Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Archive by 2010-04-13
Romania, Azerbaijan and Georgia signed a memorandum on gas export 2010-04-13 18:21 Today in Bucharest a memorandum on cooperation in gas supplies sphere was signed between Romania, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
Abkhazia expresses condolences to Poland 2010-04-13 17:14 Tu-154, a governmental aircraft, wrecked today under Smolensk [Russia]. Aboard were President, his wife and many highest ranks of the country.
Armenian community requests Georgia to recognize genocide 2010-04-13 16:17 "Letters with a request to initiate the bill were sent to the head of state, chairmen of the Parliament and parliamentary fractions, and also to members of Georgian parliament of Armenian nationality", the statement says.
Saakashvili spent millions on rebranding of Tbilisi 2010-04-13 15:03 Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, turned to Brandflight AB [Swedish company of Thomas Gad] with a request to work on the new image of the Georgian capital.
USA called on Turkey and Armenia to restore diplomatic relations 2010-04-13 14:20 Barack Obama, the President of the USA, urged Armenia and Turkey to “make every effort" to advance the normalization of relations between the two nations, the White House spokesperson said.
Georgia’s credit rating risen to B+ 2010-04-13 14:02 Standard & Poor's increased the long-term sovereign rating of Georgia by one step – from B to B+.
Investigation of Georgian luger’s death is finished 2010-04-13 13:08 21-year old Kumaritashvili was killed in a crash on February 12th, hours before the Olympics. At the last turn of the track he hit the metal construction. On February 20th he was buried in Bakuriani [Georgia].
Georgia expressed condolences to Italy 2010-04-13 12:15 "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses deep concern regarding the accident of 12 April 2010 in the Northern Region, the Republic of Italy, which caused the death of numerous people.
Speaker promises to punish officials interfering in elections 2010-04-13 11:16 At yesterday’s sitting of the parliamentary bureau Speaker David Bakradze touched upon the issue of the upcoming local self-governance elections. He gave positive assessment to the Memorandum signed between the Central Election Commission and NGOs. In this document the rules of using of administrative resources and the restrictions in the elections are strictly defined – Georgia Times
Seeking a job in Christ’s land
No matter how hard the local authorities try to present the advantages of Georgia, or to bring the emigrants back to the country by promising to provide them with dwellings and employment; the people still refuse to listen and keep treacherously running from the country. One of these days, the Georgian pilgrims in Israel went to the immigration service to get a status of refugee instead of taking a sight-seeking tour. The reasons produced by some of the Georgian politicians about Georgia being the true motherland of Jesus were still not enough to convince them.
Georgians were asked to decide upon the genocide
Once again, the Armenians have asked the Georgian parliament to recognize the genocide of their nation in the Turkish Empire in 1915. The issue became relevant in connection with the 95th anniversary of the tragedy that happened on April 24. However, there is not a single chance that the Georgians will provide a fair assessment of those events, for Georgia is too much dependent on its strong neighbors in the person of the Turkic Turkey and Azerbaijan. They are more likely to recognize the genocide over the Azerbaijani in Khodzhaly, just as they have recognized the Muslim holiday of Navruz Bajram as a nationwide holiday.
Georgian strategy looking for sponsors
Georgia is reckoning upon the funding needed for the realization of the strategy in respect of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Tbilisi believes the document enjoys great support of the international organizations, so the foreign donors are going to be given complete control over the part of the projects. Will there be any volunteers to “invest” in the Georgian strategy?
Fair elections on May, 30: a myth or reality?
One of these days, Speaker of the Georgian parliament David Bakradze called upon the state officials to act solely within their competence and according to the rights given by the law during the coming local elections. At the same time, Bakradze gave a positive estimate of the memorandum signed between the Georgian Central Electoral Committee and the non-governmental organizations, which clearly states the rules of using administrative resources in the course of the elections and specifies definite limitations. Will the vice-speaker’s appeal affect the transparency of the elections on May, 30?2010-04-13 23:22
White House drifting apart from official Tbilisi
At the invitation of his American colleague, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili is going to take part in the nuclear safety summit that is going to be held in Washington on April 12-13. The official Tbilisi rejoiced some time ago, asserting that the White House was consistently implementing the line of the former President Georgia Bush who called Georgia “the lighthouse of democracy” and was lavish at supporting the young revolutionists. However, it became known today that the long-awaited meeting of Barack Obama and Mikhail Saakashvili in Washington is never going to take place. Does it mean that the forecasts of some of the Georgian experts talking about the White House’s growing indifference to the unpredictable Georgian leader start coming true?
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