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Georgian opposition demands reforms 2008-12-02 19:00 Georgian opposition believes that at the NATO member countries Foreign Ministers meeting Georgia will receive no MAP (Membership Action Plan), and blames Saakashvili’s government for it.
North Ossetia takes for granted: Saakashvili is a war criminal 2008-12-02 18:29 The collected evidence prove: the present-day president of Georgia is a war criminal, and must endure punishment, believes Larisa Habitsova, the Speaker of North Ossetian Parliament.
Greece will insist upon the return of monitors to South Ossetia 2008-12-02 17:19 Greece, which takes on the chairmanship in OSCE in 2009, will try to return of OSCE monitors to South Ossetia, RIA-Novosti reports, alluding to the interview of Dora Bakoyannis, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Geece, to Reuters.
Opposition: early elections are inevitable 2008-12-02 16:47 Early elections in Georgia are inevitable, believes Pikria Chikhradze, the Political Secretary of The New Rights party.
Georgia is ready for negotiations with Russia 2008-12-02 16:46 «We have always and everywhere stated that we are ready for every negotiations with Russia», announced Grigol Mgaloblishvili, Georgian Prime Minister, at yesterday’s meeting with the EuroParliament MPs in the Marshall Center in Brussels, Day.Az informs.
Dzhondi Bagaturia predicts “all-out unemployment” in Georgia 2008-12-02 16:20 Dzhondi Bagaturia, a representative of Georgian opposition, was sure that the country faced a threat of "all-out unemployment", as he announced at today's meeting of the Parliament.
Economic forum in Abkhazia next spring 2008-12-02 14:05 In May 2009 an economic forum will be held. Several investment companies are invited to participate. The organizers of the forum are: the International Assembly of Capitals and Large Cities and the Center of CIS National Manufacturers Support.
90 rare books are back to the National Library of South Ossetia 2008-12-02 13:37 North Ossetian customs officers handed 90 rare books, withdrawn at the Nizhniy Zaramag post from people who tried to get the books to Russia.
Condoleezza Rice: a “long road” to NATO for Georgia and Ukraine 2008-12-02 11:40 Georgia and Ukraine should meet the necessary requirements to become NATO members, stated Condoleezza Rice, the US Secretary of State, after meeting with David Miliband, British Foreign Minister, Ukrinform informs alluding to the US Department of State press service.
Maneuvers in South Georgia 2008-12-02 11:05 The two-week artillery maneuvers at the firing range of Georgian Ministry of Defense, situated near settlement Orpolo (Akhaltsikhe district, adjacent to Turkey) were finished, ITAR-TASS informs, alluding to Georgian Ministry of Defense.
Survey: Saakashvili’s main achievement was regular electricity supply 2008-12-02 09:48 The present-day government, that took office after the “Rose Revolution” could take pride in regular electricity supplies in the country, suggested 21.1 per cent of the respondents, surveyed by Kviris Palitra (Palitra of the Week).
Merkel believes that Georgia and the Ukraine should not be granted MAP 2008-12-02 09:47 Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, rejects American plans for accelerated admission of Georgia and the Ukraine to NATO, states today Tomas Steg, a representative of German government, ITAR-TASS informs. According to Merkel, both countries will not meet the requirements to potential NATO members, Steg adds.
Georgian parliamentary opposition demands further interrogations of officials
Georgia’s interim parliamentary commission for investigation of the August events has actually brought the hearings of the country’s government officials to a close after the speech of Georgia’s president Mikheil Saakashvili and by the end of December must reveal the statement that will answer two main questions: who started the war and on what grounds?
The silence of the observers
On the first winter day South Ossetia is again communicating alarming news. Last night Tskhinval district came under large-caliber weapons fire. The Georgian side denies this fact. International observers acting in the area arrived at the scene of the event.
Who will unite the opposition – a leader or a cult-hero?
Day after day the situation in Georgia is more like a political detective. The politologists remark that a new and rather serious realignment has begun. As a result in December new associations and parties are expected to enter the arena.
Georgias spy game to recruit from Russia
Russian counter-intelligence is examining evidence suggesting that Georgia was seeking to recruit Russian servicemen to become spies. The allegations about Georgian actions are focusing on the period leading up to the August war.
NATO: Ukraine and Georgia should wait
NATO members have come to a compromise over membership plans for Ukraine and Georgia at a meeting of the alliances foreign ministers in Brussels. The agreement offers support to the two former Soviet nations to help them develop their own infrastructure and defence, but it does not provide any concrete plans of how or when they can join.
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