Monday, 05 December 2016
Archive by 2009-12-03
Putin: Russia won’t leave Caucasus 2009-12-03 18:48 Touching upon responsibility for unleashing the 50day war, Putin said that “Georgian people itself will make decision on the responsibility of the politicians, who lead to these severe and dramatic consequences.
Georgian Foreign Ministry hails Obama’s statement 2009-12-03 18:32 Official Tbilisi hails and backs the decision of the U.S. president Obama to increase the military contingent in Afghanistan – Information and Press Department of the Foreign Ministry of Georgia.
U.S. Department of State representative arrived in Azerbaijan 2009-12-03 17:48 Ethan Goldrich, the Director of Caucasus Affairs Department of State is staying in Azerbaijan with a working introductory visit.
Vashadze promised the USA 900 peacemakers more 2009-12-03 17:02 Now 120 Georgian military are serving in Afghanistan.
EU and Georgia signed agreements 2009-12-03 16:49 In the course of professional education sector support program the EU will grant the country EUR 19 mln in the period from 2009 – 2012.
Georgia and the European Commission to sign three financial agreements 2009-12-03 16:02 Today the government of Georgia and the European Commission will sign three financial agreements.
Ivana Trump invests in Georgia 2009-12-03 15:23 Last evening Mikheil Saakashvili received Ivana trump, the ex-wife of billionaire Donald Trump.
Georgia on the verge of swine flu epidemic 2009-12-03 14:53 Georgia is currently on the verge of swine flu epidemic, said Shota tsanava, the deputy head of the National Centre for Disease Control.
Ukrainian female politicians to present Putin a tie 2009-12-03 13:25 Emilia Podlyashetskaya, the leader of All-Ukrainian Union of Female Deputies said they do it “to let Putin busy himself with something after the elections of the president of Ukraine”.
Hammarberg: convicted teenagers to be released in 10 days 2009-12-03 11:54 Two out of four teenagers, detained in South Ossetia on November 4th, were released last evening, after 8-hours’ consultations. Thomas Hammarberg, the CE Commissioner for Human Rights, arrived to Georgian police post in Ergneti with Aleko Tsabadze and Georgi Romelasvili, the 2 14-year-old teenagers.
Abkhazia officially asks Ecuador of recognition 2009-12-03 11:17 He mentioned the official letter, addressed to the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, materials about the country’s history and conflict with Georgia.
Russia-NATO Council to be held on December 4th 2009-12-03 10:29 Previously Russia’s envoy to NATO Rogozin said the Canadian delegation blocked adoption of all the documents at the coming Russia-NATO Council ministerial meeting. He believes that all the disputable questions on agenda must be solved before the sitting. Rogozin considers that a number of NATO member countries are against the reset of relations with Russia, and in his view, the actions of
Javakh received an evasive answer from Europe
The Georgian Armenians are clanging the European bells but there seems to be no noise. Yesterday, the Javakh expatriate community received an answer from European Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner to the inquiry about the rights of national minorities in Georgia. The answer contained nothing but a general promise to keep control over the situation, while the natives of the Armenian-populated region of Georgia had put specific questions and were expecting specific corrective measures.
Heroin route runs through Georgia
Parliamentary deputy Paata Davitaya has recently spoken against the construction of a road from Russia to Abkhazia. He said that the road is going to be used for drug trafficking and other organized crime affairs. Well, those who live in glass houses should not throw stones: the ruling circles of Georgia should better keep silent in this case. According to the UN data, about 7 tons of Afghan heroin are annually transited through Georgia and about 4 tons are consumed by the South Caucasus.
When masks of saints fall off
The facts Georgia had been concealing were uncovered yesterday. Five detained Ossetians who were released from prison were transferred to South Ossetia. The hostages (see photo) uncommented by the Georgian Interior Ministry for a long time were brought back by Thomas Hammarberg, High Commissioner for Human Rights in Europe. In return everyone expected the Ossetian trial would be good to the Georgian teens accused of storage of explosives. Tskhinval released two teenagers promising to set the rest of them free in 10 days’ time.
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