Friday, 28 April 2017
Archive by 2010-09-03
British viewers to see classic of Georgian cinema 2010-09-03 19:59 Premieres of three Georgian movies will be held in the framework of the event. Films, shot in first decades of the 20th century will also be shown.
Lithuania and Georgia to do business 2010-09-03 17:52 "Our political cooperation is developing at the top level, but we would wish for deeper relations. Therefore with the private sector we’ll have interesting meetings, we’ll acquaint them with economic realities of Georgia and invite to the country to let them continue business in Georgia,” Gilauri stated.
State property in Caucasus to become less available? 2010-09-03 16:52 The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia counted the number of addresses from people, using the state property.
Eduard Shevardnadze yet has nothing to say to Mikhail Gorbachev 2010-09-03 16:01 The ex-President of the USSR arrives in Georgia in the course of World Leaders Travel on September 6th. His relations with the ex-President of Georgia started when he invited Shevardnadze to occupy the position of the Foreign Minister of the USSR.
Gilauri: Georgia will have more grain than needed 2010-09-03 15:36 Nika Gilauri, the PM of Georgia, announced he received agreement of Lithuanian authorities for grain supplies.
Belarusian liberal democrats for recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia 2010-09-03 14:46 The due letter, signed by N.T. Gololobova, the spokesperson of the party, received Alexey Kazak, the chairman of the Russian trade union of students.
Medvedev and Aliyev signed an agreement on state border 2010-09-03 14:09 The agreement registers the line of the state border from the junction of the state borders of Russia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, to the Caspian Sea.
EU to share sky with Georgia 2010-09-03 12:43 Today the process of negotiations is watched by ICAO [International Civil Aviation Organization]. According to Vera Kobalia, the Minister of Economy of Georgia, this will approach the republic to the long-awaited Europe to the maximum.
Aircraft of a steel tycoon crashed in California 2010-09-03 12:16 Yesterday at the coast of California Beech 65 Queen Air plane crashed. The wreck killed at least 3, one of them, possibly, the head of Borrmann's Steel Co, Bob Borrman, aged over 90.
Sweden showed interest in Georgian army 2010-09-03 11:37 Stockholm allocates EUR 100 000 for these purposes. Special attention will be paid to working out military doctrine and army reform.
Saakashvili can appear to be a pseudo-pilot 2010-09-03 11:13 More and more scandalous rumours spread around Mikheil Saakashvili’s recent flight in Cessna.
Georgians driven to suicide
Despair and loneliness plus weakening religious faith and material problems account for the rise in Georgia’s suicide rate. Six years ago, in the early days of Mikheil Saakashvili's presidency the country was proud of its zest for life. Today’s despondency of Sakartvelo citizens is evident.
Saakashvili knew what he was doing
South Ossetia hopes the world community will recognize the fact of ethnic cleansing of Ossetians on the part of Georgia in 2008. Such opinion was voiced by First Secretary of the republic’s Embassy to Russian Federation Irina Kochieva. She admitted that the South-Ossetian side would insist upon an investigation to confirm the facts coming within the scope of a definition of genocide. Still, some people think that the status of an oppressed national minority can be obtained only through the recognition of statehood.
Georgia has found an economic pretext why Russian C-300 air defense missile systems were deployed in Abkhazia. As some Tbilisi newspapers believe Moscow is demonstrating its military power in South Caucasus in order to scare investors and tourists away from Sakartvelo. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed the false rise in economic risks with Segey Demidenko, expert at the Institute of Strategic Analysis and Evaluations.2010-09-03 20:02
Georgia isn’t armed but is still dangerous
Georgian authorities are trying to attract RF citizens to their country. Judging by the statements made in Tbilisi, guests from 1/6th part of land have got nothing to expect but a lavishly set table and the strikingly beautiful mountain views. It looks like Georgia is sure that the speeches about hospitality and kindliness will erase the two-year-old events from Russians’ memory.
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