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South Ossetian Foreign Ministry asks the EU to reconsider observers’ mandates 2008-11-06 17:11 The South Ossetian Foreign Ministry called the work of European observer mission ineffective.
Number of parties willing to participate in the protest action on November, 7th , increases 2008-11-06 16:36 The number of parties willing to join the protest action on November, 7th , in Georgia, has increased. The coming action is the first anniversary the events dated November, 2007.
EU observer mission demands access to Abkhasia and South Ossetia 2008-11-06 15:57 EU observer mission, that started its work in Georgia after the events of August, 2008, demands access to the territories of Abkhasia and South Ossetia, said Peter Semneby, the special representative of the EU in South Caucasus, after his meeting with Georgy Arsenishvili, the chairman of Georgian Parliamentary Committee for Human Rights and Civil Integration, on Thursday.
Danish Parliament Speaker visits Georgia 2008-11-06 15:14 Tor Pedersen, the Speaker of Danish Parliament, officially visits Georgia on November, 9-11th.
OSCE Bureau for Human Rights representatives visits South Ossetia 2008-11-06 13:43 South Ossetia is expected to be visited by the OSCE OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights representatives. According to the South Ossetian Foreign Affairs press service, the delegation comprises Toralv Nordbo, ODIHR Deputy Director, Pavel Chakuk , the ODIHR Councillor for Human Rights, Noah Lein, the ODIHR Logistics and Security Officer and Mikhai Gribincha, the Seniour
PACE abstained from criticizing Russia in connection with the events on Caucasus 2008-11-06 12:48 Russia is content with the he Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) conference results, occurred in course if the UN General Assembly session in New York, shared Leonid Slutsky, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma's Committee on International Affairs, RIA Novosti informs.
Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister officially visits Greece on November, 6-7th 2008-11-06 12:11 On November, 6-7th, Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister, officially visits Greece, RIA-Novosti informs, alluding to the source in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece.
Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister called Medvedev’s appeal “aggressive” 2008-11-06 11:03 Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister, called the appeal of the Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, to the Federal Assembly "aggressive", Regnum informs.
Places in Noah’s Ark will be distributed in accordance with the genetic principle 2008-11-06 10:45 The Earth is suffering of its 6th cataclysm. A group of scientists decided to determine who will find his/her place in the new Ark, should something terrible happen. The genetic aspect is going to be the chief principle in this choice.
South Ossetia’s new government
On Friday, October 31 the President of South Ossetia Edward Kokoyty signed a decree on the composition of the new government. It is made up of people famous throughout the republic and the officials that worked in North Ossetia before.
Abkhazia fences itself off from Georgia
In the morning of November 1 in Khurcha village in Zugdidsky district a bridge connecting the region with Galsky district of Abkhazia was blown up. News agencies of Georgia with reference to the eye-witnesses informed that the bridge had been exploded by Russian militaries that blockade all crossings across the Ingury river between Abkhazia and Georgia.
Ramaz Sakvarelidze: Russia has “raised” Saakashvili’s rating
The sea, barbecue and good humor – this used to be the image of Georgia for Russians missing the sun. The faces of Georgians would relax in broad smiles when Moscow was mentioned. Now the peoples are set apart by the war and reciprocal offences. What is going on in Tbilisi now? How will neighbors live further on, how will relationships be patched up? We asked Ramaz Sakvarelidze, a Georgian politologist, to answer these questions.2008-11-06 10:09
Georgian church delegation goes to confer with the Holy Synod
On 4th November an official delegation from the Georgian Orthodox Church is arriving in Moscow. It is highly likely that Metropolitan Gerasim of Zugdid and Tsaish, Metropolitan Grigol of Poti and Khobi and Archbishop Andrey of Gori are going there to divide up canonical territory.
After the war
The war in Georgia now seems to have come to an end, but many questions remain. There is a point of view that, by bringing troops to South Ossetia, Mikhail Saakashvili intended to unite the Georgian nation. Did he manage to do it? And what did Georgia receive as a result of this little triumphant war? See our new XL Report on RT.
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