Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Archive by 2009-07-31
Ex-Permanent Representative of Georgia to NATO appointed the ambassador to Japan 2009-07-31 18:51 At today’s extraordinary session of the parliament of Georgia Revaz Beshidze, the ex-Permanent Representative of Georgia to NATO was appointed the ambassador to Japan.
Giorgi Tugushi elected the Public Defender of Georgia 2009-07-31 18:44 At today’s extraordinary session of the parliament 32-year old Giorgi Tugushi was elected the Public Defender of Georgia: 88 pro, 8 contra.
EU and the Ministry of Finance of Georgia signed a memorandum 2009-07-31 18:26 Сpeter Semneby, the EU special representative held several meetings with representatives of the Georgian government.
Foreign Ministry of Sweden believes Medvedev-Sarkozy agreement is not being implemented 2009-07-31 17:51 Carl Bildt, the Foreign Minister of Sweden [the EU president country] stated that Medvedev-Sarkozy plan is not being implemented.
Meeting in Ergneti deranged 2009-07-31 17:22 The extraordinary meeting of the working group on incident prevention must have been held today in Ergneti, but never happened.
South Ossetia to establish relations with Georgian people, not Saakashvili regime 2009-07-31 16:35 He added that currently South Ossetia is building independent and sovereign state.
Inspirer of Georgian opposition returned 2009-07-31 15:43 Georgi Gachechiladze, the popular Georgian singer and showman, also known as Utsnobi ( can be translated as the Unknown One) returned home after one-month treatment in Georgia. In the airport he was met by friends and relatives.
Gilauri: economic growth was detected in Georgia in June and July 2009-07-31 15:00 In the macroeconomic respect May was the hardest month for Georgia, stated PM Nikoloz Gilauri at the sitting of the government - Georgia Times reporter.
Georgia hopes to preserve previous economic relations with CIS countries 2009-07-31 14:18 Economic relations of Georgia with CIS countries after its leaving the commonwealth on August 18th will be continued in the same regime, stated David Alexadze, the head of the department of foreign trade and economic relations of the Ministry of Economic Development.
London admitted that consequences of August war hasn’t been recovered 2009-07-31 13:05 “Almost one year on from the Russia-Georgia conflict, there remains a lot to do to repair the damage. Thousands of displaced people are still unable to return to their homes. Russian troops still occupy positions in breach of the ceasefire agreements signed last summer.
Sixth case of swine flu in Georgia not confirmed 2009-07-31 12:20 The laboratory tests refuted the virus with a woman, whose child returned from Spain with symptoms of the swine flu.
USA is ready to think about participation in monitoring in Georgia 2009-07-31 11:38 At the hearings of the committee for the armed forces in the House of Representatives of the U.S.Congress he added that the USA support the EU monitoring mission in Georgia and regard it as a very important one.
Extraordinary session of the Parliament of Georgia to be held today 2009-07-31 11:11 The candidate, Revaz Beshidze, the ex-representative of Georgia to NATO, was discussed by the parliamentary committee for foreign relations several days ago.
Ilia II returned after the medical examination 2009-07-31 10:31 According to Tsisana Shartava, his doctor, the Patriarch “feels good”.
Saakashvili’s army is building up muscles
The Georgian army continues improving its military skills. The Shield-2009 military exercises that were held on July 13-30 at the Orpholo training field have been finished. Mikhail Saakashvili gave positive comments upon these maneuvers. Well, that is not surprising: he is bringing the country’s military forces in line with the NATO standards. Yet, are there any other reasons for such intensive training?
Take an inhaler to the Georgian resort
The tourist flow to the sunny Georgia has reduced as compared to the pre-war figures; however, the reduction is not that tragic. Nearly 50 thousand Russians will soon go there – this figure is larger than the amount of tourists coming from any other CIS country, provided, of course, that the A/H1N1 epidemic brought from Europe does not spread over the Black Sea coast.
Transit is gainful for Georgia but greed is a bad adviser
Container traffic to Georgia has been paralyzed for the whole week. On July 22 the government introduced new transit duties stipulating obligatory convoy of large-size cargo. The carriers were openly against it forcing the notorious regulation to be cancelled.2009-07-31 18:23
Ombudsman Subari leaves office
Georgian authorities are in a hurry to replace People’s defender Sozar Subari. With just over a month left before his time in office expires the parliamentary majority insists on prompt voting for a new candidate. Today the deputies will either elect Giorgy Tugushi nominated by the majority or Dmitry Lortkipanidze, a minority deputy.
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