Public Relations and Cultural Diplomacy

Public diplomacy refers to diplomatic activities that directly reach out, in cooperation with the private sector, to the people and public opinions of foreign countries as opposed to traditional diplomatic activities that are conducted between governments.
Director of Department for Public Relations and Cultural Diplomacy Dr. Ushangi Rezhinashvili

Verdugo ClubAs a result of active work and efforts made by the Abkhazia Institute for Social and Economic Research, the Georgian Diaspora showed an interest towards the prosperity and well-being of their motherland, Georgia. 
To honor the current Georgian government it has chosen the proper means of ruling demonstrating consideration of the civilians living not only in Georgia, but also outside the country. Verdugo Club

Genocide of GeorgiansThe exhibition is dedicated to the memory of the victims of aggressive separatism in Georgia in 1992-93 and aims to spread true about tragedy in Abkhazia which occurred 14 years ago. The panels will be mount with hundreds photos taken after fall of Sukhumi by internationally acclaimed photojournalist Malcolm Linton portray genocide victims and perpetrators.

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Abkhazia Institute for Social and Economic Research with Georgian-American Community, “Tanamemamule News” in UK organizing photo exhibition on September 27, 2007 under aggie of Georgian Embassy in US and Georgian Embassy in UK to be carried out as a part of a program “We Remember” aimed to spread true about tragedy in Abkhazia which occurred 14 years ago.

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At its monthly meeting, the AISER tackled the explosive subject of anti-Georgian discrimination in Russia, country presently seeking entry into WTO. The assembly was held on Thursday, August 23 at the Glendale AISER Headquarters.

 By Ushangi Rizhinashvili, Ramaz Mitaishvili, Irakli Gagua
Public diplomacy refers to diplomatic activities that directly reach out, in cooperation with the private sector, to the people and public opinions of foreign countries as opposed to traditional diplomatic activities that are conducted between governments.

There are 3,700 inhabitants in Leuville-sur-Orge. A town alike the thousands of other cities in the Ile-de-France region. Except this city became a symbolic place for Georgians, with its castle and its orthodox cemetery.

 

Indeed, Noe Jordania, the first president of the independent Georgia who took refuge in France after Bolsheviks took power, is buried there.
Today, Leuville-sur-Orge is a must-go place for Georgian officials visiting France. On the footsteps of this surving Georgian immigrant community from the 20th century.