2007 in Georgia (country)
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Years in Georgia (country)
- President of Georgia: Mikheil Saakashvili (25 January 2004-25 November 2007); Nino Burjanadze (acting; since 25 November 2007)
- Prime Minister: Zurab Noghaideli (17 February 2005-16 November 2007); Lado Gurgenidze (since 22 November 2007)
- Chairperson of the Parliament: Nino Burjanadze (24 March 2004-25 November 2007); Mikheil Machavariani (acting; since 25 November 2007)
- 4 March - Parliamentary elections, considered illegal by Georgia and not recognized by any other country, are held in breakaway Abkhazia.
- 11 March - 2007 Georgia helicopter attack incident: Georgia accuses Russian air force of shelling the Kodori Valley (Upper Abkhazia).
- 10–12 May - Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007: Georgia debuts, with Sopho Khalvashi, at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, and finishes twelfth in the final contest.
- 7 August - 2007 Georgia missile incident: Georgia accuses Russian air force of targeting a Radar installation on its territory.
- 21 August - 2007 Georgia plane downing incident: conflicting accounts report a plane crash in Abkhazia, sparking a new round of accusations.
- 20 September - Bokhundjara incident: Georgian Special Forces raid a military training camp in breakaway Abkhazia, killing two Russian instructors.
- 7 November - 2007 Georgian demonstrations: Police breaks up the anti-government demonstrations in Tbilisi; nation-wide state of emergency is declared.
- 8 November - Early presidential elections are announced to be held on 5 January 2008.
- 25 November - The incumbent President Mikheil Saakashvili resigns the post to rerun for the early presidential elections; the parliamentary chairperson Nino Burjanadze becomes the acting head of state.
- 20 May - Guram Sharadze (born 1940), a Georgian historian and politician; gunned down in Tbilisi.
- 16 November - Goderdzi Chokheli (born 1954), a Georgian novelist, scriptwriter, and film director.
- 2007 Timeline. Civil Georgia.