Saturday, 21 January 2017
Archive by 2010-09-20
Mishiko is the most popular Georgian in the world 2010-09-20 18:38 586 respondents participated in the survey.
Medvedev congratulated Kokoyty republic’s anniversary 2010-09-20 18:06 The telegram says residents of South Ossetia did a lot for free and independent development of the country.
EUMM head replaced the deputy 2010-09-20 16:58 He replaces General Gilles Janvier who leaves the Mission after two years.
Georgia thinks Russia became the USSR 2010-09-20 15:58 This statement is a comment to the words of Herve Morin, the Minister of Defense of France. In his view, sale of Mistral helicopter-carrier won’t affect the balance of forces between Russia and Georgia tangibly. Besides, he’s sure the purchase won’t put Georgia’s security under threat, as Russia isn’t the USSR and therefore emits no threat.
Brad Pitt to play in a Georgian movie about queen Tamar 2010-09-20 15:03 It’s reported that American producers showed interest’s in connections of the Georgian state with Islam world in the times of Queen Tamar [border of 12th-13th cc]. Tamar is considered one of the most effective rulers the country ever known.
Ahmadinejad to visit Baku 2010-09-20 13:21 The embassy of Iran to Azerbaijan confirms the message yet doesn’t name the exact data of the visit.
Ministry of Defense conceals number of wounded in Afghanistan 2010-09-20 12:42 The data are kept secret to avoid public dissatisfaction with participation of Georgian peacemakers in this operation.
Austrian air company disappeared from Georgian sky 2010-09-20 12:03 The company urges the passengers, who booked tickets for November, re-book them in other companies.
A dirty country with a clean reputation
To develop tourism, Georgian government is ready for global deception: create an image of an environmentally pristine country. Most of the sunny Sakartvelo’s guests generally coming from the CIS countries are impressed by the absolute beauty of the local nature. Still, local ecologists know perfectly well that in reality, their motherland is not that clean as it may seem in the first face and that marketing ploys might be quite useful today.
Armenians and Azerbaijani dread discrimination in Georgia
A fierce discontent over Saakashvili regime’s nationalities policy was simultaneously expressed by representatives of Armenia and Azerbaijan, two countries whose nations disagree even on the side where the sun rises. Kyamran Ramazanly of the Center for Research in Caucasus was the first to accuse Tbilisi of discriminating the Azerbaijani population followed by Shirak Torosyan, an Armenian parliament deputy stating that the Georgian authorities are pursuing a policy aimed at expulsion and alienation of Armenian natives from the territory of the country.
Vashadze haunted by Abkhaz skies
The break taken this week by Georgian foreign policy administration is over. Main diplomat of the country Grigol Vashadze has mounted the rostrum to deliver more anti-Russian rhetoric. He said that Georgian authorities would resist the realization of the Russian and Abkhaz governments’ plans on setting up regular flight connection between Moscow and Sukhum. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed Tbilisi’s claims with the Abkhaz Foreign Minister Maxim Gvindzhia.2010-09-20 16:55
Gamsakhurdia – Georgia’s suicidal pioneer?
Georgia is all of a quiver: it turns out that Georgia’s first president Zviad Gamsakhurdia laid hands on himself! At least, this is what Robinson Margvelani, head of his personal security service states. He has already given related evidence in an interview for the parliamentary commission investigating into reasons of the Georgian former leader’s death. No wonder in the run-up to the parliamentary and presidential election all interested parties are ready for all kinds of games including active discussion of the life and death of the person who took control of the brand-new sovereign state.
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