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Archive by 2009-09-28
Tsagareishvili called the new Chief Prosecutor the “inquisitor” 2009-09-28 18:37 According to the opposition member, representatives of the ruling party, the United National Movement, had complicated relationships with the ex-Chief Prosecutor Mamuka Gvaramia, as he refused to comply with their demands. “Proceeding from this, Zodelava is a good candidate for the majourity representatives”, the MP believes.
Bakradze: Russia’s not ready for dialog over raised issues 2009-09-28 18:10 Russia again proved it’s not ready for “a real dialog with Georgia”, said Speaker David Bakradze.
Ex-MP becomes the new Chief prosecutor of Georgia 2009-09-28 17:32 Today ex-MP Murtaz Zodelava replaced Mamuka Gvaramia at the post of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia, the Chief Prosecutor’s press service reported.
Minister: doing business in Georgia is very easy 2009-09-28 16:45 “We propose the business circles the new initiative, implying deepening of the dialog between the authorities and private sector. – Baindurashvili mentioned. – Everything must be done to have doing business in the country simplified”.
Georgia congratulated Merkel on victory 2009-09-28 15:48 Merkel’s Christian Social and Chsristian Democratic Party bloc won the elections to Bundestag, held yesterday.
PACE is ready to become a mediator between Georgia and Russia 2009-09-28 15:04 He expressed ready to take the role of a possible mediator, including at the parliamentary level. De Puig mentioned that not the Council of Europe, but a small group of MPs strives for deprivation of the right to vote for the Russian delegation.
Opposition demands participation in negotiations over Guantanamo inmates 2009-09-28 14:33 Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative Party leader, stated that such accords mustn’t be decided upon in close governmental circles, as hasty decision can change the foreign policy of the country, and reminded that Georgia’s security is still under serious threat.
PACE to discuss revision of Russian delegation’s capacity on October 1st 2009-09-28 13:12 “Besides authority of Russian delegation on October 1st the issue on authority of Moldavian delegation will also be discussed”, - сказал Косачев. As for the North Caucasus issue, the discussion will be devoted to the situation with human right activists and returned population.
Kosachyov: PACE is unlikely to make “destructive” decision 2009-09-28 12:23 “The Georgian side understands the vulnerability of its position and is definitely afraid of publication of the results by the EU commission on investigation events in South Caucasus” he said. In his view, it explains Georgia’s attempts “to push through PACE, the last European structure with overt anti-Russian position in the issue, some sanctions in regard to Russia”.
PACE autumn session opened in Strasbourg 2009-09-28 11:36 Previously Georgia Times reported that on September 11th the Georgian delegation submitted to PACE the proposal to deprive Russia of the right to vote at the autumn session.
Shevarnadze: deployment of U.S. military base in Georgia is unreasonable 2009-09-28 10:49 "Georgia shouldn’t deploy U.S. military bases in the country. I believe that their deployment won’t solve country’s problems and won’t give anything to Georgia".
Georgia 32nd in the Index of Economic Freedom list 2009-09-28 10:33 Georgia's economic freedom score is 69.8, making its economy the 32nd freest in the 2009 Index. Its overall score is 0.5 point higher than last year due to improvements in business freedom, trade freedom, and freedom from corruption. Georgia is ranked 19th out of 43 countries in the Europe region, and its overall score is higher than the world average. – Heritage.org comments.
Iranian gas more weighty than reactor
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder is lobbying Iran’s engagement in Nabucco project. The participation of a country with the world’s second largest gas deposits will accelerate construction making the pipeline cost-effective. For Georgia it’s fraught with the loss of part of potential transit incomes and for Russia – the South Stream competitor’s final victory. Do the two countries have common interests?2009-09-28 15:00
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