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Archive by 2010-02-27
Large-scale military exercise to be held in Baltic countries 2010-02-27 18:36 Delivery and deployment of the Alliance troops will be trained over several episodes of the maneuvers. Since the moment of entering NATO by the three Baltic countries these will be the maneuvers of the largest scale.
Strong Georgia demands summoning the Security Council because of “Russia’s threat” 2010-02-27 17:24 “Russia and its satellite political forces are preparing a serious destabilization in Georgia both inside the country and at its borders,” he said on Friday, at the sitting with the address of the President.
CE representatives try to learn fate of missing South Ossetians 2010-02-27 16:59 Council of Europe representatives will hold a number of meetings in South Ossetia to learn the fate of the missing residents of the region.
U.S. ambassador liked debates in the Georgian Parliament 2010-02-27 16:27 John Bass, the U.S. ambassador to Georgia, liked the annual report of the Georgian President in the Parliament and the following debates.
Drug dealers selected in Batumi and Poti for transit 2010-02-27 15:50 Georgian ports of Batumi and Poti became key points of drug traffic in Caucasus, said at today’s sitting at the Federal Service for Drug Control of Russia, Viktor Ivanov, its director – RIA Novosti.
Opposition called Saakashvili a “superman”, and his circles - “avatars” 2010-02-27 15:14 Parliamentary opposition strongly criticized President Mikheil Saakashvili after voicing his annual report.
Door to NATO is still open in Georgia 2010-02-27 14:18 Yet Vershow added the new strategic concept must also confirm NATO’s adherence to long-term partnership with Russia. The Alliance sees no contradiction in the points.
Saakashvili promised to strengthen democracy in Georgia 2010-02-27 12:57 Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, promised to conduct new democratic reforms in the country and reinforce mass media freedom.
President of Armenia heading for Georgia 2010-02-27 12:22 Serzh Sargsyan, the President of Armenia, today will head for Georgia with a private visit – Novy Region.
Saakashvili: Georgia won’t renounce integration in Europe 2010-02-27 11:41 Georgia chose its Europe-oriented course and won’t decline from it, announced President Mikheil Saakashvili yesterday, presenting the annual report in the Parliament – RIA Novosti.
The election in May must be held in free and democratic environment - Saakashvili 2010-02-27 11:13 The upcoming elections of local authorities in end May, including Tbilisi Mayor elections, must be held in free and democratic atmosphere, said Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, presenting the report in the Parliament last evening – RIA Novosti.
Saakashvili reporting and laughing
Recently Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili delivered his annual report in parliament emphasizing that the policy of European integration shall not be altered and promising to liberalize the country’s economy and hold model local elections in May. Despite the president’s promises, during debates the parliamentarians accused him of power usurpation and detachment from real problems in the country.
Room for the drugs?
The day after tomorrow, Russia and Georgia are going to open a checkpoint at the joint border in North Ossetia. That is a rather surprising event considering the tension in the relationship between Tbilisi and Moscow. The more so, as Georgia is regularly accused of supporting the terrorism; now this country is already blamed for arranging drugs trafficking from Afghanistan to the North Caucasus.
Shevarnadze to be responsible for Gamsakhurdia’s death
A humble version of Georgian first president Zviad Gamsakhurdia murder sounds more and more credible. In early February Konstantin Gamskahurdia went to Moscow to bring oral testimony against second Georgian president Edward Shevarnadze who supposedly ordered death of his predecessor. Yesterday it was ex PM Tengiz Sigua who testified against his ex chief. Shevarnadze has been summoned to parliament.
Tbilisi in search of money
One of the theses of yesterday’s speech delivered by President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili in the parliament goes as follows: the emigrants are returning to Georgia. The statement sounds doubtful, considering the fact that the statistics on migration is rather disputable. It is not only the Georgian experts that are talking about it; the Statistics Department does not provide any data as well. The president’s statement rather resembles an auto-training session. One of these days, the officials expressed hope to get billions of investments from their former fellow countrymen. As to Mikhail Nikolaevitch, he stated that the authorities are going to announce discounts on real estate property in order to attract the capital of the Georgian expatriate community. So far, the representatives of the construction companies do not say anything about the boom of accommodations acquisition by the former fellow countrymen.
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