Monday, 27 March 2017
Archive by 2010-10-05
Saakashvili to pay extra for knowledge of English 2010-10-05 18:31 The spokesperson explained the exams would take place in February-March 2011. Those, who would pass them, would be granted 200 lari [USD 110] increment.
Tbilisi doesn’t promise Sokhumi and Tskhinval peace 2010-10-05 16:59 At the same time, according to the data of the Georgian side, Abkhazia and South Ossetia intend to raise the issue of signing a non-aggression agreement with Georgia at the upcoming Geneva Talks in midOctober.
Georgia blackmails Russia with joining WTO 2010-10-05 15:54 Demands are the same: the joint [with Russian forces checkpoint at Psou river in Abkhazia and by Roki tunnel in South Ossetia], admission of Georgian products to the Russian market. And, surely, the issue of territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
In Florida African American attacked six men and shot himself 2010-10-05 13:15 It turned out that Clifford Miller-jr had been suffering from a mental disorder in recent time. He chose his victims deliberately. He planned to murder not only his father, but also an acquaintance, living about 6.5 kilometers away from his house. All the aggrieved are men.
In interview to Russian socialite Saakashvili overstated his salary 2010-10-05 11:38 Official salary of the Georgian leader amounts 2 600 dollars, but in the interview to Russian socialite Sobchak he said he’s paid USD 4 500.
Ukraine asks Russia to support its Olympic aspirations 2010-10-05 11:10 According to Yanukovich, Ukraine is very interested in issues of holding large-scale international events in the territory of both states.
Saakashvili revealed a family secret of Foreign Minister 2010-10-05 10:42 According to the head of state, in 1988 Vashadze, these times a young and promising diplomat, was banished from Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs “because at the party assembly he stood up and told Gorbachev everything he thought about the future of the Soviet Union”.
Are Georgian tax officers bloodsuckers?
Unexpected appeals have been made by French and Azerbaijani ambassadors to Georgia who told about the biased attitude towards foreign business and unexpected tax inspections performed by Revenue Service of the Caucasian republic. Besides, it was the companies themselves that voiced the problems to the diplomats, asserting that they were “humiliated” in the form of total tax persecution. It is, however, unknown whether the inspectors have detected any violations in the activities of Azerbaijani and French companies but still the incident left a gall in the minds.
No cross over Georgia
A crying icon is a sad miracle. It is high time that Saint Nina, illuminator of Georgia equal to the apostles who brought a miraculous cross from vine branches to the country cry with bloody tears over Georgia. Could she ever have thought that Georgia - one of the three domains of Virgin Mary, where Andrey the First-Called preached and Apostles Simon Kananit and Matfiy are buried – will have the orthodox cross turned into a political one by some local figures? The sign of common salvation for Christian nations is derogatively named “a provocation” and “a piece of iron”…
Scanty budget = aerial ambitions
Georgia will have to last on four billion dollars for a whole year – that’s the amount the republic’s costs must fit in. Tbilisi owes approximately the same amount to international creditors. Now Sakartvelo authorities are saying that the top priorities of the budget financing will be health care, economy, construction and social sphere. Will the declared means be enough for that?2010-10-05 15:13
Uninvited guest better than Vashadze
Grigol Vashadze’s visit is just another chance to compare Tbilisi’s foreign policy with the behavior of a delinquent child who yells “Vasya is a fool” insulting Vasya’s parents and then begging them all for forgiveness. The same is true for Georgian FM: realizing what resentment his statement on the Russian military base in Gyumri stirred in Yerevan, he went to the capital of Armenia with the “peace pipe”.
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