Monday, 16 January 2017
Archive by 2010-11-16
Human rights defenders: Georgian MFA is lying 2010-11-16 19:12 According to Russian human rights defenders, Georgian MFA disseminates lies in respect of Russian diplomats' meeting with the Russian citizens accused of espionage.
Uranium found in Georgia is not Armenian 2010-11-16 17:10 Armenian authorities believe the penetration of smuggled uranium from Armenia to Georgia to be impossible.
More foreign teachers for Georgia 2010-11-16 16:19 Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia reported the arrival of another lot of foreign teachers in the country.
Georgian MIA happy for Jopua 2010-11-16 15:16 Head of information and analytical department of Georgian Interior Ministry Shota Utiashvili commented upon the situation with the citizen of Abkhazia Garry Jopua, of whose abduction the authorities accused Georgian special services.
Armenia: pipeline to be sold to Armenia or Russia 2010-11-16 14:08 Ruling party deputy of Armenian parliament believes the section of Russia-Armenia pipeline running through the Georgian territory should be sold to Yerevan or Moscow.
Saakashvili getting ready for Lisbon 2010-11-16 13:30 Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili is going to take part in NATO summit in Lisbon and meet his western colleagues.
Rasmussen: NATO eastward expansion goes in line with Russia’s interests 2010-11-16 12:50 NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen is sure Russia should not feel alarmed about NATO's eastward expansion.
Ilia II comes to defense of school principals
Education minister Dmitry Shaskin’s severe actions are in full contradiction with his charitable nature, as Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II stated expressing hope that the principals dismissed in the aftermath of school protests would be reinstated in former positions. So far, however, Shashkin seems to be hiding his kind heart somewhere high on an oak tree in a box with a hare inside. Educating youths with methods he applies is good only to the teachers’ and scholars’ trade union satisfied with iron discipline in schools while House Of Free Thought experts call for the minister’s resignation.
Caucasian prisoner: exclusive interview with Garry Jopua
Today, citizen of Abkhazia Garry Jopua was discharged from the hospital: he spent a whole month as prisoner in Georgia. He was met by several dozens of people at the hospital door. Today, this brave man is a hero. The republic has been waiting for his release for a month while Garry was held captive. Garry Jopua told GeorgiaTimes what has happened to him.
Georgia: Game over
The “spy scandal” thoroughly blown up by official Tbilisi is growing in detail. The only misfortune is that Georgia remains the only active player in this ridiculous game. The authorities have to excel in devising new moves. However, they obviously do not lack imagination. This time, Georgian propagandistic machine is cutting a new way: Head of MIA Vano Merabishvili has announced the appearance of a computer game with an off-beat name of Police where everyone may catch his “Russian spy”.2010-11-16 17:48
Mishiko’s “paradise apples” are rotten
Mikheil Saakashvili is a hot-tempered man always boiling with ideas. He shared some fresh ones with representatives of the World Bank at a meeting in Kvareli. While imperialists from the north clip the great reformer’s wings, vigorous Mishiko is easily satisfied with the plan to make Caucasian region (at least) similar to Georgia. He is certain that “if Georgia did it, Caucasus will do it too”.
Copyright © 2017. GeorgiaTimes.info - News: Georgia today. All Rights Reserved. email@example.com