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Archive by 2009-01-27
USA to help Georgia to ensure security of sea ports 2009-01-27 17:50 USA will help Georgia to ensure security of sea ports. According to the Ministry of Economic Development United Transportation Administration press service, the issue of Georgian ports security was discussed at the meeting with US Coast Guard service.
Georgian special services captured a Russian serviceman 2009-01-27 17:00 Serviceman of Russian Army, lance sergeant Alexander Glukhov, was captured by Georgian special services in Akhalgori district, RIA Novosti informs alluding to the official representative of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, Colonel Alexander Drobyshevskiy. According to the representative, Georgian special services drove Glukhov to Tbilisi.
No results of the meeting on Stability Platform 2009-01-27 16:50 On January 26th the meeting on Stability and Cooperation Platform on Caucasus finished in Istanbul.
Terry Davis: both Russia and Georgia are responsible for the August events 2009-01-27 16:07 Russia and Georgia are equally responsible for the August events in the Caucasus and their humanitarian consequences, stated Terry Davis, the Secretary General of the Council of Europe at today’s meeting with the journalists in the course of winter session of PACE – ITAR TASS.
Russian gas hasn’t already reached South Ossetia 2009-01-27 15:18 Consumers of South Ossetia hasn’t already received gas from Russia, the transit of which was resumed by Georgia on January 24th , said today in Moscow David Sanakoyev, South Ossetia's human rights ombudsman,– RIA Novosti.
PM Mgaloblishvili returned to work after treatment 2009-01-27 13:48 Last night Grigol Mgaloblishvili, the Prime Minister of Georgia, returned from Germany, his condition is satisfactory, the press service of the State Chancellery.
Russian Foreign Ministry: human rights activists didn’t hold Georgia liable for the August events 2009-01-27 13:16 Human Rights Watch in its report on South Ossetia didn’t hold Georgia liable for the August events, states the comment of information and press department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, ITAR TASS reports.
Abkhazia: PACE report mispresents the timeline of the August events 2009-01-27 12:49 Sokhumi believes that PACE report “The humanitarian consequences of the war between Georgia and Russia” mispresents the true picture of the crisis consequences and includes wrong data concerning Georgian refugees from Abkhazia, states the address of maxim Gvindzhia, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Abkhazia, to Corien Jonker, the Dutch parliamentarian, the representative of the Christian democrats
Ministry of Defense of Georgia and the EUMM signed a Memorandum of Understanding 2009-01-27 11:21 Yesterday the Ministry of Defense of Georgia and the EU Monitoring Mission signed a Memorandum of Understanding– ITAR TASS.
Zakan Jugelia, Deputy Interior Minister, assassinated in Sokhumi 2009-01-27 10:49 Zakan Jugelia, the Deputy Interior Minister of Abkhazia, was assassinated in Sokhumi yeaterday, RIA Novosti informs alluding to the source in the Interior ministry of Abkhazia.
PACE urges Russia and Georgia to open access to conflict areas 2009-01-27 09:31 PACE regrets limitations of international aid to South Ossetia and intends to urge Russia and Georgia to grant access to conflict areas for all humanitarian structures, the draft resolution “The humanitarian consequences of the war between Georgia and Russia” states – ITAR TASS.
The Russian language turns out a “means of race discrimination”
Georgia’s Foreign Ministry is dissatisfied with teaching in schools of Abkhazia as all lessons are in Russian which the Ministry equals to race discrimination that supposedly tramples upon the rights of Georgians in Galsky district of Abkhazia.
Human Rights Watch conclusions and their perception
On January 23 Human Rights Watch presented its report on August 2008 events labeled a “five-day war” by the world community in Moscow and Tbilisi.2009-01-27 15:38
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