Sunday, 23 October 2016
Archive by 2010-09-23
Lithuania again flattered Tbilisi 2010-09-23 19:02 “Georgian issue must be considered in wider context of European security, more attention must be paid to it,” Lithuanian Foreign Minister said.
Vera Kobalia decided to play Spiderwoman 2010-09-23 18:03 In the fourth quarter she expects investments from the USA, Great Britain, the UAE. The plan of conquering the world also includes Asia.
Love for coffee is cultivated in Georgians 2010-09-23 16:37 Tomorrow the organizers plan to visit an old people’s home to present the poor some amount of coffee.
Ministry of Environment of Georgia: Sochi Olympics are a threat 2010-09-23 15:35 According to their prognosis, soon it will cause the washing-off of the coastal zone and degradation of the beaches, creation of problematic areas and the aggravation of the existing ones.
Saakashvili’s only achievement is a slight weight loss 2010-09-23 14:54 As for the changes in Georgia, they are the merit of the Georgian people and reforms, Saakashvili explained.
Georgia to tell London what it was doing in the year when Titanic sunk 2010-09-23 13:34 Today in London Life Through Cinema festival opens.
Saakashvili thinks size doesn’t matter 2010-09-23 12:57 Saaskshvili noted that a big government is good, but may cause blocking of some issues.
Alexander Rahr: USA uses Georgia to exert pressure on Iran 2010-09-23 12:06 "They [Americans] are aimed at deterrence of Iran and just turned to the South,” the expert suggested.
Georgia pledges allegiance to Armenia 2010-09-23 11:06 Baramidze added that both Georgia and Armenia are interested in peace, stability, and economic prosperity in Caucasus.
Canada produces bride-ministers and takes unwanted ladies away
Head of the Teachers and Scientists Free Trade Union Manana Gurchumelidze is seeking political asylum in Canada. The business-minded Georgian kal-batono could not stand the authorities’ pressure. There will be no promised multi-thousand meetings of the dismissed teachers. The trade union has run out of means of living. Dmitry Shashkin, minister “for reduction in the educational field”, can be congratulated with a victory over his opponents.
China didn’t let the Georgian with a flag to Himalayas
The feast of friendship and fortitude, which the international alpinist expedition to the world top, the magnificent Himalayas, was expected to become, has turned into an unforeseen and utterly humiliating embarrassment for one of the participants, Georgian parliamentarian Gia Tortladze. Chinese authorities denied visa to the experienced sportsman who has more than once conquered the peak of the Earth, Chomolungma. They explained it by the fact that the 50-year-old alpinist had no diplomatic passport on him.
Tbilisi pointed to jail
International observers take potshot at Georgia on their new tour around the country. Early in February members of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment visited a number of penitentiary facilities of Sakartvelo seeing the life of prisoners and their guards. After that they left for their bright European towns and wrote a report on obstacles that stop Georgia’s unripe democracy from making it smoothly to an ideal civil society.2010-09-23 16:10
European way to deceive Saakashvili
Georgia keeps knocking on Europe’s door. At times there is an impression that Sakartvelo’s integration into the European Union is Mikheil Saakashvili’s idée fixe. However, Brussels is trying to avoid Tbilisi’s friendly hugs: the republic has not gained all benefits from the Eastern Partnership initiative. Intangible facilitation of visa regime is suggested as a consolation prize and a readmission agreement as a “bonus”.
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