Monday, 01 May 2017
Archive by 2010-09-01
Russians support decision on recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia 2010-09-01 18:59 51 per cent of respondents say the decision is not to be revised.
Ukraine and Georgia normalized “microflora” of relations 2010-09-01 17:57 Now the countries have a task to create a favourable environment for businesspeople of both countries.
Rustavi 2 TV company receives money for slandering Russia 2010-09-01 17:55 It hasn’t been the first case of slander in the air of Rustavi 2. Previously the TV company made a program about Russia’s unleashing a war and murder of Mikheil Saakashvili.
No reshuffle in the government 2010-09-01 16:19 “In response to messages about how many ministers have already written submissions for resignation, I claim it’s wrong,” Niko Mchedlishvili, the press secretary of the Prime Minister of Georgia said.
Gorbachev and Rice to visit Georgia 2010-09-01 15:50 Gorbachev and Rice will conduct a trip in the framework of the 5th international symposium of world’s leaders.
Tbilisi seeks help from Iran 2010-09-01 15:25 In particular, they touched upon possible purchases of Iranian wheat.
Russian journalist: Americans will get rid of Saakashvili 2010-09-01 14:41 Mikhail Leontiev, a well-known Russian journalist, claimed that Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, will have the same fate as Viktor Yushchenko.
Kaladze leaves from Milan to Genoa 2010-09-01 14:01 The 32-year old fullback joined Milan in 2001, played in 194 matches and scored 12 goals.
Ukraine and USA will help Georgia with wheat 2010-09-01 13:47 Today Bakur Kvezereli, the Minister of Agriculture stated that since September 9th wheat from America will come to ports. It will be used as seeds.
Mass media: Georgian opposition counts on Kaladze 2010-09-01 12:25 Previously media reported Kaladze was separated from the team for criticizing Saakashvili publicly. In one of his interviews he called “disgraceful” not his two goals scored in own gate in match versus Italy in autumn 2009; but President’s “crawling in Gori” during war in August 2008.
Energy to help to overcome grain crisis? 2010-09-01 11:35 The "recipe" for solving the grain problem must be borrowed from energy sphere and implies “intensification own production and maximum diversification of sources of supplies". The Georgian leader assured that at the present moment the issue of alternative grain markets is practically solved.
Saakashvili celebrates the anniversary he introduced 2010-09-01 10:48 Two years ago, on September 1st 2008 he delivered a pompous speech at the Liberty Square in Tbilisi and claimed that “those, who wanted freedom and independency, were banished from their houses, but we will unite again and will be one.”
Georgian investors’ trust fading away
Not only does Georgia attract new investors this year; it is also losing the old ones’ trust. The country is facing the slump of investments, including those made by Tbilisi’s trade partners. Ministry of Economy does not see anything wrong in the invested means withdrawal, attributing it to the environment unstableness. However, this notion logically fits in with the general economic context characterized by strong investment downturn. In the opinion of many experts, the reason lies in the constant talks about the war and Saakashvili’s arming policy.
Tbilisi getting ready to stab in the back?
Many subversive and terrorist groups are being trained in the territory of Georgia. They are expected to make subversions in the territory of South Ossetia and Russia. This has been stated by Tskhinval, while Tbilisi asserts that the armed provocations on the part of Saakashvili’s regime are out of the question.
Pilot Saakashvili ready for flight!
Mikheil Saakashvili has been so deeply absorbed in playing with his liberal economy that he missed the moment when Georgia’s civil aviation became a candidate to the European Union’s “black list”. This situation may jeopardize signature of the European Common Aviation Area treaty, as the president was told directly by minister of economy and sustainable development Vera Kobalia. Knowing how much the lady wants to join the EU, Saakashvili ordered immediate stiffening of air security standards.
Saakashvili’s teammates pushed to opposition
Georgian mass media keep rumoring on the change of favorites in Mikheil Saakashvili’s entourage. According to the press, Giga Bokeria, first deputy FM and ideologist of the ruling National Movement might join the opposition in protest to recent amendments to the country’s constitution that reinforce the authority of current PM Nika Gilauri. However, Gilauri’s position is not at all stable – there are two candidates for his post, as local tabloids write.
Copyright © 2017. GeorgiaTimes.info - News: Georgia today. All Rights Reserved. firstname.lastname@example.org