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Archive by 2010-07-08
Gazprom is waiting for appearance of Georgian pipeline in list for privatization 2010-07-08 18:53 The Russian company representative noted the Parliament of Georgia must make a final decision. Then Gazprom must run a feasibility study for making decision on purchasing or not the gas pipeline.
Sokhumi is preparing a response to Hillary Clinton 2010-07-08 17:54 Sergey Bagapsh, the Abkhaz leader, said he ordered the parliament and public organisations to react on statements of U.S. Secretary General Hillary Clinton.
Noghaideli claims government is preparing an operation to arrest him 2010-07-08 17:09 Ex-PM of Georgia, leader of pro-opposition Movement for Just Georgia claims the government is planning to conduct a special operation to arrest him, and intends to use businessman Vano Chkhartishvili for this.
USA revealed Georgians’ attitude to justice 2010-07-08 16:42 Results of the survey, conducted by United States Agency for International Development [USAID] among Georgian population, say most part of it has no mistrust for judges.
Activities of Rosneft won’t harm ecology of Abkhazia 2010-07-08 15:29 According to Roman Dbar, the chairman of State Committee for Ecology, Geodesy and Nature Management of Abkhazia, the republic is gathering valuable data on condition of environment, which could be useful when making various decisions on involvement of marine environment potential in activities of the region.
Saakashvili negotiates with Russia – Noghaideli 2010-07-08 13:12 According to Zurab Noghaideli, the Movement for Just Georgia leader, negotiations with Russia must be open and without pre-requisites, but not secret, as President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili does it with the help of his emissaries.
International conference opened in Batumi 2010-07-08 12:21 Today, on July 8th, in Sheraton hotel in Batumi, Local and Regional Development in Europe: Modern Challenges, a 2-day international conference, was opened.
French frigate arrived in Batumi 2010-07-08 11:52 The ship will participate in joint maneuvers with Georgian coast guard. Besides, the vessel's commanders will meet with Ministry of Defense of Georgia officials, and the frigate crew will play a friendly football match with Georgian sailors.
Foreign Ministry of Russia: Clinton’s statement on “de-occupation” has no grounds 2010-07-08 11:18 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia believes that the statement of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on "occupation of Georgia's territory" by Russia has no grounds.
Georgia can sell its railway to Russia - experts 2010-07-08 10:56 The Centre claims the placement of railway obligations can be a prerequisite for its sale. They also suggest the main creditor at the London Stock Exchange will be Russia, which has been showing interest for this railroad for a long time.
America save us from Russia!
"Only America can save us and America simply must do it", - the idea is imposed upon Georgian citizens by the apologists of Mikhail Saakashvili's regime. They seem to be obsessed by the feeling that the sands are running out because of Russia's interference. Another aggravation of this phobia was caused by Bronislav Komorovskiy's victory in the presidential elections in Poland, especially in the context of Victor Yanukovitch's coming to power in Ukraine and the deposition of Kurmanbek Bakiev in Kirghizia. GeorgiaTimes tried to figure out the connection between these events and find out what America owes Georgia.
Saakashvili won’t stop in media war
Despite successful peace enforcement operation in Georgia in August 2008 it was Tbilisi that won the media battle. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed defeat on the media field with Anatoly Tsiganok, head of Center of Military Forecast at the Institute of Political and Military Analysis. On the first days of August events in 2008 there emerged information on Russia's alleged attack on Georgia. Why was Moscow unprepared for this media attack?2010-07-08 18:44
Burdzhanadze shedding tears
On July 5, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Georgia on a visit. Nino Burdzhanadze had hoped to be invited to the meeting with the oppositional leaders but as soon as she got to know that she was waited for only at the National Library, where women-leaders gathered, she turned upset and refused to come to the meeting with Clinton. She said she would comment upon her demarche a bit later. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed the matter with expert of Information and Analytical Center at Moscow State University Alexander Karavaev, as well as with expert of Eurasian and2010-07-08 11:59
Ajaria – a Turkish mine for Georgia?
There were times when Georgia was not in the spotlight of events in Big Caucasus though it has never fallen by the wayside. Developments of recent years show that Georgia is thoroughly seeking its place among countries of the region. Georgia's current status is a pride for Georgian authorities that expertly take advantage of it.
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