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Archive by 2011-01-21
Georgia’s refugees prepare for demonstration 2011-01-21 19:29 Refugees that remain in Tbilisi will hold a protest march from the building of parliament to the president’s residence tomorrow.
Agriculture Minister: Georgia has no deficit 2011-01-21 18:51 Georgia is not suffering sugar deficit, Bakur Kvezereli, Georgia’s minister of agriculture stated today.
South Ossetia waits for its traitors 2011-01-21 17:47 South Ossetia’s Public Chamber calls security bodies of the republic to launch criminal prosecution against former members of Dmitry Sanakoev’s alternative government that live in Russia.
Georgia visited by more than two million foreigners in 2010 2011-01-21 16:26 The number of visitors to Georgia in 2010 grew by 36% compared to the previous year.
Gasoline growing in price in Georgia 2011-01-21 15:30 Gasoline sold at Georgian petrol stations is to grow in price by 5 tetris since 21 January 2011.
Lithuanian Ambassador to Georgia proud of the word “occupation” 2011-01-21 14:44 Lithuanian Ambassador to Georgia Jonas Paslauskas has stated that he supported the resolution on Abkhazia and South Ossetia adopted by European Parliament, where Russia is accused of “having occupied” these republics.
Georgia’s national football team preparing for a game with Armenia 2011-01-21 14:01 Head coach of the Georgian national football team Temuri Ketsbaya revealed a list of players engaged in preparing for a friendly match with Armenian team.
Insubordination committees to be opened across Georgia 2011-01-21 13:20 11 insubordination committees were opened in Georgia.
Georgian diplomats going to Strasbourg 2011-01-21 12:34 Tonight, the delegation of the Georgian diplomats is going to Strasbourg to take part in the winter session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
Georgia to insist on canceling Sukhum and Tskhinval’s recognition in PACE 2011-01-21 11:46 At the upcoming meeting of the Assembly in Strasbourg, members of the Georgian delegation in PACE will raise the issue of Russia’s compliance with the resolutions taken by the organization on Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Refugees expelled from Tbilisi “paradise”
Tbilisi is facing clashes between refugees and the police. People oppose “beneficial” transfer to the country’s remote districts where they will be given houses and nothing else: no jobs, no hospitals, no schools. Unfortunate refugees whose return to places they lived before the first half of 1990s is impossible, are like a sore on the shining face of the capital of Georgia. They occupy buildings that can be sold well; their poor belongings scare tourists and bring Georgia’s international rating down.
Saakashvili embarks on a “dialogue enforcement” operation
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili again gave away his main dream of starting negotiations with Moscow. He must be realizing that only a dialogue with Russian party will let him preserve at least one chance of escaping the dock of the Hague tribunal. However, admitting one’s mistakes is not the way the Georgian leader is ready to follow. That’s why his statements on the necessity to activate a negotiating process are somewhat hysterical.
GRR: Georgian Rapacious Road
Management of the Georgian railroad seems to be asking for a prosecutor’s inspection. According to the Labourites, the management has obtained bonuses for themselves exceeding the salary of common employees thousand times. Monthly payments at the various levels of the corporate ladder of this state monopoly also differ hundreds of times. But Mikheil Saakashvili takes no control over the railroad corruption, so long as head of the GRR Irakly Eguzbaya supports the current regime at the elections, as Conservative Bidzina Gujabidze explained to GeorgiaTimes.2011-01-21 17:38
Nogaideli attacks Mishiko with United Russia
Georgians start to realize that slogans and criticism against United National Movement party have little sense. The only thing that does spoil the impression of the republic abroad is Russia’s cold silence. Kremlin obstinately refuses to acknowledge Saakashvili as a sane person and sees no point in wasting its precious time on him. On the other hand, private contacts with Moscow keep being reestablished by disgraced oppositionists. Zurab Nogaideli who resigned from the Movement for Fair Georgia because of the intra-party split officially declares himself as a partner of United Russia.
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