Sovetakan Vrastan

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Sovetakan Vrastan

 

(Soviet Georgia), an Armenian-language republic newspaper of the Georgian SSR. Founded in 1920, it was originally called Karmir astkh (Red Star), changed its name several times, and assumed its present name in 1940. Sovetakan Vrastan is published in Tbilisi three times a week. Circulation, 40,000 (1975). The newspaper was awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor in 1970.

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