support a different port project. Interview…

Lieutenant General John M. Paxton, Jr., commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Europe walks with Richard Norland, U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Georgia and Bidzina Ivanishvilli, prime minister-elect, Georgia Dream Coalition in front of Ivanishvilili's residence in Tbilisi, Georgia, during a recent visit to the U.S. Embassy and meetings with Georgian political leaders and Georgian Armed Forces leaders.

Georgia’s Shadow Boss Hires a New Lobbyist in Washington

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Congress in recent decades has abdicated much of its foreign policy responsibilities to the executive branch. The Senate confirms the president’s nominees for ambassadorships and high-level State Department positions. The House begins the process to appropriate funding for foreign aid. And there is of course oversight. Yet in the Trump era, the legislative branch has…

Ivanishvili’s suit to have case heard in Singapore court dismissed

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Former Georgian prime minister Bidzina Ivanishvili failed to have a lawsuit against a Swiss bank involving a US$1.1 billion (S$1.5 billion) trust heard in a court in Singapore instead of Geneva, according to The Straits Times.…