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Archive by 2010-10-06
Parliament of Georgia is waiting for no strike 2010-10-06 18:45 Lat year GEL 774 mln [USD 430 mln] were allocated, in 2008 – GEL 868 mln [USD 482 mln].
Afghan farmers shared the fate of NATO military - died 2010-10-06 18:14 Trucks with grenades, as well as farmers, driving them, were blown up by a landmine.
Ukraine renounced membership in the EU 2010-10-06 17:53 Only 61 out of 302 voted for the draft On Submitting Application for Membership in the European Union. Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc fraction again left the chamber as a protest.
Citizen of Finland to solve the case of first president’s of Georgia death 2010-10-06 17:22 The first president of Georgia died in December 1993. The Prosecutor’s Office still can’t decide was it a suicide or a murder.
Tbilisi believes in PACE 2010-10-06 16:35 Petre Tsiskarishvili, the head of Georgian parliamentary delegation to PACE added the Russian delegation “failed” to close the dossier on August 2008 events.
Okruashvili left own party 2010-10-06 15:51 No official messages on the reason have appeared yet, but it can be connected with establishment of a new political union.
Patrushev sees threat for Russia abroad 2010-10-06 15:11 According to Patrushev, now no-one in the world denies threats for Russia are formed abroad. He called the states where bases of anti-Russian terrorist can be located: Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Armenia and Azerbaijan at PACE negotiating table 2010-10-06 13:28 According to Samed Seidov, the head of Azerbaijanian delegation to PACE, the sides agreed to continue meetings in the framework of the assembly. Next talk will be held on October 7th.
Georgian opposition is afraid of rivalry 2010-10-06 12:43 “But if they are ready for negotiations with authorities on the Electoral Code, they must be able to come to such sittings, where the voice of the people is crucial,” Eka Beselia, one of the opposition leaders.
Poles to remain in Afghanistan 2010-10-06 12:10 Polish peacemakers will remain in Afghanistan to April 13th 2011.
Georgia has nothing to do with Stalin – Saakashvili 2010-10-06 11:32 The president of Georgia reminded the demolition of Stalin monument in Gori. According to Saakashvili, this event was hardly noticed in the country.
Kobalia playing planes
Minister of Economy and Sustained Development of Georgia Veronika Kobalia has long been saying that the air transportation field needs reforming. Many people are sure that her administration has turned into a ministry of permanent mishaps as soon as she settled in an official’s armchair. As for Vera, she seems to pay no attention to the criticism, continuing to voice the top-priority directions of the Georgian economy. Her next first-rate idea is attracting the small-budget air companies to the skies of Sakartvelo.
Zurab Tsereteli is again welcome in his native country
Zurab Tsereteli’s numerous sculptures set up in Moscow might be sent to his native country. Unlike in Russia, the bronze-and-stone master is held in respect in Georgia, though the rewards he has received from the hands of the Russian president in these two years have marred his image significantly in the nationalistic-minded circles. The situation was instantly improved by resignation of Mayor of the Russian capital Yuri Luzhkov, Tsereteli’s patron. The accountable media are posing the sculptor as a chased dissident.
Georgia falls aboard on Afghan issue
Mishiko keeps toadying to the West. During NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen’s visit Saakashvili repeated his suggestion to use Georgia as a transshipment point for military cargos to Afghanistan. Tbilisi made this proposal half a year ago but US strategists shelved the idea, as it seemed. What will happen this time?2010-10-06 17:47
No Saakashvili – one trouble less to Obama
On October 5 the closing session on US-Georgia strategic charter was started in Washington. As deputy Georgian FM Nino Kalandadze stated, during the talks the Georgian and US sides will focus on cooperation in four spheres: democracy, trade, economy and relations between people. With all due respect to representatives of official Tbilisi that were given a chance to stay in Washington for a week, there is an impression that the above mentioned subjects under the strategic charter will be discussed one-sidedly. To have a full-scale discussion of all these spheres the Georgian delegation must be much broader.
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