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Archive by 2010-11-30
GUAM to discuss prospects in Astana 2010-11-30 19:09 According to Press Secretary of Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Alexander Dikusarov, member-countries of the GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldavia) block are intended to discuss cooperation prospects in Astana.
Money needed to save mariners raised in Georgia 2010-11-30 18:40 Money needed to liberate Georgian citizens captured by Somali pirates are collected in various ways.
Aliyev: Wikileaks is lying 2010-11-30 17:30 Today, Azerbaijani president's press service refuted Wikileaks' information on the ideas allegedly expressed by Ilham Aliyev during his meetings with US officials.
Nogaideli may be expelled from his party 2010-11-30 16:39 Members of the Fair Georgia oppositional party led by former Prime Minister Zurab Nogaideli expressed their mistrust in him.
Medvedev and Saakashvili won’t meet in Astana 2010-11-30 15:47 According to Georgian President’s Press Speaker Manana Mandzhgaladze, Mikheil Saakashvili and his Russian colleague Dmitry Medvedev are not planning to meet at OSCE summit to be held in Astana on December 1-2.
160 thousand Georgian schoolchildren to get free textbooks 2010-11-30 15:06 A decision on allocating free textbooks for children from low-income families was taken at the meeting of the Head of the Georgian government Nika Gilauri and leader of the Christian-Democratic Party Georgy Targamadze.
Georgia to sign a non-aggression pact after Russia 2010-11-30 13:55 According to Deputy Head of Georgian Foreign Ministry Nino Kalandadze, Tbilisi is ready to undertake the obligation on the non-use of force in the South Caucasus in case Russia takes a similar step.
Tbilisi mixing sports with politics
Last Saturday, Georgian sports org-men delegation outplayed their Czech colleagues by a score of 26:21. The platform for their competition was 39th General Assembly of the European Olympic Committee held in Serbian capital. The stake was the future of the European Olympic Youth Festival 2015. Due to the strong support of the former USSR, Georgian officials left no chance to their opponents. With a majority of five votes, Tbilisi was selected as the capital of the upcoming youth games. Russia contributed to Sakartvelo delegation’s triumph.
Kobalia pulling carpet away from under the army’s feet
Georgian minister of economy and sustainable development Veronika Kobalia is back to flirt with the army. Her ministry puts the military settlement in Kodzhori village up to auction. Many wonder where the soldiers and officers now working on the premises will go. It is a rhetorical question: maybe they will be sent to Afghanistan in a crowd to have their 5 minutes of glory or a bullet in the head. The third option is to discontinue the settlement. The lady minister does not care for the future of the military men. Her top priority is to put more coins in her cracked thriftbox.
Who “ordered” nighttime explosions in Tbilisi?
On Sunday night two powerful blasts were heard in Tbilisi: one near the office of pro-opposition Labor Party of Georgia in Javakhishvili street and the second one near a shop in Mukhiani micro-district causing death of a woman and injury of 5 people. The Labor party calls the incident “political terror” while experts view the nighttime explosions in the capital of Georgia as a series connected with the special services.2010-11-30 15:25
Georgia armed with WikiLeaks phantom documents
US are suffering most in the virtual war launched by the WikiLeaks website authors against the world powerful circles. However, Washington may get another stab in the back from its most loyal and faithful satellite, Georgia. Tbilisi’s decision on using the documents provided by the scandalous Internet-portal known for its anti-American attitude may become one of Mikheil Saakashvili’s grossest mistakes.
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