Thursday, 27 October 2016
Archive by 2010-10-11
Georgian Parliament doesn’t consider what Venice Commission says 2010-10-11 18:41 Mikheil Machavariani, the first Vice Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, stated MPs wouldn’t wait for recommendations of the Venice Commission on amending the Constitution.
Climate Week to be held in Georgia 2010-10-11 18:39 It’s dated to the International Day of Climate Action, celebrated on October 24th.
Want a weather forecast? Pay! 2010-10-11 16:37 From now on only most general data and information about emergency situations will be available for free.
World is feeding Georgia 2010-10-11 15:46 At the present moment Georgia has enough grain to live to end November.
Georgia is egoistic in its diplomacy 2010-10-11 15:02 “Meetings will be mostly held in the Foreign Ministry of Georgia, where all the issues, interesting for the Georgian side, will be discussed,” the deputy Minister said.
Georgia will start a war against Afghanistan – Shevardnadze’s prediction 2010-10-11 13:15 Shevardnadze stated Georgia must withdraw its contingent from Afghanistan, and renounce possible transit of military cargoes across via its territory.
Gilauri disclaimed own words on desire to see Russia in WTO 2010-10-11 12:15 He specified that Mr. Gilauri meant Georgia would agree with Russia’s joining WTO only with condition of Russia’s respect for WTO rules.
Georgia to continue erasing memory about the USSR 2010-10-11 11:27 The Charter of Freedom includes the law on disclosure of personal files and the Patriotic Act. The joint draft regulates issues of information on financial operations and transaction of significant sums, registration of ex-employees of USSR special forces, controlling security in places of mass gathering.
It’s time Kobalia opened the money-box
According to the information provided by the country’s National Bank, Georgia’s net international investment position is negative. For instance, by the end of quarter II of this year, it was minus 11,4 billion dollars, which by 5,5 percent exceeds the last-year figure and is by 1,7 percent greater than in quarter I of this year. If, considering the situation, direct investors and Mikheil Saakashvili do not string up Veronika Kobalia on economical gibbet, then, she must have been born under a lucky star.
Georgia-Estonia: memorandum on idiocy
A delegation of Estonian parliamentarians was greeted yesterday in Georgia on their way to sign a memorandum on cooperation in regional self-administration and infrastructure. The guests from Tallinn also plan to study Sakartvelo’s experience in high-altitude area management. Upon signature of the bilateral document Georgian minister for regional development and infrastructure Ramaz Nikolashvili stated that Estonia’s experience in local self-administration and development of infrastructure is important to Georgia too.
Hillary feeding Georgia with strategic promises
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton goes on encouraging Georgia. After her approving statements about support of Sakartvelo’s sovereignty and “territorial integrity” she promised to assist in realization of a strategy regarding the “occupied territories”. The prospect of the implementation of this document was discussed by GeorgiaTimes correspondent with Foreign Minister of Abkhazia Maxim Gvindzhia.2010-10-11 20:17
Americans tell Gilauri to let Russia into WTO
Georgian PM Nika Gilauri decided to create a missionary image of his country. As it turns out, official Tbilisi’s task is to help Russia. The main stage in the RF’s joining the world of civilized states, as head of Sakartvelo’s cabinet believes, is Russia’s entry into WTO to which Georgia kindly assents. It is evident still that Gelauri’s words are meant for internal use only.
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