Monday, 24 April 2017
Archive by 2010-04-02
Negotiations between Georgia and South Ossetia on captives exchange came into a deadlock 2010-04-02 18:41 “The problem is: the sides interpret “all for all” notion in a different way” he said and explained the south Ossetian side wants the release of those who were illegally sent to prison both before and after August 2008 events. The Georgian side promised to release those, who were detained before August 2008, but recently renounced their promises, he added.
Giant Georgian thief caught in Moscow 2010-04-02 18:13 Police was called by a local resident, who said that unknown people try to open his neighbour’s door. A broad-shouldered tall man first tried to get into the roof through a ventlight to follow his accomplices, then ran to the attic on the ladder. In the moment of detention he tried to resist and flee, but failed.
IMO responded to the note of the Foreign Ministry of Georgia 2010-04-02 17:53 “The Note indicates that Abkhazia is an integral part of Georgia, which is presently occupied by the Russian Federation,” the Ministry explains. “Territorial integrity of Georgia is recognized by the international community and therefore, any attempt of illegal shipping to Abkhazia, Georgia is considered as a breach of the basic norms and principles of international law”, it adds.
President of Azerbaijan to visit Estonia 2010-04-02 17:23 Next week Ilham Aliyev, the President of Azerbaijan will visit Estonia with a 2-day official visit. The aim of the visit is announced the deepening of a political dialog between the countries, favouring development of interregional cooperation in the spheres of economy, information and communications, science and culture – RosBalt.
Alliance for Georgia nominated Alasania a Tbilisi Mayor candidate 2010-04-02 16:41 “We are ready to dialog with all the forces on the issue of Sakrebulo chairman candidates and majouritary deputies, - Gamkrelidze mentioned. – As for consultations with Zurab Noghaideli, negotiations will be held with him, but it doesn’t mean unification with the Movement for United Georgia”.
Erdogan to visit USA 2010-04-02 16:17 Despite the adoption of the resolution on recognition of Armenian Genocide and subsequent recalling of the ambassador to the U.S by Turkish side, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Prime Minister of Turkey, will participate in the summit on nuclear security in Washington D.C. – RosBalt.
Georgian opposition to start political consultations 2010-04-02 15:01 After Easter holidays Sozar Subari, one of the Alliance for Georgia, and Levan Gachechildze, the Protect Georgia leader, will start consultations with opposition range over the unification of forces at the local elections of May 30th - Trend.
Bolivia and Ecuador can recognize Abkhazia 2010-04-02 14:21 In August 2008 Abkhazia and South Ossetia were recognized by Russia, then – by Nicaragua and Venezuela, in end 2009 – by Nauru.
Georgia accused Kokoyty of assisting FSS of Russia 2010-04-02 12:34 In the view of Nikoloz Laliashvili, one of the Christian Democrats leader, the demand of South Ossetian leader Kokoyty to return Truso gorge to South Ossetia was dictated by the Federal Security Service of Russia and connected with the recent statement of Russian Security Council Secretary Patrushev on possible “Georgian trace” in terrorist attacks in Moscow metro - RosBalt.
Burjanadze thanked Putin 2010-04-02 12:23 Nino Burjanadze, the leader of pro-opposition Democratic Movement- United Georgia, expressed her gratitude to Vladimir Putin, the PM of Russia, for his considering the August 2008 war a common tragedy of both countries – RosBalt.
One billion lari to be spent on water supply systems rehabilitation in Georgia 2010-04-02 11:38 About 1 billion lari [USD 599 mln] is intended to spend by the government on full rehabilitation of water supplies and sewage systems in Georgia, stated PM Nikoloz Gilauri, at yesterday’s meeting in Batumi – Georgia Times correspondent.
The elections: no way to escape fraud
Georgia’s National Forum is calling to boycott the local elections on May 30. The major part of the oppositional parties does not want to lose the chance of winning the post of Mayor of Tbilisi given by the government. Still, if the scale of the election fraud is known already, does it make sense to spend any efforts or means on something unachievable?
Saakashvili as superpresident
In the near future Georgia might adopt a “superpresidential” regime and be divided into states according to the draft law submitted to the Constitution committee by Levan Ramishvili, NGO Liberty Institute leader. As known, Ramishvili-led structure is believed to be the originator of United National Movement’s ideology. Will the committee like such powerful reinforcement of presidential institution in the country?
Default is expected the year Saakashvili resigns
Georgia’s aggregate foreign debt has exceeded 80 percent of the country’s GDP. Besides, President Mikhail Saakashvili personally limited it to 60 percent last year. However, by 2013, the president who has already served two terms of office will have to resign, and his successor is going to face a default. However, some of the experts see no grounds to be worried, so long as the state share of debt is not that large.
Breakthrough epoch now on in Georgia: sewage system under construction
President Mikheil Saakashvili promised that by the end of his presidential term all problems with roads, energy and water supply as well as sewage problems would be solved. This time, as he says, will make history as a breakthrough period. Good intentions, but away from reality, as expert Georgy Khukhashvili thinks.2010-04-02 17:31
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