Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Archive by 2010-11-11
Foreigners to reform electoral system 2010-11-11 19:48 International organizations will take part in the electoral system reformation.
Georgian pension devoured by crisis 2010-11-11 18:08 Georgian government is incapable of raising the pension level up to 100 dollars per month.
Lukashenko to take decision on recognizing Abkhazia and South Ossetia – deputy 2010-11-11 17:46 Chairman of Committee for International Affairs and CIS Connections of House of Representatives of National Assembly of Byelorussia Sergey Maskevitch has stated that the decision on recognizing Abkhazia and South Ossetia by Minsk is to be taken by the president of the country.
Saakashvili never to get Israeli weapon – MFA 2010-11-11 15:28 Israeli MFA officers refute information about the possible supply of the modern Merkava-4 armor to Georgia.
Official unemployment in Georgia reaching almost 17 percent 2010-11-11 14:32 According to Gruzstat, the amount of unemployed in Georgia is 16,9%.
Georgia and US to continue military cooperation 2010-11-11 13:48 According to Deputy Minister of Defense of Georgia Nicoloz Vashakidze who is presently in Pentagon, Tbilisi and Washington continue their bilateral cooperation in military field.
NATO Parliamentary Assembly to pass resolution on Georgia 2010-11-11 12:24 NATO Parliament Assembly will be held in Warsaw on November 12-13.
Georgian sailors unaffordable for budget
Georgian government keeps bargaining with the Somali pirates. It has succeeded in lowering the cost of the fifteen captured Oilb G tanker mariners from one million dollars per each to one million dollars for the whole crew. Nevertheless, this amount turned out to be too high a price for the Georgian citizens’ lives. Graduates of Batumi Naval Academy can be sure that the state does not need them.
“Wheel alignment” of Saakashvili’s opponents
Yesterday in the Free Democrats party’s office eight oppositional leaders and their supporters discussed the issue of including international organizations into negotiations between the government and the opposition as to the electoral environment improvement. Luis Navarro from NDI, Andreas Scerps from IRI and Head of International Electoral Systems Foundation Mermain Nisich accepted the invitation. However, not all the opponents of today’s Georgian government believe that amending legislation will save the country from Mikheil Saakashvili’s dictatorship and change the power balance.
Georgia’s Circassian issue destined to be unanswered
Domestic problems seem too few to Georgia that launches an extended policy of destabilization in Russia’s North Caucasus with the “Circassian issue” as the cutting edge. The country that hates its neighbors for participation in the Abkhaz war wants to tell the truth about “genocide” of Circassians for the whole world to know. Georgia’s rationale is understood: to take revenge on Russia for recognition of Abkhazia’s and South Ossetia’s independence. But Tbilisi just does not see an inch beyond their nose. Otherwise they would see that the policy of “depressurization” in the Caucasus region is2010-11-11 16:55
USA throwing off Georgian dead weight?
The States’ weaker positions in South Caucasus and loss of geopolitical interest in Georgia after Barak Obama’s advent are getting more noticeable each day as evident to both Russian and Western politologists. Recently Ariel Cohen, a famous US expert for post-Soviet space, expressed his point of view saying that Washington’s policy toward Georgia is going through a bad stretch.
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