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Archive by 2010-03-31
Kaladze didn’t terminate contract with Milan 2010-03-31 17:20 Kakha Kaladze, the 32-year old footballer of Milan, captain of the national football team of Georgia, didn’t terminate the contract with Italian club.
Communiqué of the Geneva Talks upsets Tskhinval and Sokhumi 2010-03-31 16:59 The communiqué, concluding results of the 10th round of Geneva Talks, was issued, and it upset both South Ossetia and Abkhazian sides, the join statement of the two delegations says - press service of the Ministry for Press and Mass Communications of South Ossetia.
Foreign Minister of Georgia to visit Norway and Finland 2010-03-31 16:47 In the course of his visit to Norway Vashadze will hold meetings with Jonas Gahr Store, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Espen Barth Eide , the State Secretary. In the framework of the visit, the meetings with Chairman of Storting Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense and Secretary General of the Norwegian Refugee Council are planned. The Norwegian Institute of International
Georgia expands its economic cooperation with Kazakhstan 2010-03-31 16:00 According to Mchedishvili, in the course of the visit a sitting of intergovernmental commission for economic cooperation, from the Georgian side headed by the Minister of Economy Zurab Pololikashvili, will be held.
Georgia is preparing for an administrative amnesty 2010-03-31 15:54 The Parliament of Georgia intends to pass a bill on administrative amnesty, prepared by the government of the country. Georgian citizens will be freed from fines for administrative violations, committed before July 15th 2009, RosBalt reports citing to a source in the Parliament.
Georgia disclaims purchase of torturing equipment 2010-03-31 15:06 The Interior Ministry of Georgia disclaims a number of paragraphs of a report by Amnesty International for 2010, concerning the implementation of the EU orders by the EU countries in 2006.
First pre-election ratings published in Georgia 2010-03-31 14:28 This morning Georgian TV companies published first pre-election ratings, prepared by IRI and financed by USAID.
Georgia offered Russia assistance in investigation of terrorist attacks 2010-03-31 12:49 Government of Georgia expressed readiness to cooperate with Russia in investigation of terrorist attacks in Moscow metro on Monday.
Parliament of Georgia indignant about statement of the Russian Security Council 2010-03-31 12:10 Guram Chakhvadze, a Georgian MP, one of the leaders of pro-opposition national-Democratci Party, called the statement of Nikolai Patrushev, the chairman of the Russian Security Council, on possible participation of Georgia’s being involved in terrorist acts in Moscow, provocative and disgracing.
Opposition: Saakashvili is afraid of improving relations with Russia 2010-03-31 11:48 Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement-United Georgia leader, yesterday claimed that President Mikheil Saakashvili is afraid of any signs of improvement of relations with Russia.
At Geneva Talks Russia presented a draft document on security in Caucasus 2010-03-31 10:44 Yesterday, at the 10th round of Geneva Talks on security in Caucasus Russia proposed a draft of legally binding document on non-use of force for Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Tbilisi, Baku and Bucharest signed agreement on gas transportation 2010-03-31 10:12 He added it’s a new project, implying transportation of the natural gas in Caucasus region.
Georgian trace in Moscow metro
Tbilisi experts were expecting statements from Nikolay Patrushev, secretary of the Russian Security Council about ties between the terrorists and Georgian special services. Indeed, a version about the Georgian trace in Moscow terrorist attacks sounds natural with the Federal Security Service having evidence that North Caucasian insurgents were financed from Georgia and considering that TNT blocks and guns imported from Georgia were seized from terrorists in Azerbaijan a few days before the terrorist attack. Familiar with the facts, official Tbilisi has already expressed eagerness to take part in metro explosions investigation.
War as mentality
Recently official representatives of Tbilisi confirmed Georgia’s refusal to sign a non-aggression treaty with Abkhazia and South Ossetia that the young republics consider crucial for security provision in Caucasus. Given that Georgia continues to enhance its military potential and provoke the country’s population with false media stories one thing seems absolutely clear – the republic sees no obstacles for a new war.
Abkhaz-Kosovo parallels drawing apart
No one would argue that the precedent in Kosovo made the recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia possible. However, Russia, which supports Serbia’s integrity, does not welcome reducing the situation in the Balkans and in the Caucasus to the same denomination, as well as the USA, which is much concerned about Georgia’s integrity, are opposed to a comparison like that. As American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has stated on the Russian TV air,, “we can see a great difference”, while Foreign Ministry of Abkhazia characterized such position as the “double standards policy”.
Brussels set sights on Caucasian borders
UN and EU in cooperation with International Center for Migration Policy Development are launching a new border security program in South Caucasus for Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. As believed, the system will make inter-state borders both transparent and safe. The border issue is delicate for all three states. Will the West be able to help the republics?
Russia and Georgia agreed to resume air communication between the countries for Easter time. The Transport ministry sanctioned charter flights from Tbilisi to Moscow and back operated by Georgian Airways. This is the second time when two states get closer by sky. Does that mean flights will soon be resumed in full?
Armed terrorists from Georgia
On the day the terrorist acts were committed in the Moscow underground, State Security Ministry of Azerbaijan disseminated information on disclosing a terrorist net that was provided with weapon from Georgia. The official Tbilisi has already promised to handle the situation; however, this will hardly prevent the Caucasian terrorism.2010-03-31 00:21
Terrorist acts in Moscow: Georgia panicking
The recent explosions in Moscow underground have shocked the entire world community. For the first time since August 2008, the Georgian government expressed solidarity with the Russian authorities. For instance, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili expressed condolences to the families of those who died and criticized the events that happened. “Terrorism is a universal problem; this time, dozens of innocent citizens became the terrorists’ victims in Moscow”, - president of Georgia underlined. Everything seems to comply with the common standards and the general human position, and today’s comments made by the Georgian experts and TV officials seem to be still more surprising. It has been announced from the Tbilisian screens within the whole day that the Georgians will evidently be blamed for the terrorist acts.
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