Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Archive by 2010-12-07
EU supports Russia’s entrance in WTO 2010-12-07 18:11 The European Union - Russia summit is going to be opened in Brussels.
Geneva discussions co-chairmen coming to South Ossetia 2010-12-07 17:39 A delegation of co-chairmen of the Geneva discussions on security in the Caucasus is coming to South Ossetia on a working visit on Wednesday
Mandzhgaladze accused Russia of non-constructiveness 2010-12-07 17:05 Press speaker of the Georgian president summed up the results of the OSCE summit in Astana.
Saakashvili believes Georgia avoided large-scale terrorist acts 2010-12-07 16:23 Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili thanked law-enforcement authorities for disclosing a number of terrorist acts.
WikiLeaks: Vashadze and USA tried to disrupt Mistral purchase 2010-12-07 14:49 According to the documents published by WikiLeaks website, Foreign Minister of Georgia Grigol Vashadze asked US to assist in preventing the transaction between Russia and France on purchasing Mistral helicopter carrier.
Georgian MFA responded to SMERCHs location in SO 2010-12-07 13:30 In the opinion of Georgian diplomats, location of the SMERCH valley fire systems at the Russian military base in South Ossetia means the “continuation of Russia’s aggressive policy in respect of Georgia”
NATO and Russia should trust each other - diplomat 2010-12-07 12:55 Polish Ambassador to Azerbaijan Michael Labenda has stated that Russia and NATO’s connections should be viewed in terms of their attitude to the “Georgian issue”.
Grigol Vashadze’s windmills
Last Friday, Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze agreed with his Portuguese colleague Luis Amado on Tbilisi and Lisbon’s cooperation in the field of alternative sources of energy. As was stated by the head of the Georgian diplomacy, Portugal is one of the leaders of alternative power economy in Europe and will help Sakartvelo develop this sector. GeorgiaTimes correspondent tried to make out what kind of prospects will open for Tbilisi due to cooperation with the Pyrenean state.
American bacteria threatening Georgian students
Georgian authorities are no longer hiding the fact that they are working on the “colonizing” of their own country. The state that is known to the whole world due to its unique culture is rapidly turning into one of the numerous typical American states. A special role in the process of forced Americanization is given to the field of education.
Saakashvili tries on Kobalia’s dress
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili is taking control over national economy despaired to yield results from activities of his protégée, Veronica Kobalia, by announcing a new economic policy the Caucasian republic must adopt. At last the head of Sakartvelo publicly admits that the situation in the country is dispiriting. Yet he encourages entrepreneurs by saying that all mistakes and miscalculations will be soon neutralized. The tax grip on businessmen will ease up and they won’t be taken to first-rate prisons any more. Besides, the customs infrastructure will be reorganized in such a way as to facilitate the journey of imported goods to Georgia.
Poti demands pirate ransom
There is an impression that Georgia is trying to take revenge on Russia for the defeat in August 2008. Last weekend Georgian Coast Guard detained Russian ship Kazan-City for water pollution in the Black Sea area. On the same day the ship was fined USD 40,000 but only USD 3,000 is the compensation for the environmental damage. Where will the rest of the money go?2010-12-07 11:16
Sakartvelo experts’ malevolence doesn’t bother Abkhazia
Georgian experts and politicians are rejoicing: they are celebrating the “aggravation” of the Russian-Abkhaz relationship and predicting a sharp turn of Abkhazia towards Georgia. Moreover, it is the first time the Georgian expert community voices its readiness to support the Abkhaz so that they could get out of the “Russian dragon’s” claws. It doesn’t matter that the Abkhaz community thinks differently and does not want the Georgian “advocates” to save their country. Georgia has made it customary to take decision for the “minorities”.
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