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Archive by 2011-01-03
Saakashvili set to transform Batumi into recreation ground 2011-01-03 16:41 Visiting the exhibition gala of young skaters in Europe Square of Batumi, Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili made a number of statements relating to the near future of the capital of Ajaria.
Georgia broadcasts films banned from broadcast in Russian 2011-01-03 15:31 Until recently Georgian film distributors showed foreign films translated into Russian in the territory of the republic. However, last year the parliament of Georgia adopted a decree stipulating broadcast of films in cinemas either in the source language with subtitles or translated into Georgian from January 1, 2011.
Catholicos Patriarch Ilia II celebrates 77th birthday 2011-01-03 14:53 Tomorrow, on January 4, Catholicos Patriarch of all Georgia, archbishop of Mtskheta and Tbilisi and metropolitan of Tskhum-Abkhaz and Pitsunda Ilia II celebrates his 77th birthday.
Interior Ministry reports on fewer accidents on Sakartvelo roads 2011-01-03 13:37 The information and analytical department at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia has reviewed the results of the last year drawing a reassuring conclusion: in 2010 the number of road traffic accidents and deaths went down as compared to 2009.
New Tax Code Takes Effect in Georgia 2011-01-03 12:59 The new Tax Code took effect on January 1, 2011 in Georgia introducing division of businesses into micro businesses, small businesses, medium-sized and big businesses. Besides, the Code envisages establishment of a tax ombudsman position in charge of annual reports on protection of rights of taxpayers to the financial and budgetary committee of the Georgian parliament.
New Year in Abkhaz and Ossetian style
Caucasian hospitality has long become legendary. Mountaineers like to have fun and know how to do it and there is no match for the Abkhaz and Ossetians in their ability to create a festive atmosphere. When the New Year time comes, they always find something to surprise their guests with. Within their many-thousand-year history, the Abkhaz and Ossetians have developed plenty of customs and traditions connected with seeing the New Year in.
Georgia-2011: what the stars say
What’s in store for Georgia in the coming year? How will the life in the republic change? Whose star will rise in the political horizon of the country? When will economy get stable? Which turn will relationship between Moscow and Tbilisi take? These matters were discussed by GeorgiaTimes correspondent with Georgian astrologer Mikheil Tsagareli. He says the coming year will be an important and a crisis one for the country.2011-01-03 12:37
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