Georgia - National Security

10 Apr, 2020
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Giorgi Bilanishvili, research fellow, GFSIS

Nearly 30 years passed since Georgia gained independence, but its national security is under constant danger, facing grave challenges that prevent its development and undermine the stability of the country. The region, where Georgia is located, is quite unstable, Georgia’s territorial integrity is violated, Russia continues its heavy military presence on occupied territories and effectively controls the ongoing processes in those regions. The social-economic situation stays unfavorable, the society is deeply polarized, the quality of integration of densely settled ethnic minorities into the Georgian society is low, state borders with most neighbors are not demarcated and delimited.


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