Thursday, 23 February 2017
Archive by 2010-08-04
Tskhinval doesn’t blame Georgia 2010-08-04 18:45 "It witnesses that in August 2008 these people saw there was no danger in either our army or our state. They saw our guys fighting for lives of every of them,” the head of state noted.
Roman Abramovich helps Georgia 2010-08-04 18:10 According to the version spread in Georgian mass media, the possible presidentship of Zhordania in the Dutch club is connected with Roman Abramovich, the Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea FC [London].
Some feel skeptical about ecotourism in Georgia 2010-08-04 17:34 Some travel agencies consider eco tourism an unprofitable service. Kavkasus Rtveli director general says all tour operators have such a service, but it’s not a priority for them.
South Ossetia got a new defender 2010-08-04 16:50 Yuriy Tanayev, who occupied the position previously, was dismissed with the President’s order.
Seven companies are interested in oil refinery in Georgia 2010-08-04 15:05 The Oil and Gas corporation believes that because of the absence of an oil refinery Georgia fully depends on imported oil products.
North Korea football team coach sent to concentration camp 2010-08-04 13:57 He was expelled from the party and will be sent to forced labour to the republic’s concentration camp. There he will work for 14 hours a day.
U.S. Congress Committee on Foreign Affairs the postpones disarmament 2010-08-04 12:52 Yesterday the U.S. Congress Committee on Foreign Affairs adjourned voting on the new START agreement for at least 6 weeks on the reason of thorough study of the document.
Iakobashvili responded to Medvedev 2010-08-04 11:57 In this way the State Minister responded to the statement of the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, who said the Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenka promised to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia in presence of CIS country leaders.
Obama to stop war on September 1st 2010-08-04 11:12 He stated the military would be replaced with diplomats and expressed hope their efforts would be sufficient to conduct the due course in the Middle East. In this way the President tries to fulfill the promise on changing the strategy to Iraq, made right after inauguration.
Judah in the Georgian government Churches subjected to blackmail
Georgian officials’ hypocrisy toward Armenia seems to be boundless. Last week, the so-called “disputable” temples were proclaimed Georgian to avenge on Yerevan for “wrong” voting on the official Tbilisi’s resolutions in UN. Unfortunately, this was reported by Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Alexander Nalbandov, an Armenian by birth. The indignant Armenian Church demanded an immediate recovery of all churches, while the Javakh expatriate community declared Nalbandov Armenians’ enemy.
Saakashvili invites to the land of fools
A group of foreign teachers is now on a visit to Georgia. English speaking guests is one item in a series of novelties in Georgian education system to be introduced in the coming school year. The authorities claim this is aimed at teaching quality improvement while GeorgiaTimes’s interlocutors – Gulbaat Rtskhiladze and Arno Khidiregishvili, head of Eurasia Institute (Tbilisi) and politologist, are certain: the chief goal of the changes is dumbing-down of the young generation.
No OK from Customs Office
RF Chief Sanitary Doctor Gennady Onishenko calls for necessary measures to be adopted by the participants of the Customs Union – Kazakhstan and Belarus in order to prevent penetration of Moldavian and Georgian wine products, as well as mineral waters, to Russian stores. That explains a lot – in particular, the fact that Russia will not bargain with Georgia over the embargo lift in exchange for WTO accession.2010-08-04 14:46
Saakashvili setting up Geneva blind alley
International politics holds plenty of examples of endless negotiations when neither party agreed to concessions. Still, there are paradoxes as well, such as an unpunished aggressor and a bleeding victim conducting negotiations under international control.
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