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Archive by 2011-01-26
Aliev Arrived in Switzerland 2011-01-26 18:55 Today the President of Azerbaijan Ilkham Aliev arrived in Switzerland for an official visit.
Georgian Party Comments on Saakashvili’s Declaration 2011-01-26 18:32 The Georgian Party thinks that in the TV project “President Answers People’s Questions” President Saakashvili presented to the public a deformed picture of the social and political situation in the country, said the press service of the opposition party on Wednesday.
One More Resort to Be Built in Georgia, but First to Be Sold 2011-01-26 18:03 According to Business Georgia, the government is planning to sell the Sairme Resort LLC.
SO nervous at Saakashvili’s statements 2011-01-26 16:55 Foreign Ministry of the Republic of South Ossetia expressed concern about the statement made by M.Saakashvili this January 25 on the air of the FIC channel (First Caucasian Information Channel).
Citizens of four villages held a protest action in Tbilisi 2011-01-26 16:18 They demanded a meeting with the prime minister and complained about their governor.
Georgia’s foreign trade turnover in 2010 was 6.7 billion dollars 2011-01-26 14:44 In 2010, Georgia’s foreign trade turnover was 6, 678 billion dollars (excluding unorganized trade), which is by 21% more than in 2009.
Lithuania liked TV bridge between Saakashvili and people 2011-01-26 13:54 According to Lithuanian Ambassador to Georgia Jonas Paslauskas, a TV bridge between President of the Republic Mikheil Saakashvili and the people is a good example of the kind of communication that should be set up between the authorities and the people of a country.
Washington: Russia and U.S. will not confront each other because of Georgia 2011-01-26 13:32 According to Spokesman of the U.S. National Security Council Michael Hammer, Moscow and Washington are to achieve mutual understanding about the situation in Georgia. One does not necessarily have to make conflicts because of different approaches to this country and its current regime.
Mobile experiments on Georgian students
Georgia is a couple of steps ahead of Russia in joining Bologna process. The more interesting it is to watch Georgia meeting the requirements of national education integration into the European system. One of these days, registration of students wishing to temporarily change their higher educational institution was announced across the country. That’s the first Georgian experiment on introducing “mobility”. The experts fear lest it should add more chaos to the sphere of higher education.
Fighting for sanctuaries: Georgians against themselves
Conclusion of an extraordinary treaty is expected between Georgia and Turkey with Georgia acquiring the right to restore four churches in Eastern Turkey and authorizing construction of four mosques in its territory. Yet, as is usually the case in diplomacy, the path of good intentions is full of hidden obstacles. Turks are ready to comply with the contract while Georgians get stuck failing to settle internal differences. Let’s follow the developments.
Refugees call West to quiet Saakashvili
Georgian authorities continue oppressing forced evictees from Abkhazia and South Ossetia that live in Tbilisi. A police operation aimed at expelling refugees from buildings has been on for several days in the capital. Poor people are ready to seek political asylum in the West. Will Europe and the States help Georgian citizens in their struggle against country leaders? Alexander Shalamberidze, People’s Party political secretary expressed his opinion in an interview with GeorgiaTimes.2011-01-26 21:51
PACE tired of Sakartvelo
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe was devised as a platform for dialogues and cooperation, where each participant has the right of expressing his mind freely on any matter but it was not devised for Georgian politicians. PACE’s winter session was opened yesterday and there were hardly any doubts that Tbilisi delegates would again turn the session into a battlefield, having practically paralyzed the work of the Assembly.
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