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Archive by 2008-11-21
Georgian Parliament passed a bill on amnesty 2008-11-21 18:50 At the third and final reading Georgian Parliament passed a bill on amnesty: 91 out of 100 MPs pro.
Georgian government sells out humanitarian aid 2008-11-21 18:07 Georgian government is involved in selling humanitarian aid medicines, announced Soso Shatberashvili, a member of the Labour Party, GHN informs.
Barry comes to Georgia 2008-11-21 18:06 Tomorrow USS Barry, (US Navy, destroyer) comes to Georgia with a friendly visit.
Saakashvili will testify on November, 28th 2008-11-21 17:02 On November, 28th, 2008, Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, will testify to the Temporary Parliamentary Committee for Investigation of Events of August 2008, states the bulletin of Georgian government, Noviy region - Yuzhniy Kavkaz (New Region - South Caucus) informs.
New reinforcement wave for Georgian Parliament 2008-11-21 16:13 A new wave of reforms aimed to reinforce the Parliament, was started, announced David Bakradze , the Speaker of Georgian Parliament , at today’s meeting of Latvian Seim.
Turkey and Abkhazia will cooperate in sphere of religion 2008-11-21 14:15 Last week, at the meeting in Ankara, Ali Bardakoglu, the head of the Presidency of Religious Affairs of Turkey, and Timur Dzyba, the deputy mufti of Abkhazia, agreed on development of bilateral cooperation in religious sphere.
Georgia intends to fine Russian mobile network companies 2008-11-21 13:21 Temporary parliamentary committee on Georgian territorial integrity restoration will discuss work of Russian mobile network companies in the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, Nasha Abkhazia (Our Abkhazia) informs.
Black Sea Fleet sailors were awarded for courage in the Caucus war 2008-11-21 12:46 Yesterday first ten sailors of the Black Sea Fleet of Russia were granted medals “For Peace Enforcement” – for courage in the Caucus war (August 2008). The medals were presented by Alexander Kletskov, Vice-Admiral, Commander of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, RIA-Novosti informs.
Saakashvili: Georgia should be in Europe 2008-11-21 11:10 Mikhail Saakashvili, Georgian President, who is now staying in Munich, called NATO to give Georgia a “road map” to membership in the alliance. The Georgian leader also stated that "a refuse to give Georgia MAP (Membership Action Plan) will be a wrong signal", ITAR-TASS informs, alluding to German mass media.
Seabed research started near Abkhazian shore 2008-11-21 10:53 In near future submariners from Sevastopol start researching seabed of the Black Sea in the water area of Ochamchira sea port in Abkhazia, in order to settle an issue of a basing a group of ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, Interfax informs alluding to a source in the republican Ministry of Defense.
Georgia will participate in the meeting of the CIS Rail Transport Council 2008-11-21 09:27 Despite intentions of Georgia to leave the CIS, Georgian delegation will participate in the CIS state members Rail Transport Council, which has opened today in Kiev, said David Dzhindzholia, the representative of Georgian delegation at the Council.
Tbilisi encroaches on Sochi Olympic Games
Georgia addressed the International Olympic Committee (IOC) with a request to move Winter Olympic Games 2014 from Sochi to a more secure place.
How will Georgia use its donors’ millions?
The flood of money sent to rescue Georgia from the consequences of the August conflict is showing no signs of drying up. Following the 4.5 billion dollars allocated by donor countries, an incredible sum for such a small state, members of the European Union are going to fork out a further 50 million euros.
Geneva armistice is not a cover against bullets
Delegations of Georgia, Russia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia together with the EU, UN and OSCE representatives confirm the successful outcome of the Geneva meeting. However it depends on what is meant. The experts consider the result positive explaining that there was a dialogue and no quarrels like last time. At least that is good. Though after a short pause Moscow and Tbilisi resume accusing each other of war provocations.
Could Georgia have prevented the war?
“Saakashvili’s government has used up absolutely all its resources. It hasn’t solved the problems which have arisen before the country as a direct result of his wrong policies. Therefore this government has the moral obligation to step down,” said a representative of the Republican party David Zurabishvili, who was speaking on the ‘Barrier’ programme in the evening scheduling of the ‘Kavkasia’ TV station.
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