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Archive by 2009-07-29
Georgia will not politisize the incident with monitors in Kishinev 2009-07-29 17:56 The Georgian side will not “deeply politicize” the incident with monitors who were to observe elections in Moldavia, but were detained in Kishinev airport due to absence of accreditation.
Subari to go in for politics or establish NGO after end of term 2009-07-29 17:12 "Everything depends on the situation", he said.
Georgian side refuses to hand over the South Ossetian policeman 2009-07-29 16:39 According to Shota Utiashvili, the Interior Ministry of Georgia spokesman, that person was detained for the crime and is serving the sentence.
Action to be held exactly 1 year after 5-day war 2009-07-29 15:55 On August 7th the action, dated to 1 year after the August war, will be staged I the territory from Freedom square to Rose Revolution square.
European students to reconstruct districts of Tskhinval 2009-07-29 15:13 In end August a team of students from European universities will arrive in Tskhinval to reconstruct the Jewish Quarter, totally ruined in August 2008.
Georgian opposition promised to resume protest actions in fall 2009-07-29 14:37 "Opposition protest actions will be resumed in September, and their form will definitely change,” Kukava said. “These must be better organized, more disciplined actions”.
NATO experts group visited the Ministry of Defense of Georgia 2009-07-29 14:07 Yesterday NATO experts group, headed by James Keagle (USA), Ph.D Professor of National Security Strategy held meetings in the Ministry of Defense of Georgia.
U.S. Department of State reiterated support for Georgia 2009-07-29 13:10 The U.S. Department of State reiterated its support to the territorial integrity and independency to Ukraine and Georgia.
Georgian monitors, detained in Kishinev, returned to Tbilisi 2009-07-29 12:49 Eleven representatives of Just Elections NGO, had been sent to Kishinev as monitors, returned to Tbilisi.
Georgia to receive USD 100 mln from OPIC 2009-07-29 11:56 Before end 2009 Georgia will receive USD 100 mln from Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), and in nearest years this corporation will finance various projects in the country and will spend USD 200 mln, GeorgiaTimes reporter in Tbilisi says.
Ukraine admitted it still supplies Georgia with weapons 2009-07-29 11:09 Yesterday Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia, claimed that the USA, Ukraine and Israel still supply armaments to Georgia. In early July Sergei Bondarchuk, Ukrspecexport director general, in his interview to The Syogodni newspaper stated that the company had complied and complied with the weapon supplies contracts.
Dialogue in Gali: constructiveness not lost
On July 28 Gali town (Abkhazia) welcomed the pentalateral meeting on prevention and investigation of incidents on Georgian-Abkhazian border. Sukhum and Tbilisi mediated by Russia, the EU and UN discussed humanitarian issues in the region arriving at certain results.
Biden has put Abkhazia and South Ossetia on the alert
Having visited Tbilisi last week, the US Vice President Joseph Biden rather left a lot of unanswered questions than gave the answers. The main question is related to the bounds of the USA’s friendship with Saakashvili’s regime. The viewpoints are different but both Abkhazia and South Ossetia are sure: the military cooperation between Washington and Tbilisi is going to bring no good.
Militants in Pankisi: reality or stale provocation?
There are nearly 40 militants in Pankisi Gorge of Georgia to be redeployed to Chechnya and Ingushetia as stated by Zaal Kasrelishvili, president of notorious Confederation of Caucasian Peoples in his interview with Kviris Palitra with reference to the information by the organization’s security service and his supporters in Europe, Asia and North Caucasus.2009-07-29 14:09
Easing one’s conscience in UN
While discussing the principle of the state responsibility for their citizens at the UN General Assembly, Georgia and Russia again exchanged accusations of ethnic cleansing. Tbilisian representative Alexander Lomaya got on his pet subject about the illegality of issuing Russian passports in South Ossetia. Moscow Ambassador Vitali Churkin answered: Russia saved Georgia from the “sin of another Srebrenica”.
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