Thursday, 23 February 2017
Archive by 2011-02-02
Military reform being successfully realized in Georgia 2011-02-02 19:49 This fact was stated by Head of the republic’s Ministry of Defense Bacho Akhalaya. He says the conducted military reform has already been appreciated by the United States and NATO.
Defense and security conference is held in Georgia 2011-02-02 18:29 A conference on Georgia’s defense and security is held in Batumi.
Burjanadze coming back from Davos 2011-02-02 17:55 Nino Bujanadze has come back from Davos where she took part in the events of the World Economic Forum.
Saakashvili is sure of North-Caucasian citizens’ love for Georgia 2011-02-02 17:03 Granting the right of a visa-free entrance into the territory of Georgia to the citizens of North-Caucasian republics significantly improved the attitude of the regional residents towards the Georgian state. This was stated by Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili.
Ukrainian TV channel to shoot a film about Vakhtang Kikabidze 2011-02-02 15:29 Ukrainian TV channel Inter will soon start shooting a film about the legendary Georgian singer and actor Vakhtang Kikabidze.
Georgian border guards took sportsmen for terrorists 2011-02-02 14:47 Georgian border guards detained the Turan Azerbaijani football team, having suspected the sportsmen of terrorist activity.
OSCE to appoint a spokesman for South Caucasus 2011-02-02 14:11 According to the media, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) may appoint a spokesman for conflicts in the South Caucasus in the course of a winter session of the Parliamentary Assembly.
Georgia to cope with “inflation press” – Ministry of Finance 2011-02-02 13:48 Head of Georgian Ministry of Finance Kakha Baindurashvili stated that the country’s government is planning to take the growing inflation under control.
Georgia letting Turks in to pray and have a wash
In Bendukidze’s times, everything was sold in Georgia except one’s conscience. Now conscience is sold here as well. The freedom of conscience is bought by Turkey. Saakashvili’s government has allowed the Turks to reconstruct four mosques, two of which will spite Georgian Armenians, while the rest will enhance Ottoman economic influence over Adzharia. Ministry of Culture assures that this is the only chance to prevent the destruction of the ancient Georgian temples in the Turkish territory. Georgian Orthodox Church is opposed to it, for Ankara could be pressed upon via UNESCO. The juiciest point of the new agreement, however, is the reconstruction of a Turkish bath-house in Batumi.
Georgians tired of a wolf’s life
The real situation in Georgia and the government’s verbiage about the wonderful life there resemble scissors edges inevitably drawing apart. According to Saakashvili, his people live in a new Eden, a country of democracy, brilliant opportunities, astonishing innovations and a bright future. But reality is less talkative, though more eloquent. Georgians are eaten in the proper sense of the word: in the twenty-first century, people are devoured by wolves in the most advanced world country.
Chernovetsky to win over Tbilisi with his money and personality
Leonid Chernovetsky, mayor of Kiev who broke down under a heavy political burden, decides to move to Tbilisi as actively rumored in Kiev’s corridors of power. No doubt it’s great luck for the capital of Georgia. Tbilisi will acquire an important resident not only because Chernovetsky will drag his capitals here but also because he is a flamboyant personality. The only thing to do is organize official resignation for the mayor of Kiev.
United National Movement refuting mathematical laws
United National Movement has published its financial declaration. According to the presented documents, the party in power received nine-million-dollar revenue last year, mainly due to common citizens’ donation. Such zealous support allegedly provided by the electors to the president and his henchmen looks strange. Still greater doubts are caused by definite figures specified in the report. Ideological secretary of the Labour Party Kakha Dzagania and economic expert Soso Tsiskarishvili told GeorgiaTimes whether these figures are close to reality.2011-02-02 21:45
Tbilisi confesses of political masochism
Instead of drawing conclusions that aggressive rhetoric against Russia has no sense, Georgia keeps consoling itself in self-deception thinking that any failure can be turned into an advantage. Last week the European parliament unambiguously informed official Tbilisi that the topic of Abkhazia’s and South Ossetia’s “occupation” is closed. With a slap on the face, Sakartvelo strategists have chosen a strange way to maintain appearance: they state they asked PACE for this “favor”.
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