Saturday, 22 October 2016
Archive by 2010-11-09
Constitutional reform to be started in Abkhazia 2010-11-09 19:25 Amendments to the constitution of the country will be discussed at the nearest Parliament session in Abkhazia.
Cohen: US’ policy in the South Caucasus is close to failure 2010-11-09 18:07 US President Barack Obama's policy in Caucasian direction is inefficient.
Gilauri: Georgia is EU’s energy partner 2010-11-09 17:13 European Union regards Georgia as an important partner in the energy field.
Saakashvili will arrive at NATO summit in Lisbon 2010-11-09 16:17 President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili will go to Lisbon at the end of November to take part in NATO summit.
Tbilisi recognized as an over-expensive city 2010-11-09 14:49 Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, has been recognized as one of the most expensive cities of the world.
Georgia not ready to pay Somali pirates 2010-11-09 13:53 As was reported by head of Batumi maritime administration Suliko Surmanidze, negotiations with Somali pirates on releasing 15 captured Georgian mariners have come to a dead-lock, the pirates demanding a million dollars from Tbilisi.
US did not like elections in Azerbaijan 2010-11-09 13:12 According to US Assistant Secretary of State Philip Crowley, parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan went on smoothly with the participation of all the oppositional parties and in the presence of observers; however, they do not meet the international standards.
Tbilisi reorienting at Farsi
English teachers have not been in fashion for long in Georgia. After the scandal with one of the volunteers who turned out to be homosexual, President Mikheil Saakashvili has abruptly changed his language orientation: Georgia started inviting teachers of Persian, or Farsi, so long as Georgians should learn the language of their new economic partners and potential tourists. US are said to approve of Sakarvelo’s turn towards Iran. Got tired of maintaining the sample of Caucasian democracy?
Everyone teasing Georgia
Recently Abkhaz PM Sergey Shamba received guests from Turkey. The delegation of businessmen headed by ERVA construction company president Erol Ozel expressed interest in bilateral cooperation. The government of the independent republic sets great hopes on Turkish investments into agriculture and construction business. In the meantime Georgian leaders in Tbilisi get drenched in cold sweat thinking about their largest trade partner switching over to the “enemies” and changing the vector of economic policy.
Spy passions in honor of MID
As was expected, the fuss about the detention of “secret agents” made by the media at Tbilisi’s instigation was aimed only to mar the long-lasting Russian holidays. This weekend, Georgia MIA came out with a whole series of accusations of espionage and the local TV even broadcasted a relevant film. However, the whole affair came to some Georgian periodicals’ desire that MID (Main Intelligence Directorate) should “kill itself against a wall”, which only confirmed the true grounds of the pseudo-sensation.2010-11-09 20:49
New border between old enemies
New border guard bases are prepared to be installed in Gal district of Abkhazia. Georgian mass media report about unprecedented security measures and road blocking connected with the opening ceremony. However, it’s all quiet in Gal. Construction noise becomes discernable near the border. At first military facilities don’t look like ones. An eye seeks locators or barbed wire and finds comfortable cottages instead.
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