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Archive by 2010-10-12
MPs and Ministers to discuss budget 2010-10-12 19:20 Representatives of opposition have already expressed their protest against the Prime Minister’s making decisions on allocation of means for various programs.
Tsiklauri: Tbilisi is the center of one Caucasus 2010-10-12 18:20 Yesterday Nino Kalandzdze, the deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, announced Tbilisi’s plans to grant residents of North Caucasian republics right for visa-free entrance to Georgia.
Warmth of Georgian heaters to be presented in China 2010-10-12 17:09 Appliances, manufactured in Kutaisi, are intended for export only.
Georgia is moderately hungry 2010-10-12 15:55 Nowadays over 1 bn people in the world are undernourished.
Tbilisi waits for Somali pirates to lapse into silence 2010-10-12 15:21 The special operation would be possible only when pirates would stop keeping up dialog. The press speaker added the president keeps his finger on the pulse and receives information from the Foreign Ministry daily.
Global crisis skirted Azerbaijan 2010-10-12 14:00 It's reflected in high tempos of economic growth and allows planning expansion of budget-2011 expenditures by 5 per cent.
Anthrax reached Georgia 2010-10-12 13:13 Nevertheless, doctors are sure there is no anthrax epidemic in the republic, only separate cases.
NATO helicopter exploded in Afghanistan 2010-10-12 12:39 The incident occurred in the East of Afghanistan. The helicopter exploded right after landing. Investigation will reveal the causes of the blast.
NATO inspects Georgia 2010-10-12 11:56 Basing on the Commission’s conclusions, decision on format of the further cooperation with Georgia will be made at the upcoming summit in Lisbon.
Okruashvili founded a new party 2010-10-12 11:15 Previously he quitted Movement for United Georgia he headed.
Somali pirates don’t release Georgian sailors 2010-10-12 10:33 "The latest figure, called by the captors as a ransom, was USD 15 mln, and so far pirates agree to no other conditions", said Sergo Devadze, the father of one of the hostages. The man added he had sent letters to the president, Speaker, Foreign Minister, the Patriarch of Georgia.
“Russian trace” left by strangers
Abkhazia is one of the few states where representatives of different religions live in peace. Christians, Muslins or adepts of mysterious “Abkhaz” faith live in harmony with each other, celebrating all holidays at one common table by southern tradition and not dividing neighbors into friends and foes. This blessed living is enviable to other Caucasian republics that regularly face religious clashes, as well as Europe and the Middle East where this kind of squabbling is not a rarity.
Georgia infected with privatization virus
Sakartvelo government comes up with an overwhelming initiative to liquidate enterprises co-owned by the state. Giya Khuroshvili, secretary to parliament, stated that the country has a task to cut its stake leaving only strategic facilities under the government’s control. The novelty suggested by Mikheil Saakashvili’s administration has a vivid reference to Russia with PM Vladimir Putin’s recent statement on the second wave of privatization.
“Reload” with Caucasian accent
US State Secretary Hillary Clinton’s latest statements about supporting Georgia were taken by experts differently. Most analysts assert that the promises made by the head of the state department are rather formal and are aimed at calming down Tbilisi in the context of the gradual approach of Moscow and Washington’s positions. However, other people regard the words of the state secretary as the possible loosening of the nonofficial embargo on selling weapon to Georgia imposed after the well-known August 2008.2010-10-12 18:26
Tbilisi is backing down
A series called “Georgia’s WTO passions” may soon spot the legendary Santa Barbara several points in its duration and dramatic appearance. This “season”, there is a new hero in the foreground – head of the Georgian Cabinet Nika Gilauri. As a person number one should, Prime Minister of Sakartvelo tried to be on time everywhere: last week, his fiery speeches about Georgia’s position concerning Russia’s entrance in the World Trade Organization were heard from every rooftop. However, each time Gilauri seemed to be more and more drifted from reality.
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