Friday, 28 October 2016
Archive by 2010-10-01
Saakashvili is jealous of Berlusconi’s interest to Putin and accuses them of “intimate” relations 2010-10-01 18:48 According to the Georgian leader the fact Georgia survived after the war is the merit of the Georgian people and merit of the support the world community borrowed.
Osama bin Laden requests aid 2010-10-01 17:58 This time he even abstained from any intimidations, and it’s not typical of him.
15-year old killed her husband after marriage 2010-10-01 17:09 15-year Georgian from Poti lived with her spouse for only 2 weeks after marriage.
Berlusconi: we saved Saakashvili from gallows 2010-10-01 16:38 He added the interference of European mediators, in fact, saved the president of Georgia from “being hanged at the tallest tree” by Russian soldiers.
NATO office opened in Tbilisi 2010-10-01 15:13 Office was opened by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and State Minister for Reintegration of Georgia Giorgi Baramidze. At the ceremony they noted the office would play an important role in work of Georgia-NATO commission and implementation of annual plan on Georgia’s integration into Alliance.
USD 15 mln for 15 Georgians 2010-10-01 13:51 According to Georgian representatives of FRIO VENTURES, the owner company, pirates were offered USD 75 000/ now the sum was increased to USD 150 000, but captors still disagree.
NATO Secretary General “blessed” Georgian company to suicide 2010-10-01 13:02 Rasmussen assured Georgia participates in ISAF operation for its own benefit, demonstrating their adherence to democratic ideals, so much valued by Western countries.
Four more Georgians killed in Afghanistan 2010-10-01 12:05 Colonel Ramaz Gogiashvili, Sergeant David Tsetskheladze, Corporals Georgi Kolkhitashvili and Nugzar Kalandadze were blown up by a mine while performing their mission.
Saakashvili doesn’t want to be the Queen of Great Britain 2010-10-01 11:13 "Though this was advice on turning the president into the Queen of Great Britain, it’s inadmissible for us. It must not be allowed. The presidential institute cannot be weakened," he said.
Tbilisi ordered Tsinandali to hunt Russian tourists
While staying on a visit in Turkey, Prime Minister of Georgia Nika Gilauri started spouting ideas about killing two birds with one stone: strengthening economic ties with Ankara and making local people consume Sakartvelo wines. One of these days, Gilauri asserted that the wine products volume will make up 1 million litres. Besides, according to the prime minister, this sales market is primarily of interest to Russian tourists who frequent Turkish resorts and know the taste of the Georgian wine. However, Gilauri’s dreams are doomed to failure: Georgia managed to use the specified quota only for 40-60 thousand litres...
Georgian luck: catching the bluebird feather by feather
It’s not for nothing that the Georgians are made accustomed to the magic figure of one lari. As it turned out, such coin is able to ensure one’s well-being for twenty years. One has only got to know where to put this magic lari, for instance, into the slot of a gaming machine. On a summer evening of August 29, the precious lari was found in the pocket of a common Georgian unemployed. Irakly Zedgenidze could spend it on a loaf of bread or a kilo of potatoes. He could as well drink a bottle of lemonade or just make a call home on his cell phone asking to meet him...
Georgia in a borderline condition
Georgian authorities can’t help but mention the danger their freedom-loving motherland is facing as an unfortunate neighbor of the empire nurturing its militarist aspirations. The new surge in anti-Russian hysteria in Georgian society has been caused by demarcation between South Ossetia and Georgia. However, subsequent statements made by the country’s interior ministry show that Tbilisi, like any false witness, mixes up the evidence.2010-10-01 13:03
NATO’s office as a consolation prize to Tbilisi
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen is on his way to Georgia planning to meet the country’s leadership and inaugurate the North Atlantic alliance communications office supposed to manage contacts between Brussels and Tbilisi, as expected. In the meantime, the republic’s real links with the alliance leave much to be desired presently. Though Rasmussen recently told about “NATO’s door still open” for Georgia, neither the Georgian opposition nor President Mikheil Saakashvili see chances of prompt admission.
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