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Archive by 2011-02-21
EU’s aid to former Soviet countries may be reduced 2011-02-21 19:45 Members of the European Union propose to cut down the assistance to former Soviet countries and send the spare resources to Arabian countries.
Georgian opposition complaining to U.S 2011-02-21 19:39 United States Ambassador to Georgia John Bass received a list of 52 persons who are considered to be political prisoners from the oppositional spokesmen.
Saakashvili: we mush provide for ourselves 2011-02-21 18:17 According to Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, the republic has got certain potential in agriculture, that’s why there is a possibility of creating a strong agricultural complex.
Delegation of Council of Europe to arrive in Georgia 2011-02-21 17:49 On February 22, the delegation of the monitoring mission of the Secretariat-General of the Council of Europe will arrive in the Georgian capital.
Georgian MFA reckoning on Washington’s support 2011-02-21 17:18 Deputy Head of Georgian MFA Nino Kalandadze stated that Tbilisi welcomes the work of the American experts of the Congress on settling conflicts in Georgia and expressed hope that Washington’s support will become an “extra stone” in building safety in the Caucasus.
Georgian former parliamentarian facing imprisonment 2011-02-21 15:24 Former parliamentarian Sandro Bregadze may find himself behind the bars for seven years. Law-enforcement authorities are accusing him of disorderly conduct with the use of fire arms.
Georgian MFA knows nothing of American investments in Abkhazia 2011-02-21 14:56 Georgian foreign policy administration is checking information on an American company's intention to build a five-star hotel in Abkhazia.
Vashadze to visit Czech Republic 2011-02-21 14:37 Head of Georgian MFA Grigol Vashadze will pay an official visit to the Czech Republic February 24-25.
Georgian NGOs demanding liberation of political prisoners 2011-02-21 13:50 Leaders of several Georgian NGOs announced the preparation of large-scale protest actions demanding to liberate political prisoners.
Georgia took Japan at a kind word
Chairman of parliamentary commission for Georgia’s territorial integrity restoration Shota Malashkhia stated that the parliamentarians will surely consider the issue of the “occupied” Japanese territories by the Russian Federation. These ideas dawned upon the Georgian government after a meeting with Japanese Ambassador Masayoshi Kamohara. Japanese diplomats are expected to respond by confirming the territorial integrity of the Caucasian republic at the international level. Mikheil Saakashvili and his regime desperately need this moral support. After arranging an alliance with the Japanese, Sakartvelo won’t look so stupid.
Mishiko dreads return to USSR
It seems Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili views himself as Niccolo Machiavelli, a wise statesman who easily manipulates others in order to achieve anything he wants. At least, this is confirmed by WikiLeaks archives published by Russian Reporter. These materials also show that Saakashvili is the only one who thinks so. His “prey” easily escapes clumsily set nets leaving the Georgian cunning man empty-handed.
European parliament buries Tbilisi’s hopes
The European parliament’s resolution criticizing Russia’s judicial system has made quite a stir. Many Russian politicians and public figures as well as European experts keep discussing it actively. Naturally, Georgian politicians and journalists have seized the chance to “spite” Russia once again. GeorgiaTimes correspondent asked Sergey Markov, Russia’s State Duma deputy, how external forces can use this document against Russia.2011-02-21 18:30
USA to punish Georgia with money
Barack Obama’s administration submitted the plans on providing financial assistance to foreign states to the Congress. In 2012, Washington will continue sponsoring democratic and non-democratic regimes in various countries. Georgia will also get its share. It remains among the White House’s financial favourites; however, its share will be reduced by several percent. Experts know that the subsidy amount directly depends on the extent of the State Department’s support of this or that country. Consequently, the USA now trust Georgia four percent less.
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