Wednesday, 18 January 2017
Archive by 2010-04-28
130 million laris given to Kakheti that suffered from floods 2010-04-28 20:51 130 mln laris will be allocated from the central budget to the region of Kakheti to get over the consequences of the natural hazards and implement various infrastructural projects, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reports.
Yanukovitch’s statements were taken by Georgian MFA without excitement 2010-04-28 19:53 The statements made by President of Ukraine Victor Yanukovitch concerning the necessity of developing new international approaches to the settlement of the frozen conflicts including those in Abkhazia and SO were taken by the Georgian MFA without much excitement, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reported.
Saakashvili: criminality in Georgia is three times lower than in RF 2010-04-28 19:35 “I am here to present The Act of Freedom that defines our constitution. As to its principles, they are freedom, low taxation, the state’s non-interference into private business and creating new opportunities for everyone”, - Saakashvili stated, having underlined that the county ensured “the growth of economy by means of foreign capital and credits”.
The opposition starts collecting signatures for presidential impeachment 2010-04-28 18:53 Members of the oppositional Alliance for Georgia started the procedure of removing Mikhail Saakashvili from power.
RF border troops military training held in South Ossetia 2010-04-28 18:01 Russian border guards are holding military exercises in South Ossetia to practice the interaction with the SO security agencies.
Georgia will sign the visa regime facilitating agreement with EU in June 2010-04-28 16:47 The visa regime facilitation and readmission agreement will be signed between Georgia and European Union in the middle of this June, Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze reported at today’s briefing.
The opposition: Saakashvili will be overthrown should Kiev recognize Abkhazia and SO 2010-04-28 15:23 Ukraine’s recognition of the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia will become a ground for ousting President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili.
Head of PACE is getting ready to meet with Lavrov 2010-04-28 15:06 Head of PACE Mevlüt Cavusoglu is planning to discuss Moscow’s liabilities to the Council of Europe and the Russian-Georgian relationship at the meeting with Head of the RF MFA Sergey Lavrov, which is to be held on Thursday.
Georgia welcomes the document adopted by European Council 2010-04-28 14:07 Georgia welcomes the final document adopted on April 26 by the European Council of the European Union concerning the common policy in the field of defense and safety, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reports.
Religious summit in Baku resulted in a declaration 2010-04-28 13:16 In the final declaration, heads and members of the Christian, Muslim, Judaic and Hindu communities from 32 countries who gathered in Baku to discuss the relevant issues of our time especially focused upon the influence of globalization upon religion and traditional values.
European Commission stands for facilitation of the visa regime between EU and Georgia 2010-04-28 12:22 European Commission came out with the initiative of facilitating the visa regime between EU and Georgia. According to Rosbalt, the relevant draft agreement has been developed after the recent negotiations between Tbilisi and European Union delegates.
Who fired at the border?
It looks like the situation at the Georgian-South-Ossetian border started aggravating with the coming second anniversary of the August events. One of these days, the authorities of South Ossetia reported the firing at the dwelling houses in the village of Orchosan of Leningorski region started by the Georgian servicemen. Despite the fact that Tbilisi refutes the information, Tskhinval is sure that Georgia again wants to destabilize the near-border situation.
Uranium carried in pockets
Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has finally replied to loud but groundless accusations made by the Georgian president on Russia’s involvement in radioactive uranium trafficking. A group of unnamed foreigners carrying nuclear substance in their pockets was detained in Georgia exactly before Mikheil Saakashvili’s trip to the nuclear security forum in Washington where the Georgian leader flared up the scandal providing no evidence that the trace of the radioactive fuel leads to Russia.
A scapegoat for PACE
Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly pursues discussion of 2008 Russian-Georgian conflict still failing to adopt a resolution on ways to overcome consequences of the five-day war since conclusions and judgments made by two co-rapporteurs – Matias Yorsh and David Wilshire delivering their speech on the issue today - are completely opposite. Besides, PACE accuses the British diplomat of provoking Georgia.
Confidence in Victory
The Georgian local self-management elections will take place on 30 May. Despite the opposition is still threatening that the elections will become epoch-making and will mark the beginning of the collapse of the governing "National Movement", most experts are sure that Gigi Ugulava, the current mayor, will win. Today the governing party entered his candidature officially in the Central Electoral Committee. The opposition does not stint its criticism. But so far it can’t propose a real alternative program and a candidate.
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