Tuesday, 17 January 2017
Archive by 2010-07-23
Gilauri met with Aliyev 2010-07-23 18:50 Nika Gilauri, the PM of Georgia, held meetings behind the closed doors with Ilham Aliyev and Artur Rasidzade, the President and Prime-Minister of Azerbaijan respectively.
U.S. Congress writes letters to Georgia 2010-07-23 17:20 Yesterday a letter from the U.S. Congress was delivered to the Parliament of Georgia. In this one Americans gave a high assessment to the municipal elections and decided to continue assistance to Georgian Parliament in developing democracy.
Bonnie storm increased prices for oil 2010-07-23 16:35 Recovery works near the notorious oil well in the Gulf of Mexico were suspended for two weeks because of the approaching Bonnie storm.
Union of Georgians: Russia didn’t occupy Georgia but saved it 2010-07-23 16:01 Mikheil Khubutia, the President of the Union of Georgians in Russia thinks the Parliament's decision on declaring February 25th the Day of Soviet Occupation is aimed at instigating Russophobic mood in Georgia.
Russian parliamentarians think Georgia was “overexposed to heat” 2010-07-23 15:08 Viktor Ilyukhin, the State Duma [lower chamber of Russian parliament] deputy calls establishment of Occupation Day in Georgia a forgery of history and predicts great damage to Georgian-Russian relations it will cause.
Burjanadze’s visit to the USA is wrapped up in mystery 2010-07-23 14:27 Nino Burjanadze, the ex-Speaker, the leader of pro-opposition Democratic Movement-United Georgia, will in the nearest time visit the USA.
USA needs Saakashvili only as a dictator 2010-07-23 13:17 In the view of Kukava, Georgia attracts Washington only as a transition corridor, and that's why it accepts authoritarianism in the republic from the view of implementing its regional plans, including military ones.
Russian peacekeepers go to Nagorno-Karabakh 2010-07-23 12:15 According to MPs of Azerbaijani parliament, Safar Aliyev, the Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan, has visited Moscow twice this year to accord the deployment of Russian peacekeepers in the territory of the conflict area. With the nearest prospect of deployment of Russian units, MPs adopted a due military doctrine.
UN international Court called Prisitina’s actions legal 2010-07-23 11:37 Hisashi Owada, the head of the International Court of the UN, in the course of the open trial in the Hague voiced a statement calling Kosovo's proclamation of sovereignty non-contradicting international legislation.
Georgians to be taught English by an army of volunteers 2010-07-23 10:56 Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, said that soon a whole army of volunteers will teach republic's residents English. Volunteers, thousands of them, will arrive in Georgia on July 31st.
American Monolith to invest 9 mln in Poti 2010-07-23 10:39 According to the statement of Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, the company requested the Ministry of Economy to sell it a 3000 square meters lot, necessary to open an enterprise. But in the delayed letter the first deputy Minister informed the aforesaid lot belongs to the Poti Mayor's office, and the businessman must turn to the local municipality.
Georgia goes on quarrelling with Russia
Recently, President Saakashvili sympathized with the Russian citizens called "occupants" because of the Russian policy carried out in the Caucasus. Following his example, Georgian parliament started saying that the occupation of Georgia began a long time ago and it is necessary to legalize the Soviet Occupation Day and the Day of remembrance of victims of totalitarian regime. GeorgiaTimes asked two experts, Candidate of Science (History), Associate Professor at MGIMO (U) of Russian Foreign Ministry Igor Mikhailov and one of the leaders of the Georgian oppositional Conservative party Kakha Kukava whether these dates bear any significance for Georgian people.
Georgians become cheap work force
Georgian trade unions have come up with two angry speeches: against greedy investors and the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs barking up the wrong tree in both cases. Whose fault is it that Turkish owners of a factory in Ajaria exploit Georgian workers in best traditions of slaveholders? Why is Andrey Nesterenko to blame for mentioning criticism of the Georgian Labor Code at an international conference? The problem is excessive loyalty of trade unions who toady to the government's radical liberalism.
Investors don’t rush to ever-dependent Georgia
Mikheil Saakashvili and Georgia's minister of economy and sustainable development Vera Kobalia, the president's current favorite, express their displeasure over foreign investors who allegedly fail to comply with their obligations. Why do investors massively flee Georgian economy? Manana Nachkebia, Right Opposition party leader and David Darchaishvili, director of Soros Foundation in Georgia have opposite points of view on the issue.2010-07-23 17:58
An export bankrupt
On July 21-26, workshops on increasing export within the generalized system of trade preferences and meeting the USA import standards will be held in the context of Program for the development of commercial law of the U.S. Department of Commerce in Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi. The events are aimed to deepen the Georgian experts' knowledge of the USA export trading standards,which should help increase the export of Georgian products included into the general trade preference system.
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