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Archive by 2010-12-02
OSCE final document may be suspended 2010-12-02 18:28 The final OSCE document cannot be approved because of political discrepancies at the summit.
Georgia to appear in Google maps 2010-12-02 17:38 Maps of Georgia will be published by Google Maps in the first quarter of 2011.
Georgian singer became goodwill ambassador of UN Children’s Fund 2010-12-02 16:26 Paata Burchuladze is the first citizen of Georgia to undertake this honourable responsibility
Georgia was granted 260 million dollars for power line 2010-12-02 15:44 An agreement on a 260-million-dollar credit has been signed between European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, European Investments Bank, Bank of Reconstruction of Germany and German authorities.
Georgian HEPP to conquer exchange 2010-12-02 15:02 Georgian authorities are going to offer shares of two Georgian hydroelectric power plants (HEPP) at international exchanges.
Georgia and Kuwait to build oil refinery 2010-12-02 13:44 Georgian Minister of Power Economy Alexander Khetaguri reported that the country’s government is holding negotiations with Kuwait authorities on building an oil refinery.
Georgia enlisting militants for terrorist acts in RF - opinion 2010-12-02 12:34 As was stated by former deputy of the Georgian parliament Levan Pirveli, he possesses information on Sakartvelo government enlisting North-Caucasian representatives in Europe to organize provocative acts against Russian military in Abkhazia and South Ossetia
Saakashvili the Dissembler astride corruption
Perhaps, only a deaf man hasn’t heard about Mikheil Saakashvili being an uncompromising fighter of corruption and official abuse of power. Yesterday, at the meeting of the committee for transport and communication policy development, president of Sakartvelo showed again that he would not stand any tricks from bureaucrats. It was the maritime administration officials who suffered from the vehement exterminator of corruption disease.
Second trial over "Russian spies"
Legal proceedings against Russian spies in Georgia can start on December 14-15. Several Russian citizens that have been imprisoned since spring will sit in the prisoners' dock. Among people involved in the spy scandal are mostly Batumi residents, so the trial will be held in Batumi. Other articles were found to pass sentence on the suspects and justify their imprisonment. Only Mikhail Vyalov, an involuntary participant of this episode, has escaped accusation of espionage. But Georgian counter-intelligence service promises to get at him anyway, already in prison.
Will explosion near Labor Party office backfire on Saakashvili?
The blast wave caused by detonation of a device that went off near Georgia’s Labor Party office on the night of November 29 won’t calm down. The opposition party members have made a series of statements that involvement of the country’s top officials in the incident is obvious. Meanwhile the ruling elite and law-enforcement bodies are trying to distract the Georgian society from the sabotage against Labor party turning it into a plain “domestic crime”. When these attempts fail all blame is shifted on “external foes” – by tradition.2010-12-02 14:38
OSCE summit: Moscow suggesting, Tbilisi giving lectures
The summit of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has opened today in Astana, where it is planned to discuss possible ways out of a deep crisis. President of Russia Dmitri Medvedev has already stated that, to avoid the reoccurrence of events of August 2008, one has got to develop common principles of conflict settlement for all the states, while the Georgian party again came out with “an old song” in Kazakhstan.
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