Thursday, 19 January 2017
Archive by 2009-12-21
Jemal Gogitidze died 2009-12-21 18:24 In his time Gogitidze was the Interior Minister of Georgia, head of Justice party Moscow office, and deputy chairman of Georgia Abroad public movement.
Georgia conducted political consultations with China 2009-12-21 17:48 Political consultations between Georgia and china were held today in the Foreign Ministry of Georgia in Tbilisi.
Russian soldier requests political asylum in Georgia 2009-12-21 16:52 Currently Khripulin is in the Ministry for Refugees and Resettlement of Georgia, talking to the Minister, Koba Subeliani.
Council of Europe and Switzerland hail the release of Georgian teenagers 2009-12-21 16:12 Today the Head of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland, Chairperson of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe Micheline Calmy-Rey issued a statement over the release and transfer of the Georgian teenagers, pardoned by the Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia.
One more person died 2009-12-21 15:05 She was put in Zugdidi hospital one week ago; doctors say she was in severe condition and hospitalization was belated. All efforts to save her were in vain.
Minister of Diasporas dismissed 2009-12-21 13:40 According to PM Gilauri, before becoming the MP, in the course of his work in the Ministry of Culture Davitaya monitored the issue of diasporas. “he knows the sphere well,” Gilauri mentioned.
Substitute to Shashkin found 2009-12-21 13:24 According to Kalmakhelidze, she intends to continue democratic reform in the penitentiary system of the country.
Chinese delegation arrived in Georgia 2009-12-21 12:35 The delegation of Chinese Foreign Ministry is staying in Georgia with an official visit. The sides intend to discuss deepening of cooperation between the countries and prospects of luring Chinese investments in Georgian economy.
Tymoshenko was planned to be killed 6 times 2009-12-21 11:49 He added that even a professional assassin from abroad once came to Ukraine.
The blast of Monument must have been a trial one 2009-12-21 11:09 "Kutaisi residents were sure the blast of the monument is scheduled for December 21st, the birthday of Joseph Stalin and President Mikheil Saakashvili," he added.
Georgian opposition leaders to participate in protest action in Kutaisi 2009-12-21 10:36 Non-parliamentary opposition leaders will participate in the protest action in Kutaisi, planned for today.
Kokoity getting the better of Saakashvili with his generosity
The boys from the Georgian village of Tirdznisi got back to their homes from the prison in Tskhinval. President of South Ossetia pardoned them despite the indignation of the mothers of the Ossetians who have totally vanished in the Georgian prisons or, are serving their sentences following the framed-up cases.
Georgian children at the mercy of drug addicts
According to the Georgian media, General Inspection of Ministry of Defense of Georgia detained Headmaster of school No.27 Mikhail Pruidze for drug consumption. He was under the influence of narcotic drugs during the detention. The arrested person has already admitted guilt and confessed that he had been consuming drugs for two years.
Echo of Lithuanian scandal in Georgia
Recently Lithuanian president Dalya Gribauskayte called to revoke Mechis Laurinkus, the Ambassador to Georgia, through loss of confidence. Basically the Baltic leader made use of her right. It seems the scandal has nothing to do with Georgia. But it’s not exactly so. Why?
Shadow of “brown plague” over Georgia
The ceremony of Glory Memorial explosion in Kutaisi coinciding with Mikheil Saakashvili’s birthday failed. The explosion broke out ahead of time, killing a woman and a child with the pieces of the monument. Looks like a symbol. The president called to initiate investigation and punish the culprits. But many people in the world look at the explosion as “blasphemy” and “an act of state vandalism”. An anti-fascism wave is rising in Georgia.
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