Thursday, 08 December 2016
Archive by 2010-11-03
Ministries of Defense of Georgia and Ukraine exchanged experience 2010-11-03 18:51 According to Akhalaya, it’s too early to talk about purchase of Ukrainian arms.
Free industrial zone to be opened in Poti on November 23rd 2010-11-03 17:27 Opening of the zone has been postponed several times.
Georgia lost food independency 2010-11-03 16:58 80 per cent of food is imported, the Free Democrats party announced.
Shevardnadze expressed condolences over death of Russian ex-PM 2010-11-03 15:48 The ex-president believes the deceased was most successful in the position of Russian ambassador to Ukraine.
West may refuse to forgive Tbilisi its friendship with Iran – expert 2010-11-03 15:32 Areshidze believes such steps must be agreed with Western partners. “Otherwise it’s a very dangerous step and can turn really bad for us,” the expert believes.
British teacher in Georgia is accused of homosexualism 2010-11-03 13:56 He published rather provocative photos in one of the social networks. These are said to be of homosexual character and contain images of the teacher’s acquaintances.
South Ossetia criticizes ambassador of France to Georgia 2010-11-03 13:14 Yuri Beteyev, the well-known South Ossetian expert, criticized recent statement of Eric Fournier, the ambassador of France to Georgia, about necessity to return Leningori region the Georgian name “Akhalgori”.
SMS scandal in Georgia 2010-11-03 12:20 Nana Kakabadze, the chairperson of Former Political Prisoners for Human Rights NGO received an SMS: “Pet, you know Kakabadze, the swollen opposition member? So, she came to me to rent an office, and what should I do?”
Turkey is no longer afraid of Russia 2010-11-03 11:26 Other excluded countries: Greece, Iran, Syria, Iraq.
Georgian prime minister’s charm versus stark realities
Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri continues his Asian tour that is going to end up in ancient India. Hoping to provoke the interest of the local business circles to the prospect of economic relationship with Saakashvili’s regime, the number-two of Tbilisian hierarchy used the whole supply of his irresistible attraction against Indian businessmen. GeorgiaTimes correspondent tried to make out whether it helped the economy of Sakartvelo.
Armenia to take the neighbor’s “bread”?
Yerevan and Tbilisi stand for intensification of economic relations. According to Armenian PM Tigran Sargsyan, it is highly important for his country to be the neighbor of prosperous and well-developed Georgia. Still, the neighbors have a number of problems connected with Armenian cultural and historical monuments as well as Armenian community in Sakartvelo. There is one more issue, the uneasiest one, for establishing close ties: Nabucco pipeline is likely to be located in Armenia bypassing Georgia, as the USA, Georgia’s overlord, has recently suggested.
Creative Act with Patriot
Georgian parliament is set to adopt Freedom Charter that will unite deputy Giya Tortladze’s creative ideas on rejection of Soviet symbols under the title “Patriot Act”. Formally the document is supposed to ensure state security. In essence it will give a free hand to the authorities to impose totalitarianism using Russian threat as a cover.2010-11-03 17:37
Saakashvili’s case settled down in the Hague
Georgian opposition’s repeated calls for help have met with the West’s response. It became known one of these days that Permanent Court of Arbitration will consider a claim against president of the republic Mikheil Saakashvili. In the nearest time, the foreign Themis will get acquainted with the materials on the Georgian authorities’ illegal actions including the attack against South Ossetia in August 2008 and the break-up of peaceful demonstrations.
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