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Georgian minister: Russia’s decision on grain export limitation will affect the region 2010-08-10 18:51 He noted that Georgia has considerable reserve of grain and, besides, has an alternative supplier, and no grain deficit should be expected. But in the scale of the region Russia’s decision will affect firstly the pricing.
IMF to watch Ukraine closely 2010-08-10 17:54 IMF has already allocated Ukraine over 15 bn dollars, in return demanding to comply with some conditions. Among them is to increase price or gas for population.
Azerbaijani girl became a queen of Georgia 2010-08-10 17:01 Today she has become the winner - the 500 000th tourist in Georgia.
Georgian woods were set on fire intentionally – minister 2010-08-10 15:27 Nika Gilauri, the PM of Georgia, called on population to be cautious and claimed that arson is prosecuted by the law.
Georgia conducted discriminatory policy – expert 2010-08-10 14:51 The expert highlighted that now Abkhazia has own president, anthem, flag, parliament and government.
Haute couture in Batumi 2010-08-10 13:14 The High Fashion Week in Georgia was held under patronage of Maki Metreveli, the spouse of the Speaker of the Parliament.
U.S. Department of State set hopes on Geneva Talks 2010-08-10 12:08 The spokesman reminded that in the course of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit to Georgia she reiterated support for sovereignty and “territorial integrity of Georgia”.
France to croak in Georgian 2010-08-10 11:23 Frog legs allow Georgia earn USD 15 000 annually, and now hopes to extend the market geographically, as in early 1960s.
Budennovsk and Tskhinval: common past
The bloody August 2008 in South Ossetia did not leave Russians untouched. People in the southern regions of the country especially took the tragic events to heart. Dozens of thousands of people from Tskhinval and nearby villages fled there; it was from there that soldiers set out to defend Ossetian people against destruction. Battle-planes flew from Budennovsk to help the peacemakers. One of the pilots, Major Vladimir Yedamenko never returned to his wife and son. An exhibition at the regional studies museum of Praskoveya village of Budennovsky region is dedicated to the war that took his life.
Dance of Doom
Through hearts of Ossetians, Georgians, and Russians war of 2008 went with a devastating vortex. Notions who is friend and who is enemy were confused. And for some conflict parties remain native, disregard anything. Russian, Ossetian, and Georgian blood mixed in veins of Inga Gamkhitashvili. In these terrible days she worried for all her relatives. Only three days before the beginning of combat actions she left from Tbilisi to Moscow, where she lives, studies, and dances in the Kolkhida and the Suliko ensembles. All what happened on August 8th and after that crucial day, reminded her of bellicose dance of mtiuluri, with predefined tragic end.
Ossetians will carry the pain down the ages
It has been two years since Georgian Army brought down its artillery tsunami on the sleeping Tskhinval. Heart wounds have not yet been healed, aching deeply for those who died an early death. In remembrance of them, exhibitions, museums and memorials are opened in South Ossetia, people coming there flowers and candles in hand.
Ossetian lessons for Georgia
Two years seems to be enough to understand who started shelling Tskhinval, preparing the army for forced enslavement of national minorities and using military rhetoric. Nonetheless, most Georgian mass media maintain the official version of the events that president Mikheil Saakashvili fell victim to the provocation and the outcome of the war was “the victory of freedom and independence for Georgia”. Hasn’t the 08/08/08 tragedy been a good lesson to Georgians? GeorgiaTimes and politologist Arno Khidirbegishvili discussed the lessons that the authorities, the opposition and people learned from the newest history.
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