Thursday, 08 December 2016
Archive by 2010-11-17
Heads of Russia and Iran to meet in Baku 2010-11-17 19:26 As has been reported by Russian Presidential Aide Sergey Prikhodko, heads of RF and Iran Dmitriy Medvedev and Makhmud Akhmadinedzhad will meet in Baku on November 18.
Tea to grow expensive in Georgia 2010-11-17 18:44 Georgian tea importers are expecting the price growth.
A bypass railroad to be built around Tbilisi 2010-11-17 17:58 Construction works on the bypass railroad around Tbilisi have been started.
A teenager wounded in Tbilisi schoolyard 2010-11-17 16:29 Police officers and video surveiilance cameras were of no help.
European Parliament waiting for Saakashvili 2010-11-17 15:47 Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze reported that President Mikheil Saakashvili is going to deliver a speech at the European Parliament session in Strasbourg on November 23.
Muslims holding celebratory namaz in the street 2010-11-17 14:47 Kurban Bayram has been celebrated in Abkhazia.
Tolerant Georgians awarded 2010-11-17 13:08 Georgian People's Defender office awarded civil representatives on the International Tolerance Day.
Mikheil Saakashvili’s Abkhaz root
One should never assert that we do not choose our parents. There are individuals in our world who can change their roots easily and in public. They are not orphans from children’s homes that go from one foster home to another. Mikheil Saakashvili’s speech delivered at the Tbilisi-Akhalkalaki road opening ceremony has definitely proven that this “child” can change his “parents” like gloves without the smallest feeling of shame or remorse: it looks like he does not remember his kinship.
GruzStat’s burden weighing on Kobalia’s conscience
Thanks to notorious reforms, privatization in Georgia has been facilitated to the maximum with the government adopting amendments to the law on state property. Facilities that don’t make part of the country leaders’ interests will be easily sold out. The reasons why referral hospitals, oil processing plants and a military settlement are displeasing to the economy ministry and parliament are understood. But why should National Statistics Service be put up to auction?
Georgia’s curiosity beyond state borders
Georgia is still grieving over the loss of South Ossetia. Sakartvelo leader Mikheil Saakashvili has been speaking about the need to restore bygone “territorial integrity” over the past two years. Ossetians who saw the joys of Georgian democracy in August 2008 are in no hurry to return to the eccentric politician. However, Tbilisi just can’t help being excessively curious about developments in “satellite” states. Hoping for a piece of news, Georgia regularly sends spy drones to the sky of now independent republic.2010-11-17 16:12
Russian “espionage” with half-year delay
Georgian MFA reported Russian diplomats to have visited one of the Russian citizens kept on the charge of espionage in the Georgian prison. Today, GeorgiaTimes found out that no diplomats were allowed behind the bars. Moreover, Russian citizens are already sentenced to long terms of imprisonment. Georgian authorities reported their detention when their sentences had been already awarded.
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