Monday, 20 February 2017
Archive by 2010-09-27
Saakashvili wasn’t ready for a fail in South Ossetia – expert 2010-09-27 18:53 According to the expert, the primary reasons of the failure were poor training of commanders and soldiers.
Saakashvili is tired of gibes about his tie 2010-09-27 18:24 Yet he didn’t explain why he was chewing own piece of clothes.
Asia to allocate Georgia USD 100 mln for 15 years 2010-09-27 17:20 Previously Georgia was allocated USD 70 mln and USD 80 mln credits – for struggling against the global crisis.
Georgian credits are the most expensive in Europe 2010-09-27 16:29 “In Russia interest rates have already decreased to 8%, in Armenia – to 12%, but they have such flexible conditions that rate drops to 8.8%. But credit policy of Georgian banks can’t be called flexible,” Narmamedov said.
Saakashvili called Putin a “bad boy” 2010-09-27 15:18 Yet with all his negative attitude to the Russian authorities and the ruling tandem, he claimed ready to start negotiations with Moscow without any pre-requisites. Though he has quite reasonable doubts he will be invited to the Russian capital.
Georgian president lives on USD 4 500 2010-09-27 13:44 Saakashvili also shared what types of aircrafts he prefers. It turned out he likes usual airplanes, but not first class.
Obama has no desire to talk to Saakashvili 2010-09-27 13:22 “World community supports Georgia, but mandate of trust to Saakashvili equals zero, - Nino Burjanadze, the opposition leader, noted. – On political arena he failed.”
Turkey vows friendship with the USA 2010-09-27 12:52 The president of Turkey added the first sitting on strategic and economic cooperation between the two countries will be held on October 19th in the U.S. capital.
15 Ukrainians captured by pirates 2010-09-27 12:13 Other pirates’ hostages are crew 15 citizens of Georgia and Turkey – the crew of MV OLIB G vessel, flying the flag of Malta.
Russia saved people of South Ossetia from extermination 2010-09-27 11:37 After being recognized by Russia the republic got an opportunity to build peaceful life, stated Kirill Tanayev, the Russian political scientist.
Georgia: make way for NII CHAVO!
If Kristobal Khozevitch Khunta (a Russian literary character) were a real, not an imaginary character and if he were already dead by now, having grown tired of life, he would turn over in his grave. Indeed, the former Great Inquisitor heading the Department of Meaning of Life at the Research and Development Institute of Witchery and Magic so well-known in the USSR couldn’t help turning over when an institute similar to NII CHAVO (in Russian, R&D of Witchery and Magic) is practically being established in Georgia by the spiritual heirs and followers of Professor Vybegallo.
Kobalia to raise a billion and hand it around by one lari notes
Georgia’s minister of economy and sustainable development Veronika Kobalia is seeking a way back to the list of public favorites. As we know, neither her blue eyes, nor perfect English convince Georgian citizens that she deserves the right to represent her authority in government. Grieving hard, the young “economist” made up her mind not to give up: now she promises to bring a billion dollars to the country. It’s not a problem for her to get this money. One might ask how she will get it. Will she attach it to the underwear like post-perestroika shuttle traders did or will she enter the South Caucasian republic on a white goat with the jackpot fastened to its back?
Saakashvili: a benefit performance
Today, Mikheil Saakashvili got an opportunity to speak from the UN rostrum. It evidently took the Georgian leader much time and effort to prepare for his speech. Mishiko honestly tried to position himself as the main strategist in the South Caucasus by presenting the model of a peaceful and united Caucasus to the world. However, the role of a peacemaker failed, for he could not help delivering an ultimatum. Saakashvili suggested that Moscow should join regional modernization, having made a comic threat that in case of refusal, the transformation will go on without Russia’s participation.2010-09-27 18:46
Dr. Goebbels’ ideological offspring and his American show
The head of the Georgian state is back to what he does better than trying to reform Georgia’s unsound economy: bragging about and tattling. New fairy tales were heard from the stand of the UN General Assembly unfortunate to become Mikheil Saakashvili’s propaganda trumpet. As usual, his speech was meant to make history in the demagogical science. Still, there was nothing new in what he was saying. Well, at least he didn’t start asking alms – what progress!
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