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Georgia and the war in Ukraine: Meeting the nation’s first female president

By France24
19 November 2022   |   1:27 pm
As the war in Ukraine continues to rumble on, watching events very closely are Russia's neighbours. Five of those countries are led by women including Georgia. Annette Young speaks to the Georgian President, Salome Zurabishvili about the impact of the war on her country and the region.

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