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Archive by 2010-09-06
U.S. Congress doesn’t support Mikheil Saakashvili 2010-09-06 18:12 "Congressmen expressed support. They support not certain leaders but development of democracy and security of the country,” Shartava said.
Best minds of mankind to gather in Courtyard Marriott 2010-09-06 17:11 The 19th conference will be held in Courtyard Marriott hotel in Tbilisi. 160 people from 39 countries will participate in it in 3-day regime. These are representatives of the government of Georgia, political parties, diplomatic corps accredited in Georgia.
Georgian juices are most loved in Germany 2010-09-06 16:09 The three countries consuming most juice from Georgia are Germany, Turkey, and Greece.
One third of Georgia’s residents dislike Kobalia – survey 2010-09-06 15:39 32.4 per cent would agree with her dismissal.
OSCE Secretary General arrives in Tbilisi 2010-09-06 14:53 Marc Perrin de Brichambaut will be accompanied by Foreign Ministers of Finland and Estonia: Alexander Stubb and Urmas Paet respectively.
Saakashvili’s opponents want to see Gorbachev in prison 2010-09-06 12:58 "If Gorbachev intends to arrive in Georgia it means the authorities of our country consist of Russian agents,” Nodar Notadze, the chairman of the People’s Front said.
America expressed condolences over incidents in Afghanistan 2010-09-06 12:32 They are connected with death of Lieutenant Mukran Shukvani and serious wound of Corporal Alik Gitolendia, who lost both legs.
Rice ran away from Georgia 2010-09-06 12:06 Condoleezza Rice, the ex-U.S. Secretary of State suddenly departed from Batumi airport in Georgia for Ireland, though according to the program of the visit, must have arrived in Tbilisi to meet with Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia.
U.S. Congress to “dine” with Mikheil Saakashvili 2010-09-06 11:47 Today the delegation of the Chamber of Representatives of the U.S. Congress, headed by Jim Marshall [Democrat] will visit Georgia today.
French embassy employee found dead in Tbilisi 2010-09-06 11:17 According to the diplomat’s neighbours, on Friday she called the emergency, but doctors didn’t find taking the 50-year old foreigner in hospital necessary.
Mikhail Gorbachev decided not to go to Caucasus 2010-09-06 10:54 According to previous messages, ex-U.S. Secretary of Defense William J.Perry; ex-U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will arrive. The participation of the ex-President of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev isn’t confirmed.
Housekeepers and candidates to get the kick from Georgian government
Press service of the Georgian government denies rumors about the coming personnel reshuffles. However, the assumption of resignations did not spring out of nothing. Judging by the unstable social background, the president of the country will soon have to look for scapegoats for high inflation and persecution of emigrants and tradesmen. It is yet unclear whether Prime Minister Nika Gilauri will be selected for this role but he is obviously unwilling to face the music. It is notable that he escaped from Georgian to Lithuania, having ignored the meeting of the Anti-crisis Council for Refugees.
Union of has-beens on its way to Tbilisi
Tbilisi is full of joy getting ready for the visit of US former Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice accompanied by Mikhail Gorbachyev next week. It is unknown if the capital is happy to greet ex president of the USSR but one thing is certain: Georgia looks forward to meeting Mrs Rice. Her execution of civil duty for the United States aimed at the country’s foreign policy restructuring was so delirious that it is hard not to notice: she and Mikheil Saakashvili will have a lot to discuss in private.
All joys of tourism in Georgia: from diarrhea to death
The Georgian president has set a hardly feasible task before his subordinates: to ensure a 5-fold increase in the tourist flow over 5 years. To accomplish this, the government will have to press both the hotel businesses and foreign embassies: this summer France, England, Australia, Germany and even the USA, Georgia’s strategic partner, issued such recommendations for those who want to visit Georgia that any desire to come to this country immediately disappears.
Saakashvili may pay for refugees
The recent story with the expulsion of Abkhaz and South-Ossetian refugees from Tbilisi may backfire on Saakashvili’s regime in the international arena. According to the local media, Georgian partner-countries may “cut short” the republic’s tranche of 23 million euros to be spent on reconstruction after the 2008 five-day war. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed with the experts Mikheil Nikolaevitch’s chances to be given the finger by the West.2010-09-06 18:57
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