Saturday, 25 February 2017
Archive by 2010-08-25
South Ossetia accuses Georgia of threats 2010-08-25 18:41 According to the document, the South Ossetian side is worried with the even more frequent statements of the official Tbilisi on preparation for “total defense”, and “unreasoned attempts to present the events in South Ossetia in false light, distorting reality”.
South Ossetia to grant Russia RUB 13 mln 2010-08-25 17:57 South Ossetia will transact Russia over 13 mln roubles [USD 433 00]. Te money was collected by republic’s residents for Russians, aggrieved in fires.
Saakashvili as a swindler of 21st century 2010-08-25 17:28 Dzagania stated that according to tentative data, producing over 800 mln barrels of oil at cost of USD 50 bn is possible. He added there is an agreement: the Jewish businessman would extract oil, the sum from sale will be divided 50/50 between him and the Georgian President.
In Georgia Israeli footballers will play “covered” by Mossad 2010-08-25 16:40 Mossad is the political intelligence of Israel, in its functions and purpose compatible to CIA. It’s considered one of the most professional and effective special forces of the world.
South Ossetia wants to join Russia 2010-08-25 16:10 This was figured out after expert’s survey on most pressing problems of economic, social, ad political development of South Ossetia. The respondents also touched upon topics of unemployment, corruption, and extremely low level of medicine.
In Poland people are persecuted for truth about Saakashvili 2010-08-25 15:37 The Prosecutor’s Office of Warsaw extended the investigation in regard to Kovantsky, suspected of spreading the secret report of ABW [Poland's Internal Security Agency] about the “Georgian incident”.
Political consultations between Georgia and Mexico were held 2010-08-25 14:43 The Georgian delegation was headed by Levan Davitualiani, the deputy Foreign Minister.
Four refugees sutured their mouths closed and went on infinite hunger strike 2010-08-25 13:01 He added that refugees talked to the EU representatives, who promised to hold a joint meeting with the Minister for Refugee Affairs.
Georgia to purchase grain from Ukraine 2010-08-25 12:24 “Georgian businessmen are conducting negotiations with Ukrainian suppliers on grain purchase, - the ambassador said. – Ukraine is one of the biggest exporters of grain, and we will surely supply it to Georgia.”
IFC Vice President arrived in Georgia 2010-08-25 11:50 Today in the State Chancellery he will meet with Nika Gilauri, the Prime Minister of Georgia.
Gimpu and Saakashvili demonize Molotov-Ribbentrop pact 2010-08-25 11:13 According to the Russian historian, the Moldovan leader does it to doubt the very fact of the republic’s statehood existence.
Ukraine’s investments specially for Georgia
The volume of Ukraine’s investments into Georgia’s economy is only USD 30 mln in total. A particularly joyless thing is that Kiev is Georgia’s third important trade partner. However, as the experts believe, the low volume of financial investments from Ukraine is in sync with general economic tendencies and accounts for a bad investment climate in Georgia.
Kobalia dooms Tbilisi to ill health
Georgia is planning to hold a solid and stable privatization program as was stated by Vera Kobalia, minister of economy and sustainable development in July. “All on sale by auction” is the motto adopted by the head of the economic authority. Presently, facilities in the very center of Tbilisi have come in Vera’s view. They will soon be put up for auction and sold to refill the state treasury that is thinning away. The price is not specified but as presumed it’s not one lari.
Saakashvili suffering from accuser complex
Georgia continues fighting its own history. One of these days, the republic paid tribute to the victims of totalitarian regimes. In the authorities’ opinion, August 23 became the symbol and manifestation of the criminal essence of two cannibal regimes, communism and fascism. One feels like asking: what other memorable days are Georgian lawmakers capable of devising to vent gall on their closest neighbors?2010-08-25 12:38
A bitter pill for Tbilisi
After Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to Armenia, representatives of the regional expert community started talking about the Russian diplomats’ new victory. As a result of the signed agreements, Russian military presence became the dominant force in the issue of safety control in the South Caucasus. Now Georgia may only reckon upon its short-term allies that are getting fewer in number.
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