Sovet Giurdzhustany

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Sovet Giurdzhustany

 

(in Azerbaijani, Sovet Qürjüstanï; Soviet Georgia), a republic-wide Azerbaijani-language newspaper of the Georgian SSR. Founded in 1922, the newspaper appeared as Eni fikir (New Thought) until 1927, when it was renamed Eni kend (The New Village). It received its present name in 1939. It is published three times a week in Tbilisi. Circulation, approximately 35,000 (1975). Sovet Giurdzhustany was awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor in 1972.

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