Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Archive by 2011-01-13
Georgia goes 29th in the Economic Freedom Index rating 2011-01-13 18:55 Daily rating of the Index of Economic Freedom has been published. Georgia goes there as a "basically free country".
Ilia II to hold mass christening 2011-01-13 18:15 Head of the Georgian Orthodox Church Ilia the Second will hold the 15th mass children christening on January 19.
Nogaideli to get a successor 2011-01-13 17:26 Nogaideli was replaced by Sergo Javkhidze as the party leader.
First Caucasian Information Channel to give up politics 2011-01-13 16:29 Cofounder and head of the First Caucasian Information satellite TV channel information service Ekaterina Kotrikadze has stated that the company is going to give up the openly political element of the broadcasts.
Saakashvili awarded an order to American senator 2011-01-13 15:35 Head of the Georgian state Mikheil Saakashvili awarded an Order of St. George to American Senator Joe Lieberman during his visit to the USA.
Imported products to jump in price in Georgia - expert 2011-01-13 14:56 Well-known Georgian economist Nodar Khaduri foretells a growth in prices for the imported products.
Americans recommend Saakashvili to ponder over reforms 2011-01-13 14:26 In the course of his visit to the USA, president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili met with the new Speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Boehner.
Georgia got new credit tranche 2011-01-13 13:54 IMF is ready to extend a new credit tranche to Georgia to the amount of 153 million dollars.
Georgia will demand 35 billion dollars from Russia 2011-01-13 13:09 Head of the interim commission of the Georgian parliament for territorial integrity restoration Shota Malashkhia stated that official Tbilisi will bill Russia for 35 billion dollars.
Literary hellhole in Tabidze’s motherland
Union of Writers of Georgia has fallen on its face. Accusations of the waste of money and sexual harassing poured on prose writer Revaz Mishveladze. The information campaign was initiated by Vazha Otarashvili who was recently dismissed from the post of director of the National Literature publishing house. However, the literary “hellhole”, as the Union of Writers was called by publicist Arno Khidirbegishvili in his talk to GeorgiaTimes, has got nothing in common with true art except for the regained ancient mansion presented a century ago by a philanthropist to Galaktion Tabidze, Vazha Pshavela and other famous servants of the Muses.
Pug-dog and elephants: how a journalist decided to cause trouble between Churches
Everyone greets year 2011 while Georgia Online seems to be stuck in mid 1920s. There is an impression that their journalist has just completed an article for “Young Atheist” or “Atheist at the machine-sit” magazine judging by his enthusiasm to present a new material. Who would have thought that the Church in an Orthodox country will receive so many verbal insults and the priests will be called bandits, and the man who wrote all this in a fit of insanity is not fired with a scandal?
Superweapon too tough for Saakashvili
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili went to Washington. There, he is going to pay the tribute to the memory of American Ambassador to Georgia Richard Holbrooke. Russian party claims that the Georgian leader is also going to remind his American friends of his country’s expectations; the latter having stated their readiness to supply weapon to Sakartvelo. This simple scheme will be traditionally implemented by the United States via third countries. Naturally, the Georgian government refuses to accept the Russian special services’ statement, for no one wants to get another punch on the nose.2011-01-13 15:43
Vladimir Sanakoev: alien among foreigners
The political career of Vladimir Sanakoev, one of the creators of “alternative administration of South Ossetia” that emerged from the initiative of the Georgian authorities, ended sadly and disgracefully a few days ago. It was just another confirmation that official Tbilisi’s attempts to “copy” and split South Ossetian elite are doomed to failure since only persons of a very modest scale agreed to take part in theses schemes.
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