Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Archive by 2009-11-25
U.S. are going to discuss regional safety problems in Transcaucasia 2009-11-25 19:56 Director of Strategic Studies Center under the President of Azerbaijan Elkhan Nuriev is going to pay a visit to the United States. On December 2, he will hold meetings with Vice President of international consulting organization The Cohen Group Ambassador Mark Grossman, Director for Armitage International Ambassador Richard Armitage and the leading representatives of the U.S. expert community.
A charge brought against militia sergeant who beat an Abkhazian - 25 November, 2009 2009-11-25 19:03 The investigation is also going to apply for selecting imprisonment as a pre-trial restriction for the accused.
A charge brought against militia sergeant who beat an Abkhazian - 25 November, 2009 2009-11-25 17:23 The investigation is also going to apply for selecting imprisonment as a pre-trial restriction for the accused.
NGO and human rights defenders held a protest action near the Georgian parliament 2009-11-25 16:21 Today, representatives of non-governmental and human rights organizations held a protest action near the parliament building in Georgia. The action was also attended by representatives of human rights organizations from the neighboring Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Czech parliament delegation continues to hold meetings in Tbilisi 2009-11-25 15:38 Today, the Czech parliament delegation, which is currently making a state visit to Georgia, continues to hold meetings with the country’s authorities.
Spiegel’s former correspondent disclosed the West’s “double standards” policy 2009-11-25 14:59 “There were two groups working for Spiegel: in Georgia and in Ossetia, - he told, - When the material was delivered I was surprised to discover that there was not a single photo from Tskhinval in the magazine. There were only photos from Georgia. I asked: “What is going on?” and I was told that the major role at the moment was played by big-time politics”.
MFA of RF: Yushchenko wants to be totally separated from Russia 2009-11-25 14:42 “The public rhetoric relating to history and language is aimed at increasing confrontation and damaging the good-neighborly relations between Russia and Ukraine, at opposing Ukraine to Russia in favor of the Euro-Atlantic plans”, - the Russian foreign policy administration officers believe.
Georgian motor vessel sank in the Sea of Azov 2009-11-25 13:15 Two motor vessels collided in the Sea of Azov; one of the vessels sank.
Border between South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Georgia will be secured by using advanced equipment 2009-11-25 12:55 Russian border guards are going to ensure safety on the border of South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Georgia by using advanced equipment: modern ships, border-guard cutters and other technical means.
Most people in Ukraine would like to speak the language they prefer 2009-11-25 12:09 More than a half of citizens in Ukraine (54,7 percent) believe that each one in the country is free to speak the language he prefers; however the issue is not an urgent one, for Ukraine is presently facing much graver problems.
Two protest actions to be held in Georgia 2009-11-25 11:26 The action against freedom restrictions is initiated by Human Rights Defense Center, Human Rights Defenders Network of the South Caucasus and other non-governmental organizations.
Visas for citizens from Eastern Partnership countries may be cancelled 2009-11-25 11:03 According to delegate of the European Parliement Lena Kolyarskaya-Bobinskaya, members of European Union and the countries of the Eastern and Central Europe should develop a real and detailed plan for visa regime cancellation in the near future,1news.az reports.
Time of Avlabar Tales Has Passed
The Western public opinion is currently busy with the issues of crisis management, Iranian nuclear potential, Afghan war in which Washington and his NATO allies, as well as partners by some other blocks, got boggled down hopelessly. In this heap of problems Georgia has much less space than the Tbilisi leader Mikhail Saakashvili would prefer to.
Tbilisi Sale Continues
The Georgian government is continuing to sell property created in Soviet times. This week “Zheleznodorozhny Telecom” was sold for a price that was five million dollars less than it was planned in summer. A thousand and a half items are awaiting their turn.
Time to Gather Church Stones
Yesterday Armenia held a protest action against the attitude of the Georgian authorities to Armenian cultural heritage. The reason was the collapse of a wall of one of the most ancient Armenian churches in Tbilisi. It was one of the five items that the Armenian Apostolic Church tried to return, though unsuccessfully. The Georgian authorities promised to restore the church, but were not ready to solve the issue of the appurtenance of the contested churches.
Georgia in Pursuit of a Lost Dream
The main dream and the main promise of the Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili is the entry of his country into the North Atlantic community is unrealizable. And if all this year Georgian experts and analysts just supposed that after the August war Georgia had no whistle for a NATO membership, but now it is more than evident.
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