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Archive by 2011-01-20
Turkish divers died near Georgian coast 2011-01-20 19:09 Two divers from Turkey died while performing the works on recovering a vessel that had sunk near Kulevsky oil terminal not far from the city of Poti.
Tourism to save Georgia from price growth - Saakashvili 2011-01-20 18:31 On Thursday, President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili saw over a new hotel in Signagi, having made several loud statements, as usual.
New cases of H1N1 disease recorded in Georgia 2011-01-20 17:45 The H1N1 diagnosis has been confirmed for two pregnant women in Kutaisi.
Georgian border guards did not let citizens of Dagestan into the country 2011-01-20 17:11 Despite the Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili’s decree on the introduction of a visa-free regime for the citizens of the North Caucasus, local border guards did not let a couple from Dagestan into the country.
A song to be selected for Eurovision in Georgia 2011-01-20 15:47 Public Broadcaster of Georgia (PBG) has announced a contest for the best song to be presented by Georgia at Eurovision-2011.
Female prison opened by Saakashvili is horrible - attorney 2011-01-20 15:00 Chairman of Georgian Association of Attorneys Zaza Khatiashilvi declared that prisoners are kept in horrible conditions in the female prison of the town of Rustavi.
Public sex prohibited in Georgia 2011-01-20 14:29 According to Georgian media, fines for having sexual intercourse in public places will be introduced in the republic.
Baku leaves open the possibility of war in Karabakh 2011-01-20 13:11 In the opinion of Vice Speaker of Azerbaijani Parliament Bakhar Muradova, the war around Nagorny Karabakh is not over yet and military actions might be resumed any moment.
Another protest action to be held by refugees in Tbilisi 2011-01-20 12:24 Refugees are gathering for a protest action in front of the Georgian Parliament.
Lukashenko spoiling Saakashvili’s feast
Mishiko is enraged. Inauguration of Alexander Lukashenko is to take place on January 21in Minsk after he has been elected president for the fourth time. Georgian leader was not invited to the ceremony. Georgia has almost put up wit the fact that Russia’s attention is impossible to attract as long as Saakashvili remains at the helm of the state but such an insult from the Byelorussian counterpart can be estimated only as foreign-policy treachery. However, someone is glad that Mikheil Nikolozovitch will stay home.
Georgian politicians love NATO even in mini format
There is no sweeter word than NATO for Georgian politicians. Their hot souls long for active participation in every NATO initiative that draws nearer the day when Georgia will obtain long-awaited membership. But bloc members are not really ready for that. Still, the word does not lose its magic meaning. So even the news on mini-NATO appearing in northern Europe has caused the storm of emotions in Tbilisi.
Georgia creeping under UN’s wing
Despite the fact that the Georgian-Russian file was not closed at PACE parliamentary hearing in Paris, things have all the same moved off dead center. According to Russian diplomats, the discussion of South-Caucasian problems was uncommonly constructive and fruitful for the first time in a long period. However, the Georgian side still cherishes a hope to promote the idea of “occupation”. Having ignored the file discussion, Tbilisi is making curtseys to UN and is asking it for help.2011-01-20 19:52
Tbilisi restless over investments to Abkhazia
Abkhazia is an interesting country for investments: low taxes, special treatment for foreign companies, and the sea of opportunities. The market is definitely not overloaded with the offer – both in the sphere of production or services. However, only Russian businesses have been well at ease here so far while entrepreneurs from the so-called far-abroad countries are making first timid steps. But the process is underway. For instance, it is highly probable that Israeli businesses will settle down in the republic very soon.
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