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Archive by 2009-02-11
EU has no intention to change its mandate in Georgia 2009-02-11 17:41 The EU has no intention to change the mandate of its monitors in Georgia so far, stated Javier Solana, the EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy.
Works on supplying Tskhinval with gas are temporarily stopped 2009-02-11 17:14 Works on supplying Tskhinval with gas are temporarily stopped, said Alan Gabarayev, Energetika CEO.
Georgian Interior Ministry states that Russian forces occupied a Georgian village 2009-02-11 15:57 The Interior Ministry of Georgia states that Russian servicemen deployed in the Georgian village of Kvemo-Nikozi at the border with South Ossetia.
Georgia and Great Britain to extend cooperation in defense sphere 2009-02-11 14:38 London and Tbilisi will extend cooperation in defense sphere, stated today Davit Sikharulidze after the meeting with Ann Taylor, Minister of State for International Defense and Security at the Ministry of Defense.
GUAM workshop was held in Tokyo 2009-02-11 14:17 The GUAM [Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova]-Japan Workshop on "Investments and Trade Promotion" was held in Tokyo on February 1-9, 2009 – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
Georgian-US relations discussed in the Foreign Ministry of Georgia 2009-02-11 12:24 Davit Jagalania, Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, held a meeting with Danica Starks, Senior Caucasus and Central Asia Policy Advisor of the US Department of Commerce.
Davit Tkeshelashvili was appointed the First Vice Prime Minister 2009-02-11 10:19 Davit Tkeshelashvili, the Minister for Regional Developmentand Infrastructure, was appointed the First Vice Prime Minister of Georgia, stated Nika Gilauri, the PM, at yesterday's meeting. The two other Vice Prime Ministers were appointed Giorgi Baramidze, the State Minister for European Integration, who had occupied this position before; and Temur Iakobashvili, the State Minister for
OSCE’s “gas experience” is again in demand
The gas supply to Tskhinvali may be cut off because of a fall in pressure in the pipes. This was reported on 8 February by the head engineer for the republic’s “Energetika” association Nugzar Tabuev.
Aggressive rhetoric managed to be avoided
The security conference in Munich took place from 6 to 8 February. The main topics of discussion were relations between Russia and NATO, as well as the situation in the South Caucasus.
Russia’s winnings and losings
It has been half a year since the end of the August war that keeps being an inexhaustible source of judgments and conclusions which are very different: from emphatically personal to claiming to be ultimate truth. Our today’s publication is in no way the latter. On the contrary, the author, a well-known journalist Valery Kadzhaya, is not trying to impose his opinion. He brings forward the arguments that as he believes are transparent. Tomorrow we will present the position of his opponent who has its own arguments and understanding of the causes and consequences of the war.2009-02-11 14:32
The prime minister decides that officials will tighten their belts
In order to save his country from poverty, Georgia’s new Prime Minister Nika Gilauri has decided to reduce the appetites of officials. On his very first working day, he ordered the Finance Minister Kakha Baindurashvili to cut administrative expenses for officials.
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