Thursday, 27 October 2016
Archive by 2011-02-03
Citizen of Georgia trialed for child care 2011-02-03 18:16 A citizen of Georgia who escaped to Russia for the sake of the future child's health will be trialed in Izhevsk.
Kids refused to praise Mishiko 2011-02-03 17:34 Georgian children were given a task to write a composition "Misha is great" which led to a scandal.
Georgian authorities calling on citizens to give up trips to Egypt 2011-02-03 17:18 Georgian Foreign Ministry called on the citizens of the country to refrain from traveling to Egypt.
Georgian prisoners to get the right of long-term communication 2011-02-03 16:30 Each 24-hour meeting will cost 60 laris.
Obama demanded that Saakashvili leave North Caucasus alone – opposition 2011-02-03 15:36 During the recent meeting of Mikheil Saakashvili and Barack Obama, the U.S. president demanded that the head of the Georgian state stop his “speculations on the North Caucasus”. This was stated by famous Georgian oppositionist Lasha Amirejibi.
Baku to help Georgia with railroad construction 2011-02-03 15:01 According to Deputy Minister of Transport of Azerbaijan Musa Panakhov, the Georgian party will get extra credit in the context of the Baku-Tbilisi railroad construction project.
Gilauri met with American senators 2011-02-03 14:17 Head of the Georgian government Nika Gilauri discussed the resolution on the “occupied territories” with American senators in the context of his visit to the U.S.
Kvezerelli: Georgia suffers no foodstuff deficit 2011-02-03 13:35 Head of Georgian Ministry of Agriculture Bakur Kvezerali stated that the country’s population has got no grounds for panicking because of the absence of food supply.
Mishiko ready to adopt Islam to spite Russia
The cobbler should stick to his last and the president should not exercise someone else’s functions. For instance, he should not try on a theologist’s gown. That’s what the restless Saakashvili has been doing of late, ready to seek for allies anywhere – in Europe or on Mars. Things have not yet got to little green men; still, Mishiko has already made curtseys to Vatican. Now he decided to enlist sympathies of Mohammed’s adherents and is moving towards them with his arms dangerously open.
Georgian opposition getting at Washington
It is no coincidence that Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili dwelled so much on social and economic prospects of the Caucasian republic. It looks like by his metaphoric eloquence he tried to distract the public’s attention from one curious event: leader of the Our Georgia – Free Democrats oppositional party Irakly Alasania went on a visit to Washington. The politician is going to have dinner with American leader Barack Obama. Mishiko is horror-stricken: everyone knows what kind of slogans Alasania promotes among the electorate.
Saakashvili dooms tourists to starvation
Opening a renovated building of Kachreti vocational college, Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili made a public statement that foreign tourists are more and more interested in the country forecasting that in 2011 three million tourists will come to Georgia. GeorgiaTimes correspondent asked Ruslan Kharabua, leading expert of Caucasus Department at the Institute of CIS countries, if the words of the Georgian leader on a drastic increase in the number of travelers from abroad can be trusted.2011-02-03 18:20
Americans to reeducate Sakartvelo’s intelligence service
Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili is eccentric as usual. He has invented a fantastic way of punishing his compatriots who are at fault. Gela Bezhuashvili, head of the intelligence service, with whom the president is not totally satisfied, has been given – not the sack – but a chance of improving qualification in the USA. One of Georgia’s most influential politicians has one month and a half to reconsider his behavior. Bezhuashvili looks disgraced: there is no worse punishment for the country’s number one secret agent than going to “upgrade his professional level”. And the president is as determined as ever.
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