Saturday, 21 January 2017
Archive by 2011-02-08
Municipal elections to be held in Kodorskoye Gorge for the first time 2011-02-08 19:08 51 people are on the list of electors in the upper part of Kodorskoye Gorge.
Tbilisi withholds comments on ABM radar 2011-02-08 17:53 Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia David Dzhalagania stated on February 7 that "it's not yet time" to make any comments on the proposal made by four American Republican senators about the possibility of locating NATO's anti-ballistic missile (ABM) radar in Georgia.
Expert: Tbilisi provides support to Umarov and other terrorists 2011-02-08 16:53 Georgia provides support to the terrorists acting in the North Caucasus. This was stated by Russian political expert, President of Scientific Society of Caucasian experts, Doctor of Historical Sciences Alexander Krylov.
Mandzhgaladze: energy vouchers as government’s modest aid 2011-02-08 15:49 Press Speaker of the Georgian president Manana Mandzhgaladze confirmed information that since February 10, the country’s authorities start issuing special vouchers to pay for electric energy.
Saakashvili postponed his speech before parliament 2011-02-08 15:19 Head of the Georgian state Mikheil Saakashvili has postponed his speech before the parliament of the country.
Georgian authorities found a substitute to Stalin’s monument in Gori 2011-02-08 14:31 Georgian Ministry of Culture reported that a memorial to victims of the “five-day war” in August 2008 and Stalin’s reprisals will be erected instead of the dismantled monument to Iosiph Stalin in Gori.
Moscow and Tskhinval to execute a number of agreements 2011-02-08 13:55 According to Head of South-Ossetian MFA Murat Jioyev, five interstate cooperation agreements are to be signed between Tskhinval and Moscow in the nearest future.
EU allocated money to construct houses for Georgian refugees 2011-02-08 12:55 A memorandum on providing financial assistance by EU for the construction of 22 residential buildings for the forcibly displaced persons from Abkhazia and South Ossetia has been signed between the European Union leadership and Georgian authorities.
“Ecocide” to cure Tbilisi of envy
Georgia has entered the path of legal arguments still hoping to win the case launched in the International Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg against Russia on massive deportation of Georgian citizens in 2006. Before this is done the Caucasian republic wants security. Now Georgia wants file another suit against Rosneft company because of the company’s plans to start oil exploration and production on the Black Sea shelf in Abkhazia. Tbilisi considers these actions as a gross violation of international law and a number of Georgian laws.
Journalists eager to get to Khatuna’s “paradise”
Georgian human right defenders and journalists demanded that the government should let them into prisons. They have been so attractively described by Minister for Execution of Sentences Khatuna Kalmakhelidze that it would be logic to show the people the mentioned democratic achievements, such as three-star hotels for prisoners’ meetings and up-to-date prison clinics. If convicts really live in such “resort” conditions, then there is no harm in every five Georgians out of one thousand being kept in a place of detention.
Saakashvili the Peacekeeper’s Munich tour
Mikheil Saakashvili continues wasting his breath on empty promises. Having stated his model of a “peaceful and united Caucasus” almost half a year ago, Georgian leader rebukes Moscow for its unwillingness to cooperate with Tbilisi and creating a tense situation in the region. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed with Deputy General Director of Political Technologies Center Foundation Sergey Mikheev and expert of Efficient Policy Foundation Pavel Danilin whether one should expect any proposals for the Russian party from the Georgian president.2011-02-08 20:27
“Heritage” to start yelling together with Mishiko
In September 2009 Europeans saw all falsehood of Saakashvili regime when Heidi Tagliavini published her report acknowledging Tbilisi as responsible for unleashing bloodshed in August 2008. In the meantime, with Barack Obama’s advent to power American string-pullers tried to distance themselves from Mishiko. But Saakashvili policies still have supporters. Heritage foundation, known for its exploits, will promote his myths in the USA.
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