Friday, 24 February 2017
Archive by 2009-12-25
Laborites urge to protect the Church 2009-12-25 18:37 According to Nestan Kirtadze, the party secretary, similar practice exists in Germany, Switzerland and Greece.
National Bank of Georgia predicts GDP growth 2009-12-25 17:45 The prognosis was made by the National Bank of Georgia. The next Committee sitting will be held on January 20th 2010.
Saakashvili summoned an urgent sitting of Security Council 2009-12-25 17:02 On December 22nd , at the Security Council sitting the new strategy of government towards Abkhazia and South Ossetia was discussed.
Russian State Duma called on West to condemn blasting the Memorial in Kutaisi 2009-12-25 16:43 "Tbilisi attempted to unleash war against the Georgian people and our common history. The decision to blast the monument was caused by the aspiration of Georgian government to destroy one of the symbols, uniting Russians and Georgians, all the peoples, who fought against the fascist plague.”
Ministry of Finance to continue emission of treasury bills 2009-12-25 15:43 Georgian Ministry of Finance will continue treasury bills emission next year, said Kakha Sekhniashvili, the head of treasury service of the Ministry of Finance, at today’s briefing.
Parliament of Georgia to hold and extraordinary sitting today 2009-12-25 15:16 The Parliament of Georgia will hold an extraordinary sitting today. At yesterday’s bureau meeting Speaker Bakradze said the President Mikheil Saakashvili had already issued the due order.
Opposition to hold preliminary elections no later than on March 28th 2009-12-25 14:16 Preliminary inter-party elections of the one candidate to represent opposition at the direct elections of Tbilisi Mayor will be held no later than on March 28th, announced at today’s press conference leaders of the Conservative Party, the People’s party, and For Just Georgia movement.
Turkmen Internet users face restrictions 2009-12-25 12:39 Besides, many foreign companies, who have access to corporate nets in Turkmenistan, cannot connect them. Many private owners of foreign-hosted sites also face blocking.
18 employees of the Ministry of economy arrested 2009-12-25 12:14 Special operation to detain employees of the Ministry of Economy was conducted in Georgia, 18 officials arrested.
President of Georgia congratulated Catholics on Christmas 2009-12-25 11:56 Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, congratulated Catholics, residing in Georgia, on Christmas.
Georgian Patriarchy spread a statement concerning anti-church campaign 2009-12-25 11:05 Two days ago the sitting of Holy Synod was held, the Patriarchy of Georgia spread a statement, including comments on the anti-church campaign.
Georgian stars to light up in Moscow
Anna Gibradze, 15, is the winner of Children's New Wave 2009 international contest held in Moscow on the New Year's Eve.
Media pyromaniacs rapped over the knuckles
One of these days, the Internet space was literally humming with excitement. The reason was the interview with President of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov. Reasonable voices calling to understand what the Chechen leader said or wanted to say were lost in the flow of unfounded accusations addressed at him, until Head of the Reuters agency in Russia and CIS Michael Stott put a stop to this Bacchanalia. However, a bitter taste remained. The more so, as it was mainly the Russian media who heated up passions. Or, perhaps, they only call themselves Russian?
Start of First Caucasian destined for trouble
Georgia’s broadcasting over North Caucasus might be harmful to Georgians in Russia, opposition Movement for Fair Georgia thinks. But the Georgian government is determined to set about anti-Russian propaganda and allocate funds that were not enough to develop the Public TV’s Second Channel. Tbilisi is facing a larger task than protection of its own interests: now peace in Russian Caucasus is at stake.
Is Tbilisi going to soften statements?
The poisonous talks about the “occupation” and “criminal puppets” prevent the Georgian government from getting out of the deadlock it has driven itself into. This was at last realized in Rustaveli avenue. Now the Georgians are going to avoid any harsh statements in respect of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Well, that is the right thing to do, indeed. However, will this be enough to regain the trust of the neighboring nations?
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