Sunday, 23 April 2017
Archive by 2010-11-02
Military cooperation of Baku and Ankara to be continued 2010-11-02 18:58 "Relations of Turkey and Azerbaijan are based on principle “one people – two states,” Vecdi Gonul added.
Tbilisi can’t always save its illegal migrants 2010-11-02 18:28 Nino Kalandadze, the deputy Foreign Minister, called on Georgians not to resort rot illegal crossing of borders. She added three more citizens of Georgia, who tried to get to Israel via Egyptian desert, are now missing.
Rustavi-2 to tell about “Russian spies” 2010-11-02 17:39 40-second long promo was first shown yesterday and claims about disclosure of “wide agent net of Russian special forces.”
Karabakh authorities renamed Agdam 2010-11-02 17:10 Now Agdam is fully ruined. Authorities say about 360 people reside in the town.
Georgia and Iran to sign agreement on visa-free regime tomorrow 2010-11-02 17:09 Foreign Ministry of Georgia specified that work on the document on cancellation of visa regime between the two countries had already been finished, and the sides would sign it in the course of the visit.
Burjanadze: they want to dip Georgia in virtuality 2010-11-02 15:35 In her turn, Nino Burjanadze stated the policy of most Georgian mass media is aimed at giving population the least possible of objective information “to let people live in virtual world, created by Mikheil Saakashvili".
Georgia can’t cope with banking crisis 2010-11-02 14:22 It can be said for sure the banking crisis in Georgia is going on, though in latent form.
Half of Georgians live in poverty 2010-11-02 12:42 Previously Mikheil Saakashvili, the president of Georgia, said about 20 per cent of country’s residents are in need.
Russia doesn’t see NATO as enemy – Lavrov 2010-11-02 11:49 He expressed hope that the strategic concept, planned to be adopted at Russia-NATO summit in Lisbon on November 20th, will unequivocally answer that question.
NATO Secretary General to meet with Medvedev and Lavrov 2010-11-02 11:09 According to Dmitry Rogozin, Russia’s Permanent Representative to NATO, Moscow intends to learn from Rasmussen about the new strategy of the Alliance.
Georgia compelled to seek investors on Mars
The Georgian government loves boasting of unseen economic growth rate in the country. At the same time the rest of state property is put on sale in a rather unnatural attempt of reducing the state debt that grows by leaps and bounds. In April 2008 Georgia issued bonds on London Stock Exchange, now the second issue is expected – to refinance previous Eurobonds. Now, inspired by excited interest to the first tranche of its long-term securities, Sakartvelo is ready for a second placement.
Vashadze’s new breakthrough to nowhere
Georgian FM Grigol Vashadze scores a new diplomatic victory. Due to his efforts, another world country has acknowledged Sakartvelo’s territorial integrity within “internationally recognized borders”. Thus, Montenegro graciously allows Georgian leaders to continue pursuit of geopolitical phantoms of the past.
Will Saakashvili find a Georgian Anna Chapman?
Mikheil Saakasvhili’s regime decided to join another childish amusement despite the experienced bitterness of loss and shame after an attempt to play war two years ago. This time, Sakartvelo people will have to watch the “battle” between the wicked Russian “spies” and the brave Georgian “special agents”. So far, the information on “Russian spies” is delivered according to the universal maxims of the DMB (a Russian movie) characters: “Can you see the ground-squirrel? – No, I can’t. – Neither can I, but there IS a ground-squirrel!”2010-11-02 18:10
Turkish marsh for eastern neighbors
On October 30, Turkish Security Council adopted a document called The Red Book, thus having started the reload of relationship with eastern partners. This time, the list of states constituting potential danger for the country included Israel abandoned by closest neighbors, such as Syria, Bulgaria, Armenia and Georgia. Thus, Ankara made it clear that its new eastern policy is utterly peaceful.
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