Friday, 28 October 2016
Archive by 2010-05-21
Attack on the office of the candidate from the National Council occurred 2010-05-21 18:35 Members of the youth wing of the Conservative approached the offenders, tried to calm them down, but in fact irked the strangers, and were both insulted and beaten.
Russia won’t like resolution of European Parliament – opinion 2010-05-21 17:41 “This notification for the world community on situation in Georgian-Russia relations is quite a brave step, especially Europe’s lack of courage in this issue, - he noted. – Perhaps, resolution won’t serve easy settlement of the situation, but statements of this kind are quite significant for prospects.”
Population of Batumi against naming a street after a Turkish businessman 2010-05-21 17:06 Previously President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, said that man was the first to believe in Georgia and to create a beacon of development and democracy here.
Kyiv believes Ukraine can be EU member without joining NATO 2010-05-21 16:34 “There are absolutely evident examples of joining neutral non-bloc countries, not NATO members, in the European Union,” he said.
Opposition promises Tbilisi residents new metro 2010-05-21 15:37 “One kilometer of underground metro meeting modern standards, costs USD 70-80 mln, and up to 10 years are demanded for construction”, - Mosidze said. He added Tbilisi has no such means, and therefore the initiative of light rail metro was presented.
Alliance for Georgia staff was attacked 2010-05-21 14:43 “Electoral banners are spoilt, electoral posters – torn,- he said. – This fact is an interference in electoral campaign, as property was spoilt on purpose and in public place.”
Opposition: Saakashvili sold Iran Ukrainian missiles 2010-05-21 13:01 Previously Zurab Noghaideli, the Movement for Just Georgia leader, said the government of the country is involved in illegal arms trade.
Parliament of Georgia intends to recognize “genocide” of Chechens and Circassian peoples 2010-05-21 12:37 Yesterday Nugzar Tsiklauri, the chairman of the parliamentary committee for interrelations with compatriots abroad consulted with historians.
Russia and South Ossetia signed agreement on fighting illegal migration 2010-05-21 11:50 Valeriy Valiyev, the Interior Minister of South Ossetia, and Sergei Kalyuzhny, the deputy director of the federal Migration Service of Russia, signed an intergovernmental agreement on joint fighting illegal migration – RosBalt. The ceremony of signing was held in Tskhinval.
Burjanadze’s party disclaims messages of Georgian TV companies 2010-05-21 10:42 Democratic Movement-United Georgia, the party of Nino Burjanadze, disclaims the messages of her staying in the same hotel as Russian President in the course of her visit to Kyiv – Georgia Times correspondent.
European Parliament understood Tagliavini in a Georgian manner
The disputable report made by the European Commission for Investigation of the August events in the Caucasus has been adopted by the European Council parliamentarians. From the very beginning, Georgia and Russia interpreted it in their favor. Having approved of the investigation together with the conclusion about the Georgian aggression, the EU delegates decided to pass an anti-Russian resolution.
Opposition looking for revenge after elections
Today, Georgian CEC is going to start printing ballot papers for the local elections that will be held on May 30. Besides, today is the last day of the registration of those Georgian organizations that wish to watch the elections. Most experts are sure that the results of the elections are pre-determined: the current Mayor of Tbilisi, representative of the ruling National Movement Gigi Ugulava is going to win because of the lack of unity among the opposition. The opposition, which has more than once stated that the elections are to become crucial for the country’s domestic policy but still never managed to consolidate, is indignant at such forecasts. This time, the criticism was attracted by CSA French Company.
Georgian prez sets $7 million ejection seat on private Bombardier jet
Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili has reportedly decided to improve his personal security by installing an ejector seat in his private plane. But the country's opposition is enraged by what it sees as the lavish misuse of state funds.
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