“The country’s economy increased by USDHalf TrueThe statement is partly accurate, but the details are missing or some of the issues are without context
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“Foreign credits and grants accounted foMostly TrueThe application is accurate, but requires additional information and/or definition
Nika holds a master’s degree from Tbilisi State University’s Diplomacy and International Politics Program and a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the same university. In 2018, within the Erasmus undergraduate exchange program, he spent one academic semester at the University of Porto. Nika is a Future Leaders Exchange Program alumnus.
Before joining FactCheck in February 2020, Nika completed internship programs at Georgian Center for Strategy and Development (GCSD) and at the MFA of Georgia. He speaks English, Turkish, Russian and Spanish.
Currently, Nika is a FactCheck analyst in the field of disinformation and propaganda.Return Back
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“Statements on Georgia being used to bypTrueThe statement is accurate and nothing is missing
According to Giorgi Vashadze’s assessmenFalseThe statement is inaccurate
“Under the United National Movement’s ruMostly FalseIn the statement is the elements of the truth, but the important facts that could have made other impressions
Another piece of disinformation is disseFake NewsFake News
“Foreign direct investments have doubledMostly TrueThe application is accurate, but requires additional information and/or definition