Friday, 21 October 2016
Archive by 2009-11-18
NATO Secretary General meets with Georgian delegation 2009-11-18 16:46 Today NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen met with the Georgian delegation now on a visit to Brussels.
South Ossetia’s budget to become transparent 2009-11-18 16:29 The draft law “On the State Budget of South Ossetia” was discussed by the parliament of South Ossetia.
Two Treasury Bill Auctions held by the National Bank of Georgia 2009-11-18 16:02 Today the National Bank of Georgia held two Treasury Bill Auctions. The Finance Ministry brought 175-day state securities with GEL 10 mln face value to Auction № 20.
PACE calls to release detained Georgian teens 2009-11-18 15:51 PACE calls on Tskhinval to immediately release four Georgian teenagers arrested on November 4 for illegal border-crossing and bearing of arms.
Georgian thieves detained in Kiev 2009-11-18 14:57 The criminal gang consisted of four persons – three Georgians and a Ukrainian. “There are max 10 burglars of such a skill in the CIS, - Lutsenko remarked. – A few people’s deputies were victims of this gang”.
Davitaya: too early to declare Minsk’s recognition of Abkhazia and SO 2009-11-18 14:42 Davitaya told about his participation in the meeting between the parliamentary opposition and a delegation of the Belarusian parliament. “I tried to explain what is going on in Abkhazia, that recognition of Abkhazia’s and South Ossetia’s independence must be avoided by all means”.
South Ossetian authorities take Leningorsky district under special control 2009-11-18 13:39 Leningorsky (Akhalgori) district of South Ossetia, historically a compact community of Georgians, is now under special control of the republic’s authorities.
Increase in money transfers to Georgia 2009-11-18 13:17 In October 2009 the volume of money transfers to Georgia from abroad has increased by USD 300 thousand amounting to USD 80.7 mln in total as compared to September.
Vice PM: Georgia coped with all NATO annual plan tasks 2009-11-18 13:00 The NATO International Secretariat will provide an independent statement on Georgia’s fulfillment of the annual action plan which will be discussed at the meeting between Georgy Baramidze, Georgia’s State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, and members of the secretariat in Brussels.
Chochiev: Georgia is constructing a military base on US money 2009-11-18 12:58 “Most part of the US provided funds were used for construction of three thousand homes in Tserovani that will be used as a future military base, - he said. – When we brought it up in Geneva no one, including the Georgian delegation, contradicted that statement”.
Opposition: US have the right idea of democracy situation in Georgia 2009-11-18 11:23 Georgian opposition states the US have a clear view of the situation in Georgia not taking seriously the assurances of authorities on allegedly high level of democracy in the country.
Abkhazia’s unrequited Christian love
The message sent by the Abkhaz Church to the Georgian and Russian “sisters” was ignored. The Russian Orthodox Church (ROC) did not alter its position in respect of the territory of the Georgian patriarchy, while the Georgian Orthodox Church (GOC) is contemplating upon an answer to such “nonsense”. Did the Abkhaz priests appeal for help in “restoring the canonical status of the Church in Abkhazia” in vain?
Opposition Waiting for American Support
Though Georgian opposition leaders regularly speak of a need to restore contacts with Moscow, their main hopes are still linked with Washington. There is hardly a single person who would not have visited the Department of State for consultations. In spite of a quiet political autumn, the oppositionists are attacking their American friends with appeals to influence Saakashvili who has lost the image of a democrat. Will they hear the voice of Georgian politicians on the banks of the Potomak?
Parliament Can Lose Opposition Again
Georgian parliamentarians cannot get through the history. The Parliament Committee for the Investigation of the Death of the First Georgian President Zviad Gamsakhurdia has come to a dead-lock right after starting its activity. A deputy of the party in power Bejan Khuridze said he would stop his work if the committee was not given the status of a court of inquiry. A son of the first president Konstantin Gamsakhurdia filed the same claim before.
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