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Archive by 2010-06-30
Burjanadze departed for Ukraine 2010-06-30 17:48 According to the Democratic Movement-United Georgia pro-opposition movement press-service, the party leader Nino Burjanadze is staying with a visit in Ukraine.
Gori region residents staged a protest action 2010-06-30 17:44 Gori region residents, aggrieved by the hail, this morning staged a protest action at the building of Shida Kartli regional administration.
Ministry of Culture of Georgia starts a contest for memorial to repressions’ victims 2010-06-30 17:05 Today Nikoloz Rurua, the Minister of Culture of Georgia, claimed an international contest for memorial to the victims of Stalinist repressions to be erected in Gori, at the place where Stalin memorial used to stand.
Russia-Armenia gas pipeline to be sold - 30 June, 2010 2010-06-30 15:49 Georgian part of a pipeline, connecting Russia with Armenia, can be privatized.
Russia-Armenia gas pipeline to be sold - 30 June, 2010 2010-06-30 15:09 Georgian part of a pipeline, connecting Russia with Armenia, can be privatized.
USA: territorial problems of Georgia can’t be fixed in a military way 2010-06-30 15:08 According to Philip Gordon, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, said the problem of conflict territories can't solved in a military way.
Opposition: Saakashvili’s values are Stalin’s values 2010-06-30 13:19 According to Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement-United Georgia pro-opposition movement, Mikheil Saakashvili, the leader of Georgia, is demolishing Stalin monuments, yet spreads principles of Stalinism at the same time.
USA actively develops democracy in Georgia – Washington 2010-06-30 13:18 According to the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon, Washington is actively involved in development of democracy in Georgia and intends to develop cooperation with Tbilisi over security issues.
Saakashvili: foreign policy of Georgia became more active 2010-06-30 11:44 Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, delivered a speech at the Security Council sitting, and said the recent events where very important from the point of view of challenges and priorities of security and foreign policy of the country.
Who do Georgian women bear children for?
One surely feels happy for Georgia with its increasing amount of newborn babies. Demographic summaries are resent, reread and copied with enthusiasm. 25 thousand babies were born in the country in the period from January to May. That is the same pace at which Georgian women kept delivered of their children last year. Does not the fact speak of the government's economic success? That would be good, indeed. But the birth rate grows simultaneously with the rate of emigration. Will these children want to stay in their native country?
Saakashvili has brought the country to nihilism
The Georgian opposition has been mostly referred to in the past tense as if to someone deceased. It has been "buried" during the elections at the end of May when the party in power demonstratively won over 50 percent of votes. Fewer and fewer people believe in its resurrection. One of these days, expert Mamuka Areshidze criticized the oppositional association forming around former Minister of Defense Irakliy Okruashvili for its negative program of action. GeorgiaTimes discussed the crisis in the Georgian political field with Nino Ratishvili, member of NGO Public Expertise Assembly.
Political Trading of South Caucasus
The so-called deoccupation of Georgia is becoming a major topic of late. Now it is Slovakia that calls on NATO to deal with Russia on the issue of notorious "deoccupation" while Romania adopts a resolution condemning recognition of Transcaucasian republics' independence. GeorgiaTimes correspondent spoke to Alexei Pushkov, author and host of Postscriptum analytical program, and Leonid Ivashov, president of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems. The official statement made by Washington at the end of last week was in violent contrast with general tonality of Russian-US relations and rapprochement2010-06-30 15:36
Georgia playing into hands of Russia
There is an impression that Georgian leaders have nothing else to do but make Russia's blood boil. The range of dirty tricks is not great, still there is something. This time it's WTO accession as a lever to put "pressure" on our country. Georgia sticks to its conditions on Russia's accession into the World Trade Organization, Zurab Alavidze, deputy minister of economic development of Georgia stated. "We reiterate our stance on Russia's accession in WTO and we will stick to it despite the US President's statement that the process should be speeded up", - he said.
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