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Archive by 2010-10-29
Foreign Ministry official to help the arrested in Malaysia 2010-10-29 19:11 The two Georgian women were arrested and accused of transporting and selling drugs. One of them claimed to be an artist, but frames of her pictures were too heavy. Scanning revealed drugs inside.
Noghaideli met with Okruashvili 2010-10-29 18:07 "We have a close cooperation with Okruashvili and we constantly hold consultations. As for the way cooperation with Georgian Party will un further, it will be clear in the nearest future,” Noghaideli said.
Foreign Ministry of Georgia is tired of making silly statements 2010-10-29 16:53 Vashadze refused to comment the initiative of Moscow’s Mayor Sergey Sobyanin to grant Tskhinval all the real estate built in Moscow district.
Noghaideli got rid of Saakashvili’s “agents” 2010-10-29 15:52 "Inspection showed that Georgian authorities managed to plant their agents, and it seriously affected the result of elections,” the message says.
Georgian Foreign Ministry continues watching events in Malaysia closely 2010-10-29 15:01 Two women, citizens of Georgia, were detained and can be executed.
USA and Georgia to hold joint military maneuvers 2010-10-29 13:43 The aims of the trainings are identification of demands to infrastructure, humanitarian and civil aid, working out the plan for controlling the trainings, demands for trainings’ scenario events, draft of the assessment plan, one list of participants.
Georgian MP to monitor elections in the USA 2010-10-29 12:42 Elections will be held on November 2nd.
Pentagon spent 27 bn on intelligence 2010-10-29 12:08 The published data say the total budget of American intelligence amounts USD 80 bn, and it’s 1.5 times the budget of the U.S. Department of State.
Georgia thinks about civil defense 2010-10-29 11:25 The new infrastructure must provide safety of citizens in crisis situations, said Givi Targamadze, the chairman of the parliamentary committee on defense and security.
Text on Saakashvili with Putin implied
Georgia’s most biased news site features a new article on difficulties in relations between Vladimir Putin and Mikheil Saakashvili undersigned by a woman. But even without it the article seems purely feminine. The text creaks with involuntary admiration for the Russian PM. Longing for strength and steadiness is highly palpable. Still, the home leader must be supported too. Like Mikheil Nokolozovich – you are cool too!
Georgia taking up Zimbabwe’s path
Prime Minister of Georgia Nika Gilauri suggested that the Chinese should buy out the state debt of his republics. Such inappropriate ideas came to the Georgian PM’s head right after his meeting with Vice Prime Minister of the P.R.C. State Council Chzhan Detszyan in Beijing. China has already demonstrated its belief in Greece’s capability to overcome the financial crisis and offered its shoulder. Besides, this country is a large purchaser of other EU countries’ government stock, such as Spain’s. So, Mr. Gilauri, why not surrounding yourself with a light veil of a dream?
Tbilisi condemns Georgians to unemployment
Georgia regularly reports on staff cleansings. Recently Kakha Kukava of the opposition made a statement on mass redundancies. The lists of forced idlers are replenished with Tbilisi mayor’s office employees, pension-age kindergarten teachers, school teachers and policemen. Half of the able-bodied population of the capital is already sitting at home. Presently Tbilisi is the most unemployed capital in the former Soviet Union.2010-10-29 16:57
Hammer and sickle making life miserable for Georgia
It turns out that the number-one item in the list of urgent businesses of the Georgian people’s deputies is not the recovery of the eroded economy or resisting Mikheil Saakasvhili’s attempts to settle himself as an everlasting governor of the country. No, these problems do not threaten the young state; there’s no time to think about such trifles. It is the Soviet past that may invite danger for the people of Georgia who have overcome all the misfortunes through Rose Revolution, and it is the Soviet past that some representatives of the deputy corps have lately addicted to struggling with.
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