Saturday, 25 March 2017
Archive by 2010-09-07
Thousands of Georgians can be deported from Poland 2010-09-07 18:50 Kavtaradze explained that most of Georgian origins staying in camps are illegal migrants trying to get asylum in Poland.
Analklia port to pass in another category 2010-09-07 17:59 And in the future in its scale it could be compared to ports of Rotterdam, Singapore and Shanghai. The primary aim is to connect China and Europe.
Officer’s death won’t make Saakashvili withdraw troops from Afghanistan 2010-09-07 17:28 "We, as the partner country, took certain obligations. Unlike European countries, we are very close to Afghanistan. Staying of our heroes, our soldiers in Afghanistan, in the first line serves the national interests of Georgia,” the Foreign Minister stated.
Saakashvili “hides” wounded Georgians in Afghanistan 2010-09-07 16:22 After publication of reasons of death and serious injury of two Georgian military opponents of Saakashvili regime see as necessary to claim of concealing more information of this kind by the President. Opposition members added they have proofs of more incidents. One of them – of the 26-year old Mamuka Javakhishvili, who in result lost eyesight.
Foreign Ministry of Georgia: Rice planned no official meetings 2010-09-07 15:32 According to Nino Kalandadze, the deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, the ex-Secretary of State of the U.S. paid a commercial visit in the framework of world leaders’ tour.
USA continues blockade of Cuba 2010-09-07 15:04 Cuba sees American embargo as act of genocide of Cuba's people.
Envoys from all over the world come to Tbilisi 2010-09-07 13:22 The ambassadors will meet with representatives of the government of Georgia. Among participants: OSCE Secretary General Marc Perrin de Brichambaut; Foreign Minister of Finland Alexander Stubb, his Estonian counterpart Urmas Paet.
Rice flew away from Georgia because of poor welcome 2010-09-07 12:33 In Batumi airport none of the officials, including President Mikheil Saakashvili, met her.
The Financial Times “hired” a Georgian journalist 2010-09-07 11:55 She won a week of in-depth training in the famous media in ‘Born in 89’ contest, started one year ago among youth of the ex-Socialist camp countries on the initiative of the EBRD [European Bank for Reconstruction and Development].
Obama to talk to NATO Secretary General 2010-09-07 11:27 The sides will discuss the role of the Alliance in promoting interests of the USA in Europe and outside it, including cooperation in Afghanistan.
Acting President of Moldova wants to get rid of the parliament 2010-09-07 10:58 Mihai Gimpu, they acting President of Moldova, intends to dissolve the parliament of the country.
Gazprom may ruin Tbilisi’s elation
The British Petroleum company keeps “losing weight” by selling out its property to eliminate the consequences of oil dumping in the Gulf of Mexico. Now it’s the turn of Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline operated by the British group of companies. Gazprom has long been interested in acquiring assets in Azerbaijan, so even the Russian Federation government promised to promote the conclusion of possible transactions in every way. Can you hear the yelling? It comes from Tbilisi, which recently almost had to part with the cross-country gas pipeline and may now also lose profitable contracts on Caspian oil pumping.
“Rtveli at the barrel” special operation
Autumn in Georgia is a blessed period of gathering grapes, or Rtveli. This year’s battle for harvest is not a pastoral romance with the police forcing wine producers to buy amber berries from farmers at a sacrifice under penalty of administrative punishment. Voice of America radio nicknames such measures “Rtveli-2010 Special Operation”.
Abkhazia gives Georgia a chance
Abkhazia claims to be ready for dialogue with Georgia after sound peace is established in Caucasus, as it is believed in Sukhum. Abkhaz PM Sergey Shamba stated that relations with Tbilisi must be set up. Still, he thinks, it’s premature to discuss it as long as Sakartvelo pursues its territorial claims. A non-aggression treaty would be the answer to all questions. But will Georgia agree?2010-09-07 14:29
Thoughts about guerilla warfare brought Tbilisi to terrorism camps
Apprehensions about a whole network of special camps on militants training being created with the active participation of Mikheil Saakashvili’s regime have been voiced for a long time. If Tbilisi ignores the latest signals coming from Moscow and rejects the issue in its customary manner, the outcome of the situation may be sad for Georgian political elite.
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