Tuesday, 06 December 2016
Archive by 2010-12-14
Georgia and UAE signed an agreement on preventing double taxation 2010-12-14 18:18 Georgia and United Arab Emirates have signed an agreement on preventing double taxation.
European parliament approved of facilitating visa regime with Georgia 2010-12-14 18:16 European parliamentarians approved the agreement on facilitating the visa regime and readmission with Georgia.
Beijing and Tbilisi enhancing economic cooperation 2010-12-14 16:50 A session of the intergovernmental commission for trade and economic cooperation was held between Georgia and China in Beijing.
Baramidze and Vershbow discussed the prospects of Georgia’s entrance into NATO 2010-12-14 16:49 State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration Giorgi Baramidze has told about his meeting with the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense Alexander Vershbow.
International Crisis Group: decisions in Georgia are taken by a group of people 2010-12-14 14:49 The International Crisis Group organization has published a new report on the domestic situation in Georgia.
Polish Deputy Head of MFA continues his visit to Tbilisi 2010-12-14 14:46 Today, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Krzysztof Stanowski who arrived in Georgia the other day will open a conference dedicated to the republic’s penitentiary system.
Richard Holbrooke died 2010-12-14 12:55 Diplomat Richard Holbrooke died in a hospital in Washington.
Tbilisi putting value on smugglers
Georgian economy is quite a helpless phenomenon. That's why, perhaps, the government applies other methods to earn money, such as fulfilling the U.S.' wishes in exchange for grants, sending young men to Afghanistan as food for powder for credits and selling indulgences to convicts under the guise of procedural agreements. Now Tbilisi management has devised a new method of making a quick buck: one can officially pay the bank guarantee price of five thousand laris for smuggling.
Making money on Sakartvelo kids
Georgian business has got at schools. The dealers' hands accustomed to counting money have made rather clumsy amendments to the law on general education. Now the Georgian schools will have the right to render "paid services" to the children, such as extra lessons in subjects of the national education plan. These lessons can be held only by strangers and solely in a form different from a common lesson. What will the teachers have to devise to earn another lari? And how will the "rich guys" differ from ordinary kids?
Ajarian government on hospital beds
The government of Georgia’s last autonomous region of Ajaria is moving to work in a hospital. As reported, lands occupied by the officials in the center of Batumi could be sold at a profit to investors. Since the government yields little income unlike travel industry, then the seat of government must be moved to the outskirts. Besides, what’s the point in Georgia having Ajarian autonomy with its government and parliament?..2010-12-14 17:04
McCain throws himself on Georgia’s embrasure
US senator John McCain, despite his declining years, is still highly active politically. He is probably the only US politician who has paid so much attention to Mikheil Saakashvili. His attitude to Georgia is special: he does believe the country is governed by a wonderful president. The man who has been losing presidential election at home for ten years on end and that is now "flirting" with Mishiko can't be taken seriously. Yet recently the senator from Arizona called on the White House to resume sales of weapons to Tbilisi and soft-pedal the "reset" with Russia.
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