More than 120,000 People in Georgia took part in the March for Europe

More than 120,000 Georgians marched in the streets of Georgia in support of the country's EU bid, days after the European Commission recommended postponing Tbilisi's bid, AFP reported.

Waving Georgian, Ukrainian and European flags, thousands of protesters flooded the main street in the capital, Tbilisi.

"They will tear us apart, just like they had done to Yugoslavia"

He told a Ukrainian TV station that Western countries, such as Poland, Hungary and Romania, have their own goals, investing money in border areas and actively giving their passports to Ukrainians.
"We are not economically independent, we cannot support ourselves, we do not have a promising future, we live on credit," Murayev said, as reported by Sputnik.

NATO Scales up Black Sea Presence to Counter Alleged Russian Threat

NATO is boosting its presence in the Black Sea, the organization's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said after a meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal. The alliance attributed this move to the allegedly growing Russian threat. Kiev and NATO plan to hold joint military drills in Odessa this year, Izvestia writes.

Two Bulgarians were Detained with 40kg of Heroin in Georgia

Georgian authorities, in cooperation with US anti-trafficking authorities, busted an organized criminal group. 40 kg of heroin was seized, Russian and Georgian media reported, quoted by BNR.

According to the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs, the action was carried out for two months, two Bulgarian citizens were detained.

PM Orban thanks Georgian counterpart for involvement in Black Sea-Caspian transport route

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban had a meeting with his Georgian counterpart, Giorgi Gakharia, on Friday, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, in which context the Romanian official thanked his counterpart for the active involvement of his country in the Black Sea-Caspian transport route.

Bulgaria and Georgia Restore Direct Airline

Bulgaria and Georgia to re-open Sofia-Tbilisi direct flight. This was made clear after a meeting between Transport Minister Rosen Zhelyazkov and Georgian Prime Minister Georgy Gakharia. The Transport Minister participated in the Silk Road forum, which brought together ministers, business representatives and experts in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi.

Bulgaria and Georgia Discussed the Implementation of the Agreement on the Regulation of Labor Migration

Labor and Social Policy Minister Bisser Petkov and Georgia's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Tamara Liluashvili discussed the preparation of administrative procedures for the implementation of the Agreement on the Regulation of Labor Migration between Bulgaria and Georgia, which was signed in Tbilisi on September 30.