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Since Beijing won the bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics, some schools in China have begun to conduct PE classes in ski resorts to let students enjoy professional training. That includes schools in Altay of Xinjiang. #GLOBALink

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Military servicemen took a military oath at Senior Sergeant Zaza Peradze Basic Combat training Center in Akhalkalaki. From now on they undergo contract-based military service in various units of Georgian Defense Forces. Commander of the Center, Colonel Zakaria Kalandadze congratulated the conscripts on successful accomplishment of the course and wished them honorable service for homeland. 

The conscripts underwent basic combat training at Senior Sergeant Zaza Peradze Basic Combat training Center for eight weeks. They mastered in skills in tactics, communication, first medical aid, marksmanship and other disciplines.  

Following the official part of the ceremony an open door day event was held for the family members of the conscripts. They got familiar to conscripts’ dwelling conditions and attended the presentation on Basic Combat training Center.   

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U.S. Deputy Secretary Wendy Sherman spoke today with Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani.  The relevant press release was published on the official website of the U.S. Department of State.
 
The Deputy Secretary reiterated the United States’ unwavering support for Georgia’s independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.  She noted the United States will continue to urge Russia to withdraw its forces to pre-war positions and comply with the 2008 ceasefire agreement. 

Deputy Secretary Sherman and Foreign Minister Zalkaliani emphasized the need to uphold the right of sovereign nations to choose their own security arrangements and support Georgia and Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of continued Russian aggression, and discussed how to enhance peace and security in Europe.

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We take to heart the tragic events in Kazakhstan that have claimed dozens of lives, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili stated during today's Cabinet meeting.

The Head of Government also spoke about Georgian citizens in Kazakhstan, with some of them already having returned home, and the embassy maintaining active communication with those remaining on the ground, assisting them as-needed basis; they will return home in next few days.

"Allow me to comment on the situation in Kazakhstan. We are keeping a close eye on the events of the past few days. We take to heart the tragic events in Kazakhstan. We hope that all steps will be taken as fast as possible to deescalate the situation, ensure safety and stability. We want Kazakhstan to leave this crisis behind soon in order to continue its path toward development. As for Georgian citizens in Kazakhstan, the Georgian embassy is maintaining contact with them as much as possible to assist them on the ground. As a result of the Government's active work, some have already returned. The embassy maintains active communication with those remaining on the ground, assisting them as-needed basis; they will return to Georgia in next few days," the Prime Minister said.


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