Tbilisi hosts charity event for Azerbaijani children
A charity for Azerbaijani children was organized in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi on November 23.
Children deprived of parental care, as well as those from law-income families in Marneuli, Bolnisi and Dmanisi districts of Georgia attended the event held a children's entertainment center in Tbilisi, an APA correspondent reported from Tbilisi.
The event was supported by the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Georgia and the Association of Azerbaijani Business in Georgia (AZEBI).
Entertaining games and lunch were organized for the children in the event. The children were given gifts.
Representatives of the Azerbaijani Embassy in Tbilisi and Azerbaijani companies operating in Georgia also took part in the event.
Well-known Ukrainian actor Oleg Savkin, who is originally from Azerbaijan, also supported the charity event.
- 23.03.2018Macron: London Shared "Proof" of Russian Involvement in Skripal Poisoning
- 23.03.2018France siege: Trebes supermarket hostage-taker who killed three shot dead by police - UPDATED
- 23.03.2018US Patriot missile system not alternative to Russia’s S-400, says Turkish PM
- 23.03.2018Turkey continuing talks with US over Patriot missiles
- 23.03.2018Several EU countries might recall diplomats from Moscow
- 23.03.2018The European Union recalls Moscow envoy
- 23.03.2018Policeman discharged after Salisbury attack
- 22.03.2018Erdogan, Trump discuss bilateral, regional issues
- 22.03.2018British PM May says Russia poses threat to all of Europe
- 22.03.2018US, EU to provide financial aid to Georgia
- 22.03.2018Nadezhda Savchenko arrested - UPDATED
- 20.03.20184 PKK terrorists surrender in eastern Turkey
- 19.03.2018Soldier, village guard martyred in SE Turkey
- 19.03.2018Britain wins fresh EU, NATO support over nerve attack
- 19.03.2018PKK terror attack kills villager in eastern Turkey
- 19.03.2018Putin, Macron mull situation in Syria
- 19.03.2018Erdogan: Turkish Army may enter Iraq’s Sinjar
- 19.03.2018EU demands Russia urgently hands over all information on Novichok nerve agent programme
- 19.03.2018Turkish embassy in Denmark attacked with petrol bombs, no injuries - police
- 18.03.2018U.K. should consider extending Brexit talks, Commons Panel says
- 18.03.2018Demonstrations against racism erupt across the U.K.
- 18.03.2018Maldives police arrest 139 opposition protesters under emergency rule
- 17.03.2018Sweden, North Korea talks end, may help pave way for Trump-Kim encounter
- 17.03.2018Turkish PM blasts EU parliament motion on Afrin operation
- 17.03.2018European powers propose new Iran sanctions to meet Trump ultimatum
- 17.03.2018Former columnist of defunct Turkish daily released
- 17.03.2018Turkish military denies bombing hospital in Afrin
- 17.03.2018PYD/PKK explosives kill 6 civilians in Afrin village
- 17.03.2018Erdogan talks to NATO chief, Ukrainian president
- 17.03.2018Palestinian ramming attack kills 2 Israeli soldiers in West Bank: military
- 16.03.2018EU starts retaliation process against U.S. tariffs
- 16.03.2018UK treating death of Russian businessman Glushkov as murder: police
- 16.03.2018Boris Johnson: “Overwhelmingly likely” Putin ordered nerve agent attack
- 16.03.2018Turkey, US still discuss Manbij issue: State Dept. Spox
- 16.03.2018Erdogan, Merkel discuss counter-terrorism over phone
- 15.03.2018EU to propose 3 percent digital tax on turnover of large firms: draft
- 15.03.2018Slovakian prime minister resigns amid journalist murder
- 15.03.2018UK, US, France and Germany blame Russia for nerve agent attack
- 15.03.2018Turkish FM's US visit postponed
- 15.03.2018New German FM to 'pursue more active foreign policy'
- 23.11.2017Azerbaijani President met with President of Ukraine
- 23.11.2017NATO chief says drill incident will not happen again
- 23.11.2017German Social Democrats under pressure to form grand coalition
- 23.11.2017Vatican confirms Pope Francis to see Myanmar army chief
- 23.11.2017French leader calls migrant trade in Libya inhuman
- 23.11.2017Germany's liberal party rejects coalition with Greens