Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Archive by 2009-10-26
In Moscow Nogaideli campaigned for dialog with Russia 2009-10-26 17:44 “I am the first of the Georgian political leaders, who arrived here, and it’s a certain, or even a serious risk, - he said. – My primary purpose is to meet with diasporas from Georgia. It’s absolutely evident that in order to settle the conflict peacefully we must start talks with these people, as we see the wall between Georgians and Abkhazians and Ossetians growing taller and taller”.
Saakashvili to visit Poland 2009-10-26 17:02 Mikheil Saakashvili will discuss the issues of bilateral cooperation and Geiorgia's integration in European structures and NATO. He's also planned to lay a wreath to the monument of Erszi Popeluszko, one of the Solidarnocz leaders.
10th plenary sitting of the EU-Georgia Cooperation council 2009-10-26 16:33 The 10th plenary sitting of the EU-Georgia Cooperation council, held today in Luxemburg, is finished.
Burjanadze’s cottage passed to state property 2009-10-26 16:01 According to Irakli Gvaladze, the deputy Minister of Finance of Georgia, the cottage of Nino Burjanadze, the ex-Speaker, the leader of pro-opposition Democratic Movement-United Georgia, presented to her by President Mikheil Saakashvili, passed to the property of the state.
Medvedev appointed ambassadors to Abkhazia and South Ossetia 2009-10-26 15:23 Dmitry Medvedev, the President of Russia, appointed ambassadors to South Ossetia and Abkhazia – Elbrus Kargiyev and Semyon Grigor’eyv respectively – press service of Abkhazian President.
Tbilisi is ready to struggle with the swine flu 2009-10-26 14:45 Previously Georgia Times reported that the first case of the swine flu was registered in Georgia in July. According to the Ministry of Healthcare, preventive measures were taken right after that.
Val Kilmer arrived in Georgia 2009-10-26 14:20 Kilmer will play the role of the U.S. journalist. It will supposedly be one of the leading roles.
Tskhinval confirmed detention of Georgians 2009-10-26 13:02 The group of Georgians was detected by Russian military, guarding the border. Now the circumstances of the incident are being investigated, the press service of the Ministry for Press and Mass Communications of South Ossetia says.
Ilia II and Kirill to meet in Baku 2009-10-26 12:10 He explained that in early Novemeber he would visit Baku to participate in celebration of 60-year anniversary of Sheikh ul-islam Haji Allahshukur Hummat Pashazade and 30 -year anniversary of his activities. The first meeting of Kirill and Ilia II would be held there.
EU-Georgia Cooperation council to be held today in Luxemburg 2009-10-26 11:25 Today in Luxemburg the 10th sitting of the EU-Georgia Cooperation council will be held. The EU delegation is headed by the EU chair country Foreign Minister – Karl Bildt [Sweden].
2-year old girl died of meningitis in Tbilisi 2009-10-26 10:37 In Tbilisi a 2-year old girl died of bacterial meningitis, on the 6th day after being taken to hospital.
Georgia spares no means: so far
As the history shows, it is only the bankers who benefit from wars, for the wars only bring suffering to the people and force the government to run into debt. A half-billion euro deficit was discovered in the NATO budget mostly incurred by the costly military actions in Afghanistan. However, the Alliance is not going to reconsider its plans so far, while the American instructors continue training the Georgian servicemen for the participation in the Middle East military operations.
Beslan Butba: human resource investment as top priority
The election campaign is starting off in Abkhazia. Upon acquisition of independence a year ago the country will elect its president on December 12. The opposition in the young republic is going to contest the president’s post. The chairman of Abkhazia’s Economic Development Party (ERA) Beslan Butba is answering questions of GeorgiaTimes correspondent.2009-10-26 23:24
Konstantin Gamsakhurdia, the Freedom party leader decided to return to parliament. Today the parliamentary bureau is considering restoration of his deputy mandate. Rumors are that two more oppositionists are ready to continue their work in the country’s supreme legislative body. So it’s United National Movement winning this round, isn’t it?
Tbilisi in search of “Russian traces” again
The Georgian parliamentarians are eager to dot all the “i”s in Georgia’s contemporary history and gain insight into the life of the first President Zviad Gamsakhurdia. Former President Eduard Shevardnadze agreed to answer the questions of the parliament commission. One of his sons Georgiy has already mentioned the presence of a “Russian trace” in his father’s death. The GeorgiaTimes correspondent got in touch with the initiator of commission establishment Jondi Bagaturia and the first president’s elder son Konstantin (see photo) to discuss the matter.
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