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Archive by 2009-04-07
Part of opposition demands Saakashvili’s impeachment 2009-04-07 17:36 Part of Georgian opposition repeated its demands to start procedure of president Mikheil Saakashvili’s impeachment and hold a referendum on calling early presidential elections.
NATO PA President held a meeting with David Bakradze 2009-04-07 16:44 John Tanner, the President of the Parliamentary Assembly of NATO, staying in Tbilisi with a 2-day visit, held a meeting with David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia. The briefing was held after the meeting.
Georgia prepares provocations but will take no combat actions against South Ossetia 2009-04-07 15:40 The Committee for State Security of South Ossetia has the information that the young people from the Georgian enclaves of South Ossetia are trained in intelligence and subversions in order to organize provocations in the territory of South Ossetia, RIA Novosti informs alluding to Boris Atoyev, the Committee head.
Two journalists beaten up by police in Tbilisi 2009-04-07 15:24 Yesterday the patrol police of Georgia committed assault and battery against the two employees of The Versia newspaper, performing their professional duties : Nino Komakhidze, the journalist, and Ani Khavtasi, the photo reporter – Regnum. On April 7th The Versia made the same statement.
Owner of the detained ship will pay fine to Georgia 2009-04-07 13:08 Russian dry cargo ship V.Uspenski flying the flag of Cambodia, was detained near Batumi port for violation of navigation rules, the Georgian coast guard service informs – ITAR TASS.
Georgian teenager wounded in a mine blast 2009-04-07 12:14 A 14-year old teenager was heavily wounded in a mine blast occurred yesterday in village Tkviavi (Gori region, Georgia).
Saakashvili: Obama will support Georgia more than Bush did 2009-04-07 11:59 Mikheil Saakashvili is sure that Barack Obama, the new U.S. President, will support Georgia more than his predecessor, George Bush, did – Interfax.
Georgia expressed its condolences to Italy 2009-04-07 11:12 The Foreign Ministry of Georgia made a statement in regard to the earthquake happened on April 6th in Aquila, South Italy.
Foreign Ministry of Georgia expressed its concern over the ballistic rocket launch by North Korea 2009-04-07 10:58 The foreign Ministry of Georgia spread the statement on the launch of a ballistic rocket by North Korea on April 5th.
The detention of the V. Uspensky: an artificial sensation
The Georgian coastguards have detained the V. Uspensky cargo ship, which has 14 Russian crew members on board. The Russian media community immediately drew a parallel between the actions of the Georgian coastguard and Somali pirates. In actual fact, no information has yet been given, and passions are already starting to run high.
NATO in Caucasus: stepping on the same rake
At the 60th Jubilee summit NATO member states signed a joint declaration expressing their concern over the situation in South Caucasus. The document aroused an adequate reaction in Moscow with Russia’s envoy to NATO warning: the talk at the Russia-NATO Council meeting will be really tough.
Investment in Georgia is, in practice, a PR campaign
The Georgian government and the Egyptian company FRESH signed a memorandum on 6th April providing for mutually beneficial cooperation. In order to carry out the grandiose project for establishing a free industrial zone in Kutaisi, the Egyptian investors are apparently intending to invest an unprecedented amount of money in the country’s economy.2009-04-07 17:43
Tbilisi: disputes over Holy Mountain
Long before April 9 Georgian opposition and authorities don’t miss a chance to quarrel in spite of numerous appeals of international organizations and Patriarch Ilia II. Last weekend the conflict was caused by the opening of Mtatsminda Park. In a fit of emotions the opposing parties apparently forgot that the park was a holy place with Mtatsminda translated as “Holy Mountain”.2009-04-07 13:10
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