Friday, 28 April 2017
Archive by 2010-06-10
Greece to deport 14 Georgians 2010-06-10 17:42 Fourteen citizens of Georgia will be deported from Greece today.
Georgian PM urged everyone to acquaint themselves with the new Tax Code 2010-06-10 17:32 One of the points of agenda of today’s sitting of the government was the draft of the new Tax Code.
Bill on state border of South Ossetia passed in the second reading 2010-06-10 17:15 At today's session the parliament of South Ossetia passed the bill On State Border of SO in the second reading. The issue was raised by Erik Dudaity, the chairman of the committee for defense and security. Sergey Kolbin, the head of border guarding department of the state security committee also participated in the session.
NATO expects more activity from Georgia 2010-06-10 16:43 "NATO's door also remains open for Georgia, but we will focus on the reforms," he said in his opening statement at a meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels.
Georgia thanked Ukraine for non-recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia 2010-06-10 15:28 On June 4th Viktor Yanukovich, the present-day leader of Ukraine, started Kyiv wouldn’t recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The foreign Minister of the country made the similar statement.
World Bank to inspect projects in Georgia 2010-06-10 14:57 Philippe Le Houérou, the World Bank Vice President, will visit Georgia on June 11th-14th to see the progress of projects financed by the organisation.
Georgia isn’t afraid of Kyiv and Moscow approximation 2010-06-10 14:17 "Ukraine’s approximation with any third state is no threat for Ukrainian-Georgian relations. That’s all. The rest is information for consideration,” Vashadze said.
79 points to be discussed at the sitting of the government 2010-06-10 13:02 Today at 1 p.m. a sitting of the government will be held in the State Chancellery of Georgia. According to the press service, the agenda includes 79 points for discussion - Georgia Times correspondent.
Saakashvili met with the Mayor of Bordeaux 2010-06-10 12:22 Yesterday Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, met with Alain Juppé, the Mayor of Bordeaux – Georgia Times correspondent.
Alasania’s former allies establish a new union 2010-06-10 11:46 Ex-supporters of Irakli Alasania, who left the Alliance for Georgia after the municipal elections, establish a new union.
Georgian Times owner can be sentenced to 3-7 years of prison 2010-06-10 10:30 Malkhaz Gulashvili, the People’s Orthodox Movement leader and owner and founder of Georgian Times media holding, and his 17-year old son David can e imprisoned for 3 -7 years in case they return to Georgia.
PM of Georgia to visit Switzerland 2010-06-10 09:31 On June 15th-16th Nikoloz Gilauri, the PM of Georgia, will visit Switzerland. In the course of the visit he will meet with the President and the Foreign Minister of Switzerland, press service of the State Chancellery and government says – Georgia Times correspondent.
Georgian radio registered in Moscow
In autumn FM Caucasus, a Georgian-language radio station, will start broadcasting from Moscow to become a fusion of socio-political and ethnic programs throughout Russia and Transcaucasia. There is another project, now launching, dedicated to this complicated region – Politics in Caucasus magazine.
Parisian holidays of the Georgian president
Today, the Russian and western media are discussing the visit of the Georgian president to France. It has been stated that the odious president of the Caucasian republic managed to break through the isolation, in which Georgia found itself, willingly or not, after the August 2008 events and the unflattering conclusions made by the European experts as to the reasons of one of the shortest and most absurd wars of XXI century. It has been often mentioned lately that the leaders of the European countries have turned away from Saakashvili. However, Mikhail Nikolaevitch made and effort and attained a meeting with President of France Nicolas Sarkozy who played an important role in stopping the conflict. Will Saakashvili manage to regain Europe’s favorable attitude?
Last hope for Javakh
Armenians residing in France call on President Nicolas Sarkozy to urge Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili to stop discriminative policy against Javakh Armenians and set Vaagn Chakhalyan free. In Yerkir-Europe’s letter they underscore rising concern over current situation of Armenians in Georgia. But is France ready to solve Javakhetia’s problems?
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