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No Abkhazia or South Ossetia representatives to be present at PACE hearings 2010-12-20 18:38 Representatives of Abkhazia and South Ossetia have not been invited to the upcoming extended PACE hearings to be held on January 17 in Paris.
Dick Marty got familiarized with “Georgian file” 2010-12-20 18:01 Russia is calling for PACE to consider the opinion of Abkhazia and South Ossetia when assessing the events that took place in Georgia in 2008.
An anti-Russian meeting to be held in Tbilisi 2010-12-20 16:48 A meeting is scheduled for December 20 near the UN office in Georgia dedicated to the anti-Caucasian protest actions held in Russia.
Tbilisi needed “free and democratic” elections in Byelorussia 2010-12-20 16:15 Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze has stated that the official Tbilisi is interested in the fair presidential elections held in Byelorussia.
PACE representative arrived in Tbilisi 2010-12-20 15:02 Deputy Head of the Georgian Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze told that head of the PACE Monitoring Committee Dick Marty starts his visit to Georgia today, December 20.
McCain decided to teach Sarkozy 2010-12-20 13:19 According to American Senator John McCain, French President Nicolas Sarkozy did not mention Russia’s “violation” of the six-item agreement on Georgia “often enough”.
WikiLeaks: Lukashenko accused Russia of provoking war 2008 2010-12-20 13:02 According to WikiLeaks website, head of Byelorussian government Alexander Lukashenko stated that the war in August 2008 in South Ossetia was provoked by Russia.
Geneva breakthrough changing into a deadlock
Geneva process participants again started off for their homes in disappointment. According to the common acknowledgement of the Georgian and Abkhaz parties, yesterday’s round of negotiations has failed. Members of the Georgian delegation looked forward to landing in Tbilisi so as to accuse Moscow once again of sabotage. It would be naivety to expect a breakthrough this time, though negotiations on December 16 differed from the previous meetings. They went on against the background of the parties’ mutual promises not to make war on each other.
Beating the shit out of Sakartvelo officials
Since January 2011, there will probably be less shit in Georgian political affairs in every sense of this word. A draft law is going to be adopted, implying that every official may at any moment be tested for drugs. Georgian political and state officials have undoubtedly got enough shit but, perhaps, the fear of tests will make them confine themselves to their own fantasies that would not be substantiated with appropriate substances.
Tbilisi skidding on spy curve
Georgia keeps working on the spy show of the fake "disclosure" of Russian spies allegedly in charge of bombings in Tbilisi. In contradiction to common sense, the republic’s ministry of foreign affairs turns to Moscow not with reproaches (as usual) but with a request to help investigate the case. GeorgiaTimes correspondent has discussed strange metamorphoses of the Georgian ministry with Russian politologist Sergey Markov.2010-12-20 13:24
Georgian "Hakenkreuz" under Russian flag
As usual, Georgian authorities show vital interest in domestic affairs of other states instead of solving accumulated problems at home. The situation in Russia after the murder of Egor Sviridov, a Spartak FC fan, has been widely commented from the Georgian side. Sakartvelo experts assert the Kremlin is reaping fruits of its nationalist policy. Nugzar Tsiklauri in charge of Georgia's parliamentary committee for diaspora affairs and contacts with compatriots even compares the "evil occupant" with the fascist Germany of 1930s.
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