Monday, 24 April 2017
Archive by 2011-01-24
Nogaideli setting up a new party 2011-01-24 19:21 Georgian oppositionist Zurab Nogaideli has set up a new party with practically the same name as the previous one – Fair Georgia.
Azerbaijan to receive almost 30 million dollars for democracy development 2011-01-24 18:52 USA are to allocate 29,3 million dollars to Azerbaijan in 2011 for democracy development.
A social mutiny possible in Georgia 2011-01-24 17:24 According to a new American rating, Georgia goes among top-five countries in the world facing a threat of a social mutiny.
Tbilisi relying upon Minsk’s loyalty 2011-01-24 16:48 They believe in Georgia that a thaw between Minsk and Moscow won't make Byelorussia recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia’s independence.
Tbilisi opposed to Mistral sale to Russia – Kalandadze 2011-01-24 15:42 Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze reported that the official Tbilisi is still opposed to the sale of the “universal” Mistral assault ship by France to Russia.
Georgia spent over 2,5 million dollars on American lobbyists –media 2011-01-24 14:52 Georgian media report huge sums spent by the country’s authorities in favour of American lobbyist groups.
Saakashvili to listen to Georgian people 2011-01-24 13:31 A TV-bridge will be held this week, where President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili will communicate with the people of the republic.
Saakashvili wants to be friends with Armenia 2011-01-24 12:44 According to Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, Yerevan and Tbilisi must do everything possible to enhance further bilateral relationship.
Saakashvili building castles in the air of Kakhetia
Mikheil Saakashvili’s unrestrained enthusiasm in developing Georgia is universally known. Every day he brings forth new initiatives aimed at turning the country into a bulwark of stability and well-being. Though the majority of his innovative ideas are either political bluffing, or economically unfeasible, Mishiko is keeping his head high. Yesterday, during his trip to Kakhetia, the restless Georgian leader produced another portion of remedies for the country.
USD 222 as sex penalty
For your information: if you wish to make love in a car in Georgia you must have USD 222 on you. This is the amount to be quickly passed through the car window to a policeman so that he didn’t cut you short at climax. Penalty for lovemaking in a car has been introduced in the Caucasian country for the first time. Patrol policemen will be in charge of catching lovers and defining the penalty amount. Tragicomic events à la Mexican soap operas served as a precondition for this novelty.
Sargsyan to bill Saakashvili for electricity, gas and Javakh
Preparation of Mikheil Saakashvili’s official visit to Armenia has evidently become one of the most trying tests for Georgian diplomacy these latter days. Yerevan and Tbilisi’s relationship may be called much heated, if not red-hot, so Sargsyan and Saakashvili have got a lot to talk about. The confrontation between the two countries’ political elites basically originates in Georgia’s unreasonable policy. The possible details of negotiations between the two leaders were discussed by GeorgiaTimes correspondent with Director of Institute of Political and Social Research of the Black and Caspian2011-01-24 20:53
Tbilisi jealous of Ankara’s attention to Moscow
Turkey meets Russian FM Sergey Lavrov. As a member of the Joint Strategic Planning Group he has already discussed a number of important issues with his counterpart Ahmet Davitoglu. In addition to abolishment of visa regime between two states, the sides talked about the situation in South Caucasus, reconciliation in Cyprus and the Middle East as well as other problems. Saiid Jalili, Iran’s National Security Supreme Council secretary and Katherine Ashton, EU high representative for foreign affairs and security policy will soon join the ministers. Georgia is not expected at the “feast”. But now Saakashvili is more concerned over seeds and eco-art paying little attention to close contacts between his former allies and Moscow.
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