Sunday, 22 January 2017
Archive by 2010-11-04
In Singapore Baramidze complains about Russians 2010-11-04 21:19 Baramidze attempted to use the opportunity and accuse Russia of organizing hacker attacks on governmental sites during August war of 2008.
Knut Vollebaek inspects refugee resettlement centers 2010-11-04 19:08 Vollebaek came to Tserovani [Georgia] after a trip to South Ossetia, where he got acquainted with life conditions in Tskhinval and other regions.
MP against Ministry of Healthcare 2010-11-04 16:34 Bagaturia also demands to raise the minimal level of pensions.
Ukrainian Minister of Defense to see Georgian military bases 2010-11-04 15:01 His program also includes visiting the memorial to the killed in struggle for territorial integrity of Georgia, visiting Taras Shevchenko[Ukrainian writer] memorial, and meetings with top officials of the Ministry of Defense.
Citizen of Georgia is being tried in Malaysia 2010-11-04 12:45 AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL officials can’t attend the trial.
Georgia and Iran signed agreement on visa-free regime 2010-11-04 11:17 The agreement will be enacted after ratification in 2011. It implies visa-free regime for citizens of both countries in voyages up to 45 days.
RAKIA weighing anchor in Poti?
Arabian RAK Investment Authority holding is gradually packing trunks and leaving the port of Poti. Arabs are planning to put up their share for sale at one of the stock exchanges, hoping that someone will be attracted by liberal Georgian economy and may want to help it recover. However, it looks like the free industrial zone, with which the Georgian government tried to attract foreign investors, turned out to be the “bottom of the ladder”. Georgian authorities were helpless in the competitive battle with Dubai economic zone.
Georgian government’s barbaric art
Sakartvelo’s artistic life continues exciting esthetes’ feelings far beyond the Georgian state. Unfortunately, cultural newscasts prepared by the Georgian media often tell not about the birth of another work of art but about the destruction of one. This time, “dismantling” and “vandalism” are again the key words in cultural reports from Sakartvelo.
Abkhaz Church to secure cultural legacy
Practically all mountains of Abkhazia are crowned by ancient Christian temples, 144 in total most of which are nothing but ruins. Almost all of them have been there since the time of Byzantium. Still, antiquity is not their primary value. Most importantly, they remain architecturally untouched. These churches, and often the area around them, are the way they were one thousand years ago. To preserve historic face of the sanctuaries the Abkhaz Church calls for compliance with unique restoration rules.2010-11-04 23:43
Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs launches blackmail campaign
Georgian deputy FM Nino Kalandadze recently made a statement that can be interpreted as the Foreign Ministry’s actual refusal to defend rights of citizens outside the country. At a meeting with the journalists she informed that the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises citizens of the country to “refrain from illegal actions abroad”. It sounds like a logical and quite obvious recommendation.
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