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Georgia is discontent with the State Duma ratified the treaties with Abkhasia and South Ossetia 2008-10-30 17:18 Georgian temporary parliamentary committee for territorial restoration made a special announcement after the ratification of the treaties of friendship, collaboration and mutual assistance with Abkhasia and South Ossetia by the State Duma of the Russian federation.
The Georgian Parliament examines a question of confidence to the new government 2008-10-30 16:49 Next week the Georgian Parliament examines a question of confidence to the new Cabinet of Ministers and considers a new governmental programme "United Georgia without poverty”. Discussions in parliamentary committees and fractions start today.
Burjanadze declared today’s Georgian rule inadequate 2008-10-30 16:11 Nino Burjanadze, the ex-speaker, the leader of the fund “For democratic development” shared the opinion that the changes in Georgian government, initiated by Mikhail Saakashvili, "witness the inadequate perception of the situation in the country by its rule", Interfax informs.
Italian journalist warned of dangerous situation on Georgian-South Ossetian border 2008-10-30 14:08 The situation on a Georgian-South Ossetian demarcation line is getting very dangerous, as it was mentioned in the open letter by Julietto Kieza, an Italian journalist and Europarlament MP, addressed to Italian Foreign Affairs Minister, Franco Frattini. The letter was written after Kiezo’s visit to South Ossetia on October, 25-26th , informs RIA-Novosti.
Georgia called the international community to prohibit Abkhasia and South Ossetia to participate in discussions in Geneva. 2008-10-30 13:20 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia called the international society to influence the position of Russia that sees the discussion in Geneva impossible without delegations of Abkhasia and South Ossetia enjoying full rights, informs Interfax, alluding to the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs statement.
The Ukrspecexport accuses Russia of conducting an infowar 2008-10-30 12:30 Sergey Bondarchuk, the general director of the Ucrspecexport, the state company and the weapons exporter, believes that Russia conducts an infowar, caused by weapons market competition, with the Ukraine, informs Interfax alluding to the press service of the Ukrainian President. "Today Russia conducts an infowar, unprecedented in its scale, against the Ukraine. Though formally Russia is our partner
Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly delegation visits Georgia 2008-10-30 12:29 Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly delegation, headed by its President, Louis Maria de Puch, visits Georgia.
Russians living abroad support the actions of Russia in South Ossetia 2008-10-30 10:45 Russians, living abroad, support the actions of Russia in South Ossetia, announced Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Affairs Minister of Russia. He’s sure that participants of the International conference of compatriots living abroad (opening this Friday in Moscow), "will pay attention to the recent events in the Caucasus", Iterfax quotes Lavrov.
Are Georgians to blame for everything?
Shots are heard no more but confrontation between Russia and Georgia does not cease. Diplomats and PR managers are again on the offensive. And the latter are especially good at advocating the principle that "end justifies means" as it is the basis of PR technologies. Probably that is why anti-Russian campaign in Georgian mass media and anti-Georgian propaganda in Russia are at times close to absurd.
OSCE observers are eager to go to Abkhazia
The week that has passed turned out to be reach in shooting and terrorist attacks along Georgia and Abkhazia border. 4 men were killed in Galsky district of Abkhazia including Edward Emin-zade, the Head of Defence Intelligence. The latest incident of this kind on the border took place in the evening of October 26. According to the Ministry of Defense of Abkhazia information from the Georgian bank of the Inguri river intensive firing of positions of the Russian troops was started that continued for around 5 minutes. For the opponent’s fire suppression return fire was initiated.
People in the conflict zone are dissatisfied with the international observers
European Union observers detained by local law-enforcement agencies in Artsev village in South Ossetia on October 26 have been released. In compliance with the current agreement they are not entitled to cross the border within the conflict area without preliminary notification to the republic authorities.
Military operations in Georgia – debriefing
The war is over. Both Georgian and Ossetian refugees are coming back to their homes doing their best to forget the August events as a nightmare. They don't care who and why started the war and what mistakes were made in the course of the military operation. War experts that criticized combat capabilities of both armies tried to answer these questions.
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