Friday, 21 October 2016
Archive by 2008-12-04
France to allocate 4 million euro credit to Georgia 2008-12-04 18:03 French government is going to allocate a 4.69 million euro credit for Tbilisi International Airport and Gruzaeronavigatsia primary and secondary radars and other navigation equipment supplies.
German ambassador to Georgia postponed her visit 2008-12-04 16:52 German ambassador to Georgia, Patricia Flor, postponed her visit to Abkhazia, set for today, December, 4th.
Georgian Laborites against NATO membership 2008-12-04 16:14 Shalva Natelashvili, the leader of the Labor party, is strongly against Georgia’s joining NATO.
South Ossetia is ready to receive OSCE monitors 2008-12-04 15:41 South Ossetia is ready to receive OSCE monitors on certain terms, said Alan Pliev, the Deputy Foreign Minister of South Ossetia, responding to the statement of Greek Foreign Minister, Dora Bakoyannis. She stated: as OSCE chair in 2009, Greece will try to return monitors to South Ossetia, Gazeta.ru informs.
OSCE member countries Foreign Ministers adopt a declaration on Georgia 2008-12-04 13:42 The participants of the 16th OSCE member countries Foreign Ministers Council, to be held today in Helsinki, intend to adopt a declaration on Georgia, RosBalt informs.
Official NATO office in Tbilisi 2008-12-04 13:06 Official NATO office will be opened in Tbilisi in a few months, Nasha Abkhazia (Our Abkhazia) informs.
The UN delegation holds negotiations in Abkhazia with a new mandate 2008-12-04 12:08 The UN department of Peacekeeping Operations and Political Affairs delegation arrives in Sokhumi today.
Abkhazia fortifies border on Georgia 2008-12-04 12:07 Sergey Bagapsh, the President of Abkhazia, yesterday held a meeting in Gali district with security bodies representatives, to discuss issues of border fortification, ITAR-TASS informs, alluding to Alkhas Cholokua, the deputy head Department of Governmental Information.
Georgian Foreign Minister participates in the OSCE Foreign Ministers Council meeting 2008-12-04 10:30 Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister, will participate in the 16th OSCE Foreign Ministers Council, to be held on December 4th -5th in Helsinki, Georgian Foreign Ministry informs.
The UN mandate in South Ossetia needs update
Today Sukhum is welcoming the UN official delegation in order to discuss the format of further work of its observer force in Abkhazia and its mandate renewal in the republic.
No disorder in South Ossetia
The epoch of disclosures and incriminating evidence is coming to South Ossetia as well as in Georgia. This is the leading news in yesterday’s mass media of Georgia. No wonder: internal conflicts in the hostile camp are a balm for the souls of Georgia’s leaders.
A new opposition party set up in Georgia
Georgia’s ex prime minister Zurab Nogaideli comes back to big politics. He is creating his own party the name, composition, objectives and tasks of which will be known at today’s press conference.
Another Georgian TV company becomes “political”
“Maestro”, an independent TV station in Georgia has obtained permission to produce political programs. On December 2 Georgia’s National Communications Committee decided on modification of the license issued to the TV company and from now on “Maestro” will be able to broadcast socio-political programs through cable network.
The regime and opposition divide up TV Channel Rustavi 2
Another war for the airwaves has begun in Tbilisi. Passions have still not subsided over the Imedi (‘Hope’) TV channel. For almost a year the opposition has been demanding that it be returned to its lawful owners, which would allow the disgraced TV channel that suffered because of the political views of its owner Badri Patarkatsishvili to resume full-scale broadcasts. Now heated arguments have again flared up, this time over the main voice of the ‘Rose Revolution’, TV channel Rustavi 2.
NATO and Russia turn back to cooperation
At the NATO Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Brussels it was decided to resume dialogue with Russia.
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