Critics’ Week will be held in Berlin on February 14-22, at the Berlin International Film Festival.
The magazines „The Spaces“ and "CNN Style" have chosen the seven most savvy cities to watch this year – among them Georgia’s capital.
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Baptist church opens in Tbilisi
11:59 02-02-2016
Baptist church opens in Tbilisi International Baptist church has been opened in Tbilisi; - IPN has been informed from the Religious Issues State Agency. The solemn opening ceremony was attended by the agency representatives.

As reported the church pastor has thanked the agency for support.

The Agency head Zaza Vashakmadze congratulated the parish on the church opening adding freedom of confession, belief and expression represents the main priority of a democratic country. ‘The Georgian state and agency will continue promoting different religious organizations to deepen cooperation,’ the statement released by the agency reads.

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