Saturday, 25 February 2017
Archive by 2010-08-24
Georgian oil production is in crisis 2010-08-24 18:51 According to the Union’s information, unknown manufacturers appeared at the market of motor oils. Low-quality oils are not only produced on site, but are also exported.
UNHCR worried about condition of Georgian refugees 2010-08-24 17:58 The statement notes the process is conducted without the due transparency and awareness of refugees.
Georgian authorities study Estonian prisons 2010-08-24 17:16 According to the Ministry of Justice of Estonia, in the course of the visit the gusts will be shown the system of organizing court trials via videoconferences, system of digital warding, order of receiving visitors etc.
Georgian colleges received textbooks from UNDP and the EU 2010-08-24 16:41 Favouring professional training is a part of the initiative, proclaimed by the EU after the conflict of 2008. The cost of the joint program amounts EUR 4.4 mln. The three components of the program include reconstruction of infrastructure, development of microfinancing and training.
President of Georgia was accused of drug abuse 2010-08-24 15:52 "As it’s known, Saakashvili went to Columbia to the President’s inauguration, and after that was lost for a long time. It was said that Saakashvili brought a big supply of drugs from Columbia, so he provided himself with everything,” he added.
Saakashvili met with Russian society lioness - mass media 2010-08-24 15:13 Some data say in one of the days she received 150 000 dollars from a local businessman.
Abkhazia requests Russia to give up Georgian military criminals 2010-08-24 14:33 Abkhaz veterans consider Kitovani and other Georgians-participants of these events “military criminals”. Over 15 000 people were killed in the conflict of 1992-1993.
USA sees South Caucasus as “Russian” – opinion 2010-08-24 13:15 Rovshan Ibragimov, the Azerbaijani political scientist, claimed that Moscow’s recent diplomatic success in South Caucasus is of no significance for the USA.
Kobalia can be appointed a PM 2010-08-24 12:19 In this case Nika Gilauri, the present-day PM, will have to leave the post.
Violence prospers in Georgian families 2010-08-24 11:47 Kakheti is the most conflict-abound region, when in comes to violence in families.
USA to protect Georgia from radiation 2010-08-24 11:26 Detectors are suppposed to be distributed between service for emergency and patrol department of the Interior Ministry of Georgia.
Russia helping South Ossetia, Georgia – helping itself
“Mutual Assistance. Cooperation. Security” large-scale humanitarian action began in South Ossetia. Similar activities are planned to take place in Abkhazia too. While Russia is doing its best to help its Caucasian allies providing medical help to its population, Georgia’s actions toward the territories on which Tbilisi keeps imposing its sovereignty are limited to threats and border provocations.
Tbilisi aims a blow at the corridor system
Georgian government and International Transport Union have signed a memorandum on mutual understanding and cooperation implying the development of the state as an international transport corridor between Europe and Asia. Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri said he thinks it possible to increase competitiveness and attract a large volume of freights from Russian and Iranian corridors.
Propagandists label Lukashenko as Saakashvili’s relative
Georgian mass media continue to savor the conflict between Moscow and Minsk over recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Tbilisi is still full of hope that this could bring long-term benefit and set relations with Belarus going. The most curious thing is that Georgia is seriously aimed at military and technical cooperation with Lukashenko. What are the prospects of this idea?2010-08-24 11:00
Poland: drifting from Saakashvili
President of Poland Bronislav Komarovskiy has stated that Tbilisi should not reckon upon the high favor it used to be in with Warsaw during President Lech Kaczynski’s rule. “I’m not going to travel to another country at the Georgian president’s wish”, - said Komarovskiy, meaning an invitation to pay a formal visit to Georgia. That’s a serious statement, indeed: Mishiko is clearly warned that if he does not build transparent and unambiguous foreign policy without bloodshed and provocation he will soon be written off as something useless and dangerous for Europe.
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