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Geneva Talks turned into a war of nerves 2010-05-12 17:41 The political scientist is sure trips to Geneva give the Georgian side nothing practical, but in case Tbilisi renounces them, it will lose.
Georgia, Romania and Azerbaijan signed agreement on gas 2010-05-12 17:31 The document was signed by Azerbaijani Minister of Energy and Industy Natig Aliyev, Georgian Energy Minister Alexander Khetaguri, and Romanian Minister of Economy, Trade and Business Adrean Vidianu.
Dzidziguri turned to the U.S. ambassador 2010-05-12 16:51 In the view of Dzidziguri, exit polls in Georgia are already discredited, as the American company held them by request of Imedi and Rustavi 2 [Georgian TV companies].
First Lady of Georgia to visit Azerbaijan 2010-05-12 16:15 Sandra Roelofs will visit a new medical centre in Baku, meet with the Minister of Healthcare of Azerbaijan Oktai Shiraliyev, and experts of the International Red Cross Committee. She intends to discuss struggle with tuberculosis in prisons of Azerbaijan.
Geneva Talks reached deadlock 2010-05-12 15:41 “The format of Geneva Talks didn’t lead to results, and it can be said this format of negotiations is made to let the West feel to certain extent it’s involved in settling conflicts, - political scientist said. – In reality negotiations are not directed at real results, and therefore they are not feasible” .
EU to present a report in the framework of cooperation with Georgia 2010-05-12 14:28 The document reflects the assessment of compliance with the obligations Georgia took last year in the course of the program.
Clash of Armenians and border guards occurred in Georgia 2010-05-12 14:00 Andranik Konyan and Giulnara Murandyan were detained by Georgian border guards on May 7th. They both are citizens of Armenians, and have Georgian stamps in passports giving right to settle in Georgia.
Semneby met with Baramidze 2010-05-12 12:35 Yesterday peter Semneby, the EU special envoy to South Caucasus, met with Georgi Baramidze, Georgian State Minister for Integration into European and Atlantic Structures – Georgia Times correspondent.
Gulashvili intends to open a representative office of his movement in South Ossetia 2010-05-12 11:31 “Here I’ll hold meetings on my behalf and plan to open People’s Orthodox Movement, and will be back to Tbilisi in the nearest time,” he said.
Labourites to protest the NDI survey’s result 2010-05-12 11:10 Kirtadze highlighted the results of the survey published by NDI are “farce” and “fully rigged.”
Georgian Foreign Ministry welcomes the decision of the EU Council 2010-05-12 10:59 "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia welcomes the approval of negotiating directives for association agreement with Georgia by the EU General Affairs Council held on 10 May 2010 led by Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Spain Miguel Angel Moratinos,” Press and Information Department of the Foreign Ministry informs.
Who does Georgian president work for?
Georgia lost its independence long ago. It is not USA’s Georgia-2 but almost a Russian subject. This opinion is still more frequently heard in Sakartvelo. Recently ex minister Goga Khaindrava called the Rose Revolution and the change of power in Ajaria in 2006 the fruits of Russian intrigues. Nodar Javakhishvili, ex president of National Bank reported that dainty lumps of Georgian economy go to Russia in repayment of debts. Nino Burdzhanadze remarked: Georgian authorities conceded to Russia more things for free than new Ukrainian president did earning 40 billion dollars.
Georgian opposition figures Nino Burdzhanadze and Zurab Nogaideli were leaving Moscow in different direction: she – to Europe, he – back home, after the stone-laying ceremony on the site of the monument to Georgian warriors and the parade in Red Square both full of faith that Russia wants to make it up with Georgia. But still it’s the non-handshake Mikheil Saakashvili ruling the country, so all talks are about future.2010-05-12 09:53
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