Friday, 21 October 2016
Archive by 2010-04-12
Shevardnadze against American bases in Georgia 2010-04-12 18:14 Eduard Shevardnadze, the ex-President of Georgia, believes there must be no American military bases in the country.
Georgian CEC revealed 80 000 mistakes in electoral lists 2010-04-12 17:54 On April 9th 7 000 electors were excluded from the lists, and the total number is now 3 580 000 electors; 994 000 in Tbilisi. On January 5th 2008, at the moment of presidential elections, the number of electors counted 3 372 000, in Tbilisi – 941 000.
Georgians are afraid of threat from Russia – survey 2010-04-12 17:51 Georgians are afraid the terrorist attacks in Moscow can serve a cause for “Russian aggression”, the survey by Kviris Palitra [Georgian weekly] revealed – RosBalt.
Three political parties of Georgia formed an electoral bloc 2010-04-12 17:50 Three political organisations: Christian Democratic Movement, Chven Tviton and Christian Democratic People’s Party will be presented at the municipal elections as one bloc – Georgia Times correspondent.
Opposition: blood can be shed in struggle with Saakashvili regime 2010-04-12 15:49 Georgian opposition cannot rule out bloodshed in confrontation with the regime of President Saakashvili.
Georgia sent Kyrgyzstan 10 tons of humanitarian aid 2010-04-12 15:19 The government of Georgia sent 10 tons of humanitarian aid to Kyrgyzstan: medicines ad essential goods.
One of the streets in Tbilisi to be named after Kaczynski 2010-04-12 14:51 "Death of Kaczynski is a great loss. We lost the leader who always defended ideals, connected with struggle for freedom and democracy. He was a protector of Georgia’s security, and I asked the issue of naming one street after Kaczynski to be discussed at the nearest sitting of sakrebulo [city assembly]", Ugulava said.
In Washington Saakashvili to meet with Biden, then head for Warsaw 2010-04-12 14:06 She notes that though Saakashvili will cut the visit to attend the funeral of Lech Kaczynski, the President of Poland, in the framework of conferences on nuclear security he’ll meet with Presidents of Sweden, Finland, PMs of Belgium and Czech Republic, Senators [both Republicans and Democrats].
Georgian delegation to head for funeral of the Polish President 2010-04-12 12:27 Georgian delegation, including representatives of both the government and the Parliament, will head for the funeral of the President of Poland.
PACE Monitoring Committee delegation arrived in Tbilisi 2010-04-12 12:02 On April 11th David Wilshire, a member of the PACE Monitoring Committee arrived in Tbilisi on April 11th, and this morning Matyas Eorsi and Agnieszka Nachilo arrived today. The main aim of today visit is study of the situation in Georgia and implementation of CE resolutions on Georgian-Russian conflict - Georgia Times correspondent.
Saakashvili won’t meet with Obama in Washington 2010-04-12 11:05 Past weekend Mikheil Saakashvili, the Georgian leader, arrived in the USA to participate in the international nuclear security summit to be held in Washington on April 12th-13th.
White Stream: life after death
Azerbaijan, Georgia and Romania are going to sign a Memorandum on Cooperation in the Gas Field tomorrow in Bucharest. They have already signed bilateral and trilateral agreements, so this one is going to be a sheer formality. Azerbaijan will get an opportunity to increase the gas export due to the two plants that will ensure gas liquefaction and turning it back to the initial state with further gas realization in Europe.
Kaczynski took risks for the sake of Georgia
Lech Kaczynski has deserved the Title of Hero of Georgia like no one else. The politician who tragically died under Smolensk in a plane crash took risks for the sake of the Georgian-Polish friendship many times. During the war in South Ossetia he was bold enough to arrive in Tbilisi; then he involuntarily took part in the staged attack at his cortege and then fell victim to a plane crash in the chronicle simulated by the Imedi TV channel. Finally, he really died on his way to the official condemnation of the crime committed by Soviet power in Katyn.
Saakashvili wants to learn the truth
In the nearest time, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili is going to establish a committee for investigating the “historical truth and facts of Russia’s 200-year policy in respect of Georgia”. According to the Georgian leader, the “adequate knowledge of the history” is most urgent for the republic today. Saakashvili’s new anti-Russian idea has been discussed by the GeorgiaTimes correspondent with the Georgian officials and Russian experts.2010-04-12 21:50
Georgia calls to legalize “occupation”
Georgia keeps grappling with Russia on the legal front. The country’s parliament calls legislative assemblies of over 50 states to acknowledge Abkhazia and South Ossetia as occupied territories. Assignment of this status will help reintegrate the republics back into Georgia, as it is believed in Tbilisi. Russian interlocutors of GeorgiaTimes discuss prospects of this appeal from Georgia.2010-04-12 10:24
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