Friday, 24 March 2017
Archive by 2010-08-03
Country-wide blackout in Georgia 2010-08-03 18:16 The power was gone for 20 minutes, supposedly because of the heat [About 40 C; over 100F].
Gilauri is content with current economic rates in Georgia 2010-08-03 17:52 The Prime Minister also noticed the growth of export by 40 per cent in comparison to the rate of the simila period of 2009.
Voronin won’t be a new President of Moldova 2010-08-03 17:06 The decision says the person who executed presidential authorities for 2 terms running, cannot lay claim on the aforesaid position for one more term.
Saakashvili pierces a window to the USA via Columbia 2010-08-03 16:13 To be closer to the American society Georgia finds much in common with Columbia in regard of structure. This republic also struggles with corruption, crime, and separatism.
Two Georgians with forged Czech passports tried to depart for Canada 2010-08-03 15:19 The detained tried to depart for Toronto.
Multinational Georgia to fight against Saakashvili for purity of language 2010-08-03 13:46 According to the Georgian Yong Lawyers’ Association representative Georgi Gotsiridze, the word “negro” President Saakashvili used in talk with customs employees, reveals some manifestations of racial discrimination in society, and the problem must be solved immediately.
First Goodwill store in Georgia to be opened in Batumi 2010-08-03 12:25 Construction of the 500 square meters supermarket amounted EUR 500 000. The opening was dated to the pinnacle of tourist season.
One day before mourning President of Georgia to visit Columbia 2010-08-03 11:17 According to the information at his official site, the head of state was invited to the inauguration of Juan Manuel Santos Calderón.
Tamriko Gverdtsiteli: I’m always moving
It’s evening and it’s hot when we approach a cozy little hut of a recording studio where Tamara Gverdtsiteli, People’s Artist of Russia and Georgia and a world celebrity fixed a meeting. The studio is full of inimitable Georgian hospitality – Tamara is simple and cordial with a smile always on her face. The greetings are interrupted by a phone call from her mother and we are sensing a fantastic vein of their communication. Tender, fragile, loving is the way Tamriko is.
Syndrome of messing around in free zone
Over this year this is Rakia’s (Arab holding) third statement on postponement of the free zone opening in Poti allegedly for formal reasons. Only few believed in this Oriental tale. Some explain that the project is stuck because the investors are not interested; others account it for the Arabian side’s non-compliance with the obligations. GeorgiaTimes tried to find out the stage of project implementation and the outlook in a talk with Georgi Khukhashvili, an expert on economic issues, and Patrick Jung, a member of Association of German business in Georgia.
Journalists getting in someone’s way?
Journalism has always been a dangerous profession. Today, it takes greater risk to air the truth despite the almost universally proclaimed freedom of speech. This week, Timur Tskhovrebov, editor of an independent newspaper in Tskhinval, and Monte Carlo radio station journalist in Tbilisi Shorena Karchava were attacked by those being discontented with their activities.
Georgia, Führer is here
A new situation is developing in Georgia that might seriously shuffle the ruling pack. Soviet dissident Irakli Tsereteli – the word “former” should be left out for there are no formers in history – came onto political stage in full glory. This time, the irreplaceable leader of National Independence Party founded De-occupation Movement. Patriarch of anti-Sovietism and anti-Russian policy picked the right time and idea, which may bring him to power at last.
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