Tuesday, 06 December 2016
Archive by 2010-12-17
Georgians Have a Chance to Welcome in the New Year in St. Petersburg 2010-12-17 18:31 Due to great demand the Georgian airline company Airzena Georgian Airways decided to make direct charter flights Tbilisi-St.Petersburg-Tbilisi on 30 and 31 December.
Georgian Parliament Postponed Adoption of Mass Media Owners Transparency Law 2010-12-17 18:11 Last Friday during its plenary session the Georgian Parliament decided to postpone the adoption of the amendments to the law “On Broadcaster” until the spring session. The amendments concern the issue of mass media owners data transparency.
Georgian artists not allowed to perform in Russia 2010-12-17 16:43 Georgian people of art should better not go on a tour to Russia. This was stated by Head of the Georgian Union of People of Art David Okitashvili.
Georgia got out of the crisis – Minister of Finance 2010-12-17 15:39 Georgian Minister of Finance Kakha Baindurashvili has stated that the country has got out of the crisis
Chinese to partially buy out Poti port stock 2010-12-17 15:37 Chinese businessmen are going to buy out the share of the Poti port stock from Raakia Arabian company.
NATO will not settle Caucasian conflicts 2010-12-17 13:23 This was stated by North-Atlantic Alliance spokesman James Appathurai. He said that the bloc’s new concept on regional conflicts in the South Caucasus does not alter NATO’s policy in the region.
Tbilisi: Geneva meeting has failed 2010-12-17 12:58 Georgian side is unsatisfied with the results of Geneva talks.
Saakashvili stealing a holiday from refugees
Georgian government scheduled another wave of refugee migration for the New Year holidays. As the saying goes, God with the holiday, Devil with the work. Instead of decorating Christmas trees and cooking satsivi, the Abkhaz Georgians are going to move in and brush up their country houses in the west and east outskirts of the country. There is nothing good in store for them, that’s why they came out to the square in front of the Mayor’s office one of these days. Summer migrants already dream of coming back; the point is that they are not wanted in Tbilisi.
Georgia spoiled by housing problems
President of South Ossetia Eduard Kokoity has signed a decree making all the real estate transactions closed in Leningorski region in 1991-2008 invalid. That’s quite a logic step, in Tskhinval’s opinion. The region has been controlled by Georgian authorities for seventeen years. Having signed the decree, Kokoity cancelled those legislative acts that are illegal from the point of view of the republic. However, Tbilisi, accustomed to demanding legality restoration and respect for the refugees’ property rights, did not support the initiative of the South-Ossetian authorities and called their actions “ethnic cleansing”.
Dagestan does not want poor Georgia
Georgian authorities are making a new attempt at turning their country into the “center of all Caucasus” in the aftermath of an incident on allegedly violated rights of one of Dagestan’s ethnic group – the Didoy. As Tbilisi thinks they are oppressed by Russia (of course). Are interests of Dagestan’s indigenous nations really observed? GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed that with Rasul Gadzhiev from the Ministry for Nationality Policy, Information and External Affairs of Dagestan.2010-12-17 18:14
Tbilisi has learned to discern between Putin and Onishenko
The old issue is back into the spotlight in Georgian media: to approve or not to approve of Russia’s entry into WTO? The interest to the problem, that seems to have been solved by official Tbilisi in “fighting-up-to-the-last-ditch” style, has been revived by the achievements of Russian diplomats in their contacts with WTO’s protagonists – USA and the European Union. To the disappointment of Georgian leaders the balance of forces has shifted in favor of Moscow and Sakartvelo mass media rush into a new ideological battle.
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