Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Archive by 2010-03-25
NATO Secretary General to visit Georgia on Saakashvili’s invitation 2010-03-25 18:26 Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO Secretary General, accepted the invitation of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili to visit Georgia.
State Minister for Diaspora issues of Georgia to visit Ukraine 2010-03-25 17:44 On March 27th Mirza [Papuna] Davitaya, the State Minister for Diaspora Issues, heads for Ukraine with a working visit to hold meetings with Georgian diaspora representatives in Kyiv and Lvov.
EU launches a new ecological project in the framework of Eastern Partnership 2010-03-25 17:07 Stefan Fule, the Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy claimed the environment problems of all the countries to be common for all the countries of the world. He added it’s the common interest to work with the Eastern partnership countries to make the neighborhood even more ecologically clean.
Laborites complained to Azerbaijanian President about Saakashvili 2010-03-25 16:42 In his letter they advised the Azerbaijanian leader to show interest to relations of Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, with SOCAR, Azerbaijanian oil company.
Tbilisi Mayor candidates to meet at debates 2010-03-25 15:56 In the framework of the project the Public TV will organize a series of TV debates and a special program for monitoring the preparation and process of elections. The second part of evening news program Moambe will be devoted to elections.
Two Russian military convicted of espionage for Georgia 2010-03-25 14:46 North Caucasian District Military Court convicted two Russian military of espionage fro Georgia, and sentenced to 11 and 15 years of imprisonment.
Tbilisi residents demand to rename George Bush Street 2010-03-25 14:30 Today the protest action was staged in Tbilisi, protesters demanded to rename the George Bush-jr. Street.
900 tons of beer spilt in Georgian brewery 2010-03-25 12:42 "The reconstruction must have been finished. 24 cisterns were set and filled with beer. The technicians failed to settle the last cistern because of the strong wind. It fell and dragged 18 cisterns more,” Topadze said and added that “while the cisterns were falling, employees managed to run away from there.”
U.S. intelligence apprehends deterioration of situation in Caucasus 2010-03-25 12:04 U.S intelligence believes that provocative actions like the “special report” of Imedi TV channel on alleged Russian invasion can set up in flames the real conflict in Caucasus.
Today is the day of Georgian Orthodox Church autocephaly restoration 2010-03-25 11:27 Today the Georgian Orthodox Church celebrates the day of its autocephaly restoration. According to the messages from the Patriarchy, Ilia II, the Catholicos Patriarch of All Georgia will conduct a sermon in the Tbilisi Sioni Cathedral – Georgia Times correspondent.
President of Georgia to meet with NATO Secretary General 2010-03-25 10:24 According to the media, at the meeting Saakashvili and Rasmussen will discuss issues, concerned with acceleration of Georgia’s admission into NATO - Georgia Times correspondent.
In almost two weeks after the scandalous broadcast aired by the Georgian Imedi channel, NATO responded at last to this media provocation. The North-Atlantic Alliance estimated the trick of the Georgian TV team as “unwise” and “harmful”. The official block representative James Appathurai made a statement before the meeting of NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and the president of the republic Mikhail Saakashvili. Perhaps, there was a reason for that.
Georgia’s autocephalic power
Today the Georgian Orthodox Church marks the 93d anniversary of independence following succession from the Russian Orthodox Church (the church was assigned to the ROC in 1811 by Russia’s secular authorities) after 1917 Revolution. Over the recent years the Georgian church and its irreplaceable Catholicos Patriarch Ilia II have had great spiritual and political influence on the country.
Vacation in Georgian style
According to the research carried out upon recommendation of the World Tourism Organization only one in four Georgia’s guests come there for tourism. Less than 7% of visitants are serviced by Georgian travel operators. Mainly people come on business or to their relatives. What will help Georgia’s recreation sector to revive competing with Turkey, Krasnodar territory and Abkhazia?
The spokesmen of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) have held official meetings in the Georgian capital. One of them, Hungarian diplomat Matias Yorsh expressed his approval of the Georgian strategy concerning the “occupied territories”. However, Yorsh’s personality is ambiguously appraised by the Georgian people. For instance, part of the opposition accused him of corruptness and subjectivity. Are the accusations of the displeased Georgians addressed at the PACE spokesman fair?
10 billion for Abkhazia’s “free floating”
Today Abkhaz president Sergey Bagapsh is discussing financing schemes for the republic from Russian budget in Moscow. The Kremlin promised to allot RUR 10 bn – the amount that South Ossetia received too. GeorgiaTimes tried to find out if these investments into Abkhazia are justified.2010-03-25 09:56
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