Tuesday, 06 December 2016
Archive by 2010-11-10
Vera Kobalia looking for money to release mariners 2010-11-10 19:16 Vera Kobalia has applied for international aid in releasing Georgian mariners captured by pirates.
Georgian elders proposing peace to the Abkhaz 2010-11-10 18:50 The Georgian elders’ council at the foundation of those wishing to return to Abkhazia is calling upon their Abkhaz colleagues to an open dialogue without middlemen.
A criminal case opened against a fire in Sukhum hospital 2010-11-10 16:29 Prosecutor-General’s Office of Abkhazia is investigating the circumstances of a fire in a clinical hospital of Sukhum resulting in the death of several people.
Georgia denying armor purchase from Israel 2010-11-10 15:33 Georgian officers of Ministry of Defense refused to comment upon the rumors about the possible supply of the modern Merkava-4 armor from Israel.
US’ influence in South Caucasus hasn’t decreased – expert 2010-11-10 14:57 US Special Envoy for Eurasian Energy Richard Morningstar believes Washington’s influence in the South Caucasus to remain high.
Baku surprised at US’ position on elections 2010-11-10 13:44 According to head of the public and political department of Azerbaijani president’s administration Ali Gasanov, US State Department’s statement about the elections held in the republic causes “surprise and regret”.
Holiday Inn to open in Georgia 2010-11-10 12:31 Today, the Holiday Inn Hotel opening ceremony will take place in the former Adzhara Hotel building in the Georgian capital, GHN reports.
Tbilisi’s radioactive policy
The court of Georgia is going to pass a sentence on two Armenian citizens accused of enriched uranium smuggling. One of the culprits suggests a plea bargain and is ready to denounce his accomplices. Armenian Security Service confirms cooperation with Georgia on the uranium process detaining another suspect. Still, it is getting more and more evident that exposure of a serious crime turns into a juicy scandal. Georgia will keep seeking uranium traces in Russia. In the meantime Azerbaijan labels Armenia a cess of crime.
Foreign oil would give Saakashvili no peace
It’s a well-known fact that Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has got superiority complex. Not only does he think that his name is a buzz word for each inhabitant on the planet; he is also sure that Georgia is one of the three most uncorrupted countries in Europe. One of these days, leader of Sakartvelo again impressed everyone with his knowledge, skill and eloquence. This time, personal offense caused to him by Russia in connection with the unsuccessful operation on expanding Caucasian republic came out as the torrent of confused conclusions. Well, no wonder – Mishiko is scarcely expected to produce anything else.
Tbilisi flunks spy PR-campaign
A statement by Georgian Deputy FM Nino Kalandadze on Tbilisi’s readiness to discuss the situation over detainees was the first attempt to start a dialogue with Russia. It was also up to her to admit the fact that Georgian leaders’ acts of provocation did not entail harsh actions on the part of Moscow.2010-11-10 12:20
Burjanadze involved into a trick with spies
The flywheel of revealing Georgian traitors is gaining speed. More and more shocking details become the public property each day. Still, yesterday’s report by the Georgian media looks like a real sensation capable of sending a Georgian inhabitant who has caught long-term spy scare from his own government into a catatonic fright.
New Spy Saga or PR Stunt? Georgia slammed for 'Russian agents' arrest
Georgian opposition leaders say the latest spy scandal involving four Russians is being used by Tbilisi to score political points. It comes as Georgia's Interior Ministry has confirmed that 13 people were detained last month, accused of spying for Moscow.
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