Monday, 20 February 2017
Archive by 2011-01-19
Former chairman of Repatriation Foundation sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment 2011-01-19 19:36 Former Chairman of the International Turks-Meskhetins Repatriation Foundation who was accused of fraud has been sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment and fines.
Russian and Abkhaz banks executed a cooperation agreement 2011-01-19 18:50 Central Bank of Russia and National Bank of Abkhazia have executed a cooperation agreement.
Huge salaries paid to railway managers – Labourites 2011-01-19 18:16 Labourites are demanding that the general prosecutor’s office start an investigation on Georgian Railways.
Georgia to take part in PACE session 2011-01-19 17:06 Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is going to discuss the situation around Georgia at the winter session to be held on January 24-28 in Strasbourg.
Gobozov: SO won’t last without modernization 2011-01-19 15:43 A congress of supporters of the state and political system modernization was held in Tskhinval, Echo of Caucasus reports.
Georgian teachers to be paid for knowledge of English 2011-01-19 14:47 Georgian Minister of Education and Science Dmitry Shashkin reported that the teachers who have undergone certification will get a raise to their salary.
EU to facilitate visa regime with Georgia 2011-01-19 13:39 Agreements between Georgia and European Union on the visa regime facilitation and readmission are to come into force this March 1. The relevant documents execution procedure has been completed.
Georgian patriarchy indignant at the authorities’ actions 2011-01-19 12:55 Georgian patriarchy believes that the actions of the country’s authorities conducting negotiations on restoring Georgian churches in Turkey and mosques in Georgia are inadmissible without an opinion of the owner – the Church.
Russian money to save Sakartvelo
People crowded in front of the banks in Tbilisi before the New Year day, eager to receive money transfers by holidays. Senders from Russia turned out to be most generous. Last December, they wired almost 74 million dollars to Georgia. Russia remains the largest live money supplier for the local people. In 2010, the amount of private transfers grew by three million dollars compared to 2009, while the New Year table practically in each Georgian family was paid for by relatives working in Russia.
Natelashvili reveals “truth” about opposition
Shalva Natelashvili, leader of Georgia’s Labor Party loves making loud statements usually condemning his political opponents. Yesterday, however, number one laborist of Georgia decided that it would be cheaper to throw dirt at all rivals in bulk. Without referring to exact facts he accused opposition parties of being financed by the US administration. GeorgiaTimes correspondent has tried to find out what other opposition forces think of the issue.
Tbilisi evaluates independence in dollars
It seems official Tbilisi now clearly realizes all futility of attempts to bring Abkhazia and South Ossetia back. It becomes clear to Georgia that independence of the two republics is an inviolable geopolitical fact. The only thing Mikheil Saakashvili regime can do is find the best price for Georgia’s recognition of Sukhum and Tskhinval without losing face completely – a rather ugly face though.2011-01-19 18:21
Saakashvili crowning Kobalia
Georgian government is the most inconstant government in the world in all senses of the word. Firstly, it is unclear whether Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze offers his go-between services in the settlement of Nagorny Karabakh conflict or not. Secondly, governmental agencies are subject to personnel reforming with enviable periodicity. Although last September press speaker of the Georgian government Niko Mchedishvili assured that there would be no dismissals it was rumoured in January that amazing personnel reshuffling was coming soon.
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