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Archive by 2010-08-12
Fifth Russian patrolling boat arrived in Abkhazia 2010-08-12 18:56 FSS of Russia ships started patrolling sea borders of Abkhazia in December 2009.
Bread is getting rare in Georgia 2010-08-12 17:51 Bakur Kvezereli, the Minister of Agriculture, confirms the connection between increase of prices for bread in Georgia and cut of Russian wheat export.
Chile showed interest in Abkhazia 2010-08-12 16:52 Barrolleta explained Chile clearly remembers the conditions country lived in under economic blockade. “We could share the experience on developing industry,” he noted.
Candles to be lit in the Dutch embassy in Georgia 2010-08-12 15:59 Today’s event is dedicated to Stan Storimans, origin of the Netherlands, who was killed in the territory of Georgia in August 2008 conflict.
Israeli company failed rehabilitation of roads in Samtskhe-Javakheti 2010-08-12 15:30 Heads of the project stated the Isreali company doesn’t finish works in the defined terms, and they will be passed to a company working quicker.
Georgia wrote a complaint letter to the UN 2010-08-12 13:36 The Assembly included the letter in the agenda. In the course of the sitting they supported the initiative – as well as the U.S. Department of State, the Council of Europe, and the EU had done before.
Tbilisi Mayor’s Office suspects it was poisoned 2010-08-12 12:57 In summertime the service of food harmlessness will pay special attention to dairy products, meat, fish, and refreshing drinks.
Nino Burjanadze infringes friendship of Saakashvili and McCain 2010-08-12 12:17 The ex-Speaker believes the American senator has no actual information about situation in Georgia, otherwise she has no idea what’s happening.
USA to help Georgia to sort out with financial aid 2010-08-12 11:38 According to the draft, nearly 2 bn dollars, already allocated by Washington, must be spent on improvement of infrastructure and economic growth of Georgia.
War has a woman’s face
They say war is men’s business. Anyway it must be - though sometimes it happens otherwise. Among witnesses of the massacre initiated by Mikheil Saakashvili in South Ossetia was Yana Amelina, a special correspondent and For United Ossetia public movement’s coordinating secretary. For her desire to tell the whole world the truth about Clean Field operation she was awarded an Iskra special prize of the press as the best war journalist.
Saakashvili dreaming of court martial
“Several years ago, after a set of military exercises, Saakashvili told the then Minister of Defense Irakly Okruashvili that he had a dream about both of them being defendants at the Hague International Court Martial”, - Badri Bitsadze, a well-known figure in Georgia, told. Well, the dream might as well be prophetic but the dock must be rather spacious, then: killing generals, PR agents and, naturally, the initiator of the entire bacchanalia, George Bush Jr. Well, need some space, gentlemen. Indeed, Mishiko, sole-colored suits do not suit you – better wear star-striped ones.
“Crusade” on Tskhinval burns all bridges
It wasn’t only human losses that South Ossetia incurred in the August war of 2008. Destroyed infrastructure and dying economy was what Mikheil Saakashvili left to “his” people. Despite the global economic crisis the Russian Federation decided to join in the reconstruction and economic development of the South Ossetian republic following recognition of its independence. The Georgian president may continue to spit poison on those who disagree his favorite image of a “victim” but sovereign mechanisms were launched and Saakashvili won’t be able to stop them.
War did not let Georgia to NATO
On August 10, 2008 at 8:56 a.m. Georgia announced ceasefire. Russian consul was handed a note with Mikheil Saakashvili’s relevant order. However, Georgian president was lying again. The point is that Mishiko had been reckoning not on his battalions but on the West’s immediate support in his adventure; however, he backed the wrong horse, being used as a trial balloon in resistance to Russia, and everyone just got it in the neck.
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