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Archive by 2010-11-29
Davitaya: explosions are aimed against Georgia 2010-11-29 19:12 Georgian politicians are commenting upon the night explosion near the Labor Party office.
State Duma ratified agreements with Abkhazia and South Ossetia 2010-11-29 17:58 State Duma ratified agreements on investments protection and encouragement with Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Georgian government’s basic task is to fight poverty – Gilauri 2010-11-29 16:44 Every fifth Georgian is beyond poverty line.
Georgian Christian Democrats protesting against increased water rate 2010-11-29 15:52 Opposition intending to apply to Constitutional Court.
WikiLeaks published information on South-Ossetian war 2010-11-29 14:54 The documents published by the WikiLeaks website include plenty of data on the beginning and the course of the “five-day war” in South Ossetia.
Kalandadze: WikiLeaks’ statements on Russia quadrate to facts 2010-11-29 14:05 Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze commented upon the information published by WikiLeaks website authors.
“Political army” being formed in Georgia 2010-11-29 13:41 Former candidates for presidency Levan Gachechiladze announced forming his own “political army".
Ajaria losing tangerine paradise
This year’s citrus yield in Georgia will be half the amount of 2009 causing no export problems. There is only one company – Citro – authorized to purchase local tangerines at reaping season. The second citrus processor – Narinji – is on halt for financial problems. David Asanidze, the company’s CEO, has discussed that with GeorgiaTimes in more detail.
Lisbon prostitutes as Georgia’s political creed
Piquant adventures of the Georgian delegation at the time of NATO summit in Lisbon are no more an ordinary scandal but a real political myth. Georgian media report new details of the antics of Sakartvelo’s naughty boys instead of leaving the story as a minor incident of modern times. Curiously enough, the adventures are described in a manner that corresponds public orientation of a newspaper. If things don’t change, the question “Was there something in Lisbon or not?” will soon become a distinct indicator of one’s political position.
Ossetians solving border issues with spade
Bitter experience of the past years have taught Ossetians that in one’s fight for independence, it’s not enough just to put up a flag on top of the gloomy regional committee building; one has to stake a claim of the territory to be covered by the jurisdiction of the Ossetian tricoloured flag. South Ossetia is unilaterally performing the demarcation of the boundary with Georgia. Tbilisi cannot do anything to prevent it, thus keeping silent. It is only the residents of the near-by Georgian villages who are furious: they’ve got their vegetable gardens there. Still, it’s not yet clear how the new2010-11-29 18:50
Lukashenko and Saakashvili to “exchange murders”?
The story about Mikheil Nikolozovitch and Alexander Grigoryevitch making friends is gradually growing in details. The aliens who suddenly found each other sharing their dislike of Russia are obviously ready to secure their connection. They are incited not only by the presence of a mutual enemy but by their domestic competitors’ growing positions. Public speaking of both the Georgian and Byelorussian opposition makes the presidents nervous.
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