Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Archive by 2010-07-26
NATO-mania in Georgia is fading 2010-07-26 18:36 According to the survey by USA NDI subsidiary, only 59 per cent of Georgians in this or that degree would like to see their country in NATO.
Sanctions against Iran to start on July 27th 2010-07-26 18:06 The European Union introduces additional sanctions against Iran, due to turn valid tomorrow, on July 27th.
Abkhazia shouldn’t align itself with Kosovo – political scientist 2010-07-26 17:16 Irakli Hintba, the political scientist, is sure that decision of the UN International Court on Kosovo will play a positive role in the fate of Abkhazia.
NDI to tell about political situation in Georgia 2010-07-26 16:43 Today the National Democratic Institute of Georgia [NDI] will publish results of the survey on society's attitude to the political situation.
Russia and Abkhazia to fight against simulated enemy 2010-07-26 15:54 Military marine maneuvers of Abkhazia and Russia start in the Black sea.
Saakashvili owes criminal dons 2010-07-26 14:26 According to Badri Bitsadze, the ex-deputy Interior Minister, before coming to power Mikheil Saakashvili closely contacted with criminal dons and received money from them.
EU Foreign Ministers to discuss Georgia 2010-07-26 13:10 Today the meeting of Foreign Ministers of the EU countries will be held
Yanukovich saved Saakashvili from more headache - expert 2010-07-26 12:35 Paata Zakareishvili, the Georgian expert, believes that extension of Russian navy's deployment in Crimea to 2042 was favourable for Georgian government.
Georgian minister danced in a Canadian strip club 2010-07-26 11:58 New hit of Facebook is a photo of Vera Kobalia, the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, depicting her, her sister, and three other women at the stage of a strip club.
Georgia exchanges scrap iron to Turkish medicines 2010-07-26 11:53 According to the National Service of Statistics of Georgia, Turkey remains the biggest trade partner of Georgia.
Georgia’s education priority: swords out!
In recent years, Georgia has looked like a large experimental platform for the young and untutored government to learn to rule the country. Such experiments especially damaged the educational system. Yesterday, the president announced it a strategic priority in further improvement of the state. However, no use expecting any wonders when the educational operation is performed with the dirty hands of reformer-surgeons.
Georgian officials confuse Genoa and Marseille
Yesterday Georgian sailors working on Jasmine vessel under the Georgian flag launched a protest in Marseille refusing to leave France until they get paid by the Italian ship-owner. However, Georgian government reports that the ship reached Genoa where the crew was assisted by Italian trade unions. In the meantime, an inspector of the International Transporter Federation in Genoa claims to know nothing of the situation while a French inspector told GeorgiaTimes that the vessel is still in Marseille. We tried to puzzle out why the Georgian officials confused the ports and countries, and what promises does sailing under the Georgian flag offer?
Wahhabites making war preparations in Pankisi
Georgia's Pankisi gorge is now a site of clashes between traditional Muslims and Wahhabites. Two old chapels have been destroyed in Kistin villages with radical Chechens constructing new mosques. Georgian experts who mocked at Russia's fears over militants in Pankisi not long ago are worried by the risk that Georgia might lose control in the gorge. These apprehensions are not at all rootless: Georgia is standing on the threshold of the war between two Muslim movements, Alexander Ignatenko, president of Russian Institute of Religion and Politics thinks.
The savour of Tbilisi’s debt
Today, only the blind and deaf may fail to know about Georgia being up to eyebrow in dept. Even National Bank has indirectly hinted at the coming default, having stated the figure of Georgia's aggregate debt of 8,6 billion dollars, which is 80,3% of the country's GDP. Georgia owes Russia 117,4 million and if the Russian side demands repayment of this money invested in construction of the new liberal economy Saakashvili will simply have to declare his country straining after Singaporization bankrupt.2010-07-26 20:04
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