Tuesday, 21 February 2017
Archive by 2010-07-01
Street in Batumi named after Arab sheikh 2010-07-01 18:03 One of the streets in Batumi will carry the name of Nahayan bin Mabarak Al Nahayan. He's the one who presented the city 10 000 palms.
Total foreign debt of Georgia increased by USD 77.5 mln 2010-07-01 17:13 The total foreign debt [national debt plus debt of the private sector] in the first quarter of 2010 amounted USD 8 790 500 000. According to the National Bank of Georgia, it's by USD 77.5 mln more than on December 31st 2009.
Rare snake was approaching CEC of Georgia 2010-07-01 17:07 Guards of the Central Electoral Commission in Tbilisi killed a reddish over 1 meter long snake, which was approaching the conference hall.
Stevie Wonder decided not to visit Georgia 2010-07-01 16:21 The free concert of Stevie Wonder, a renowned American singer , pianist, and composer, planned for July 24th, won't take place.
FBI office to be opened in Georgia 2010-07-01 15:57 The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the USA will open an office in Georgia.
USA intends to settle a conflict in Karabakh 2010-07-01 15:37 According to Philip Gordon, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, Washington intends to work with Armenia and Azerbaijan for settling Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Government to attempt to return young Georgian footballers home 2010-07-01 14:40 In order to improve the situation in football sphere, the government of Georgia intends to conduct work to return young footballers, playing for prestigious European clubs, to motherland.
Tbilisi is worried about an ‘ecological catastrophe” threatening Abkhazia 2010-07-01 14:39 Tbilisi is worried about an ecological disaster, which allegedly threatens a territory of Abkhazia and can eliminate its unique ecosystem.
USA to allocate Georgia USD 4 mln for reinforcement of the Parliament 2010-07-01 12:18 The Parliament of Georgia will continue development and reinforcement of relations with the USA. According to the press service of the legislative body, yesterday in Tbilisi a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Georgian Parliament and U.S. government.
Georgian police post came under fire 2010-07-01 12:14 A Georgian police post near the border with Abkhazia, not far away from Pichora and Ganmukhuri settlements, came under fire.
Georgia – still “excellent” in corruption
After interpretation of the 2008 war report in Georgia's favor by the country's authorities to see masterly explanations of foreign surveys is no more a surprise. Today Western experts made another statement that invalidates Mikheil Saakashvili's favorite trump card. Freedom House report retains Georgia's corruption rate at the level of year 2000. At first Tbilisi referred it to incorrect translation and a wrong method of research...
“Deoccupation” reaches PACE
Let me tell you an unpleasant piece of news. An Inspector-General is coming. Not from Saint Petersburg - from PACE. The President of the Parliamentary Assembly has arrived in Moscow to discuss Russian-Georgian relations and Russia's commitments to the Council of Europe. Mevlut Chavushoglu plans to meet with the Federation Council and State Duma leaders as well as Russian FM and members of the Russian delegation to PACE to consider honoring of PACE's resolutions on Georgia that deal with deoccupation of Georgian provinces and revocation of their independence recognition. Besides, PACE president will raise the issue on reforms in Russia and pay a visit to one of the regions.
Georgia flying to arms
Who said the East was tricky? Perhaps, that is true in respect of personalities but if we take the category of State there is no easier task than tracking down its actions and nearest steps. Georgia is no exception and its behavior in the international arena bodes no good. The minds of Georgia's current politicians seem to be preoccupied with the number-one idea of having revenge, no matter the price or means.
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