Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Archive by 2010-11-23
Ankara: NATO must manage missile defense 2010-11-23 18:58 Meanwhile, Azerbaijanian mass media report that Turkey’s president Abdullah Gul has already sent NATO member countries a letter presenting Ankara’s official position on the issue.
Georgian leader called Europe a mirage 2010-11-23 18:20 To his audience he told that over centuries Caucasus was a “a geopolitical mystery, a beguiling paradox”: people and their souls were free, but governments created artificial barriers.
Saakashvili guarantees non-use of force 2010-11-23 17:39 He voiced it from the tribune of European Parliament in Strasbourg.
President of Georgia heard the voice of the Hague in Caucasus 2010-11-23 17:03 In his view, it’s time for European peace to come to Caucasus. The voice of the Hague was heard in the region, and now aspiration for peace must overcome the language of animosity and hatred, Saakashvili noted.
Saakashvili: Georgia to stay in Afghanistan to the end of peacemaking operation 2010-11-23 16:11 In his turn, Harper noted the importance of Georgia’s participation in the peacemaking operation Afghanistan and noted Georgia’s aspiration for integration in the Alliance.
Saakashvili pardoned 200 prisoners 2010-11-23 15:13 182 will be released, the rest will have their sentence significantly cut. Those, who were granted the right for being set free, will be able to leave prisons by the end of the day.
Georgian MPs cannot resist Placido Domingo 2010-11-23 14:29 The plenary sitting of the Parliament of Georgia to be held on November 25th, was cancelled as most of the parliamentarians would be in Batumi, at Placido Domingo’s concert.
Tbilisi to ask for more money from IMF 2010-11-23 14:05 The present-day IMF program in Georgia implies allocation of USD 747 mln and ends in June 2011.
Russia has nothing to talk about with Saakashvili 2010-11-23 12:51 "There’s nothing to talk about with the present-day government of Georgia", the unnamed source in the Foreign Ministry said and added no official requests from the Georgian side were received in Moscow.
Ex-leader of Moldova refused to meet with Saakashvili 2010-11-23 12:10 Yet Voronin expressed confidence the Georgian leader will find “rewarding listeners and disciples” among leaders of the alliance, ruling Moldova now.
Tbilisi and Brussels signed agreement on readmission 2010-11-23 11:22 Previously the sides signed a document on introduction of the facilitated visa regime for citizens of Georgia.
Tbilisi Mayor’s Office tightening belt
Considering the general economic situation in the country, Tbilisi is tightening its belt. Only five million two hundred and seventy thousand laris will be allocated next year for the city development. The allocated means are supposed to turn Georgia’s largest city into a fashionable venue and a source of opportunities. The point is that people are going to meet each other even without money, for they move along the city regardless of their purse. As for the opportunities, they won’t be numerous judging by the city administrator and his colleagues’ scanty means.
Georgian peacekeepers to teach Afghans how to war
With North Atlantic Alliance deciding to pull out from Afghanistan Sakartvelo’s leader Mikheil Saakasvhili, on the contrary, is ready to increase the numerous contingent of Georgian peacekeepers in the Islamic republic on a clear pretext: all things are good to please NATO. This time Kabul and Kandahar will greet expert instructors, not ordinary soldiers, tasked to train their Afghan colleagues how to make war.
Georgia dreams of extinguishing Olympic flame
Since ancient times the Olympics have been a great feast with all armed or political conflicts brought to a halt for the period of competitions. In 21st century Olympic principles are no more reckoned with, as Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili demonstrated. In 2008 he used the start of the Olympic games in Beijing as a cover to organize a barbarian assault on Tskhinval. A few years later, current Georgian president is trying to put the world’s sportive feast on the shrine of political intrigues realizing inability to achieve his goals in South Caucasus.2010-11-23 13:20
Tbilisi cozying up to North Caucasus
Having failed to realize the global project of turning into Europe, Georgia decided to implement another one: becoming leader of the “Caucasian civilization”. In Tbilisi’s opinion, one should take advantage of the more or less centralized position of the city on the Caucasian geographical map by trying to turn it into the regional political center. A conference held in Tbilisi last weekend is a step towards the pseudo-leadership.
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