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Archive by 2010-12-08
Kazakhstan: usefulness of Geneva discussions should not be doubted 2010-12-08 18:37 Meetings between SO government and Geneva discussions co-chairmen are held in Tskhinval.
Yerevan officers fighting for seats at Placido Domingo’s concert 2010-12-08 18:25 Mayor of Armenian capital Yerevan Gagik Beglaryan set up a scuffle with Deputy Head of the President’s Protocol Service Aram Kandayan.
High-ranking US officer arrived in Georgia 2010-12-08 17:00 Today, on December 8, starts a visit of US State Department officer, Director for Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs at the Regional Conflicts Department Ethan Goldrich to Georgia.
Georgian MFA received credentials from new head of EU delegation 2010-12-08 15:38 Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Tornike Gordadze received copies of credentials from the new head of the European Union’s delegation in Georgia
Tbilisi ready to negotiate Russia’s entrance in WTO 2010-12-08 15:36 Press Speaker of the Georgian Prime Minister Nikoloz Mchedlishvili announced Tbilisi’s readiness to negotiate Russia’s entrance into the World Trade Organization.
Philip Gordon: Russia and US have split on Georgian issue 2010-12-08 13:49 US Assistant Secretary for Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon has stated that the "Georgian issue" is one of the disputable subjects in Moscow-Washington relationship.
Georgia and EU held negotiations in Brussels 2010-12-08 12:42 Georgia – European Union council meeting took place in Brussels recently. In the course of the conversation, Tbilisi was represented by Ambassador to Belgium Salome Samadashvili, so long as the republic’s delegation was unable to start off for negotiations for technical reasons
Compromising information for Georgia’s Pleasure
While British policemen were putting handcuffs on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, new sensational documents were published by the scandalous website. Georgians are leaping with joy: it turns out that the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline presents a great value for the USA. The pipeline was listed among Washington’s national interests, which means its protection is one of the top-priority dimensions of the American hegemon’s foreign policy. However, Georgia’s companions in confederacy and business turnover, Azerbaijan and Turkey, do not share the neighbour’s happiness and have reproved White House’s wish-list.
Merabishvili considers Sakartvelo citizens to be MID agents
Head of the Georgian MIA Vano Merabishvili’s interview recently published by Commersant is a real collection of catch phrases. It contains accusations of the Russian elite, both the ruling and the oppositional one, of degradation, stories about the “queues” of the North-Caucasians wishing to see the Georgian paradise at the Russian border and a forecast of Russia’s soon economic collapse that will put it behind Ethiopia in the world leaders rating. To make a long story short, Merabishvili was so profuse in his eloquence that even Mikheil Saakashvili’s direct order would hardly be enough to stop him.
Tbilisi scared by "Smerch"
Georgian leaders are shaking in a new fit of hysteria. Tbilisi is seriously worried about a division of Smerch multiple rocket launchers at the Russian military base deployed in South Ossetia. As it is believed in Georgia, the deployment of a guard division of reactive artillery is an "asymmetric" response to peaceful statements made by Mikheil Saakashvili. What the republic plans to do now is complain to foreign ambassadors about Russia’s actions.2010-12-08 12:58
EU: deporting illegal aliens from Georgia
The European Union plans to make Georgia the "best" gift possible deporting half a million Georgians back home. This news was announced upon signature of an agreement on facilitated visa regime with the EU. For the country with low living standards and population of nearly 4 mln this repatriation will result in a humanitarian catastrophe. Forced mass return of Georgians from Europe may surpass migration waves in the aftermath of lost wars in the 1990s and the conflict in 2008.
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