Thursday, 23 February 2017
Archive by 2011-01-27
Border trespassers detained in SO 2011-01-27 19:32 As was reported by Russian FSS Border Administration in South Ossetia, two Georgian citizens were detained near Balta location of Znaursky region of the republic.
The Labourites published income declaration following the Conservatives 2011-01-27 18:37 Georgian Labourites spent over $277 thnd within a year.
Socar – largest taxpayer in Georgia’s fuel market 2011-01-27 18:09 Union of Oil Products Manufacturers, Importers and Consumers named the largest tax payers of 2010.
Kobalia greenlighting Bollywood 2011-01-27 16:55 The issue of shooting an Indian movie in Georgia was discussed during Vera Kobalia’s meeting with a group of Bollywood producers.
Georgia and Somali set up diplomatic relationship 2011-01-27 16:28 Now the countries have diplomatic and consular relations.
Georgian oppositionists met with PACE leaders 2011-01-27 15:31 Head of the Free Georgia oppositional movement Kakha Kukava and leader of the People’s Party Koba Davitashvili met with PACE President Mevlut Chavushoglu.
Serge Sargsyan: we would rejoice at Russia and Georgia’s reconciliation 2011-01-27 14:43 President of Armenia Serge Sargsyan stated that he wishes Georgia-Russia relationship switched onto normal track as soon as possible.
Tbilisi presenting a reform program to NATO 2011-01-27 14:03 A program of reforms and steps to be taken this year by Georgia in the context of cooperation with North-Atlantic Alliance is to be presented in Brussels today.
A warning from opposition: Saakashvili is buying a Boeing 2011-01-27 13:32 President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili is planning to buy a Boeing-787 at a minimum cost of 150 million dollars.
China makes poor Georgia starve
Mikheil Saakashvili loves boasting of things that don’t exist. Among the hits is his statement that Vladimir Putin imitates him in everything. Apparently, Mishiko considers Georgia as a fantasy world behind the mirror where things happen the other way round and time flows back. A month ago Putin had a live talk with the nation, and now the Georgian leader decided to show “the right” way of communicating with people. The boaster from Tbilisi was shown live on First Caucasian Channel answering questions of Georgians.
Saakashvili speaks of democracy on FCC
Mikheil Saakashvili keeps following the path of Russian PM Vladimir Putin. Recently reactivated First Caucasian Channel (FCC) showed him answering questions of his compatriots concerned over the future of their country. As we know, Mishiko is not good at dialoguing. His strongest point is a metaphoric monologue on a topic. Here too Mikheil Nikolozovich, who considers himself a real democrat, exaggerated stating there is no ideal form of democracy. Surprisingly, Human Rights Watch, a rights protecting organization, agrees with him claiming that the rights protecting sphere in Georgia leaves much to be desired.
Leader of Sakartvelo stuck in a parallel world
The recent TV bridge called “President listening to the people” when Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili communicated with the people revealed a sad fact that the president listens only to himself. The president’s statements about the number of people who come back to the republic exceeding the number of people who leave it were particularly bright against the background of the total emigration and mass banishment of the forced emigrants from Tbilisi.2011-01-27 21:04
Georgia ruined by crocodiles and Putin
At the beginning of his way in power, Mikheil Saakashvili said: “I like what Putin is doing”. His then image of a revolutionary democrat went against Putin’s European reputation of a dangerous “neoimperialist”. Still, “to do as Putin” became the Georgian president’s slogan. He hates his idol, blaming him for every mishap in Georgia and calling him a hungry crocodile but to be like VVP is the purpose and meaning of his political life - a strange and unhealthy dependence which Saakashvili cannot get rid of.
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