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Saakashvili blaming China for foodstuff price growth 2011-01-25 20:07 As was stated by President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, foodstuffs inflation is explained by the fact that many world countries started developing rapidly and their demands are growing.
Georgia afraid of Russia again 2011-01-25 19:18 Georgian Foreign Minister believes that the location of the Tochka-U operational-tactical missile complex in South Ossetia clearly speaks of Russia’s preparation of another secret military aggression against Georgia.
Iliya II to meet with Queen of England 2011-01-25 18:18 Georgian patriarch is going to meet with the Queen of England in London.
Georgian Labourites have got only one question to Saakashvili 2011-01-25 17:46 When will he leave his post?
Kokoity to dissolve Ministry of Economy 2011-01-25 16:34 President of SO Eduard Kokoity is going to dissolve the Ministry of Economic Development.
Ministers of Transport of Georgia, Turkey and Azerbaijan to meet in Tbilisi 2011-01-25 15:28 A meeting of Georgian, Turkish and Azerbaijani ministers of transport is to be held today in the Georgian capital. They are to discuss the future of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars project.
US to give no weapon to Georgia - Shevardnadze 2011-01-25 13:39 In the opinion of former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze, the United States won’t supply arms to the republic. The reason is not only a reload between Washington and Moscow.
Citizens of Georgia were not wounded during a terrorist act in Domodedovo 2011-01-25 12:34 Georgian MFA reported that no citizen of Georgia was wounded during a terrorist act in the Russian airport of Domodedovo.
Georgia to give gas pipeline to Azerbaijan?
Mikheil Saakashvili’s state visit to Armenia went on in a warm and friendly atmosphere, as they used to put it in Soviet times. Georgian leader underlined that there are no outstanding or complicated problems in the two countries’ relationship. He said he talked to his Armenian counterpart only about the possible unification of the two states’ economies. However, in this cloudless communication the watchful experts saw Saakasvhili’s determination to avoid a compromise with Armenians in one of the most delicate issues of bilateral relationship, the future of the North-South gas pipeline.
Chacha for Vysotsky
Why did Georgia attract Vladimir Vysotsky? Did it attract him by friends’ generosity, abundantly laid tables or an opportunity to give recitals? By all these things put together, perhaps. Georgian audience returned like for like: the halls where “Hamlet” from Taganka gave his concerts were practically always full. Neither is Vladimir Vysotsky’s name forgotten in Georgia today, thirty years after his decease. On the eve of the 73rd anniversary of his birthday, GeorgiaTimes talked about him to Victoria Popova, director of Cultural Center named after Jiuli Shartava in Tbilisi.
Mishiko chokes Sargsyan with love
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili’s visit to Armenia was accompanied by incredible embarrassment. Before that Georgian PM Nika Gilauri publicly announced that his country is number one energy supplier to its neighbor state. Now Mishiko feels extraordinary love for the Armenian leader and wants to become closer. It is unknown what feelings Serge Sargsyan has for the man whose dominant party infringes upon rights of Armenians in Samtskhe-Javakhetia. But judging by this fact, Mikheil Nikolozovich will have to use all his metaphoric eloquence to convince his counterpart that the bright future2011-01-25 16:39
Second birth of First Caucasian Channel
First Caucasian information channel is back on TV with the company’s managers announcing there will be no strictly political programs. One might recall Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili’s speech on importance of the Russian language and its role in rapprochement between nations when this channel was opened presenting purely propaganda shows. What is the situation this time?
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