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Georgia’s Prime Minister Resigns


Mon 29 Jan 2024 | 08:32 PM
Israa Farhan

In a press conference televised today, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili announced his resignation ahead of the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for October.

Earlier reports from Georgian media had indicated that Irakli Kobakhidze, the leader of the ruling Georgian Dream party, would replace Garibashvili, who had been serving as Prime Minister since 2021.

The announcement of Garibashvili's resignation comes as Georgia prepares for a crucial parliamentary election, with political dynamics shifting within the ruling party.

The move is seen as part of the party's strategic preparations for the upcoming elections.

Garibashvili's resignation marks a significant development in Georgia's political landscape, as the country faces various challenges and opportunities on both domestic and international fronts.