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USA did not support Tbilisi’s Caucasian policy 2011-02-25 19:09 U.S. recognized Georgia's attempts to develop connections with the Russian North-Caucasian republics as "increasing tension in the region".
New construction industry appeared in SO 2011-02-25 18:22 This fact was declared by Minister of Regional Development of Russia Victor Basargin. According to him, Moscow and Tskhinval’s task is to focus upon the development of economical and social sphere of the Transcaucasian republic.
Streets renamed in Georgia 2011-02-25 17:02 A number of streets in the Georgian towns of Gori and Kaspi have been renamed in connection with the Occupation Day that is marked today in the republic.
Saakashvili: relationship with RF will get better 2011-02-25 16:13 As was stated by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, as soon as Russia withdraws military bases from Abkhazia and South Ossetia and signs a peace treaty with Tbilisi, relationship between the two countries will be restored.
Saakashvili: Georgia presents no problem for the Olympics in Sochi 2011-02-25 15:21 Georgia presents no problem for the Olympic Games to be held in Sochi.
Saakashvili is not going to be at enmity with Russia 2011-02-25 14:27 President of Georgia gave another interview to the FIC TV channel.
Internet to rescue Georgian jewelers 2011-02-25 13:58 Georgian jewelers penetrate the international market with the help of the Internet.
IMF foretelling problems for Georgian economy 2011-02-25 12:57 IMF gave a number of recommendations to the Georgian government.
Knights Templars hiding behind Iliya II
The fame of the legendary Templars Order and its tragic end at the beginning of XIV century entailed by the avidity of French monarch Philip the Beautiful has been exciting the sensitive minds all over the world for many centuries. There are such minds in Georgia as well. They set up their own version of the spiritual knights’ order but the speculations of the newly-made templars around the name of Catholicos Patriarch Iliya II who allegedly blessed them for the revival of the ancient military brotherhood caused resentment of the primate of the Georgian Church.
Georgia does not like Bruce Talley’s Abkhaz generocity
Georgia is facing another challenge – the next wave of recognition of Abkhazia’s independence, and the most unpleasant one. That’s a true stab in the back: American investments are flowing in the former autonomy. American businessman Bruce Talley announced his intention to build a hotel in the republic. The fearless American is in danger of becoming widely known. Very soon his name will be mentioned on every street and the U.S. State Department is going to be attacked by messages about the Georgian law being violated.
Tbilisi invents saboteurs and gets scared
Losing all hope to aggravate the situation in Caucasus, Georgia seems to be focusing on a media war. Tbilisi claims that Russia is allegedly training a “Georgian battalion” consisting of ethnic Georgians. As the republic’s mass media report, these people will organize all kinds of sabotage acts in the region. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed the myths disseminated by the Georgian side with Konstantin Sivkov, a well-known politologist.2011-02-25 15:16
Who will make Saakashvili follow Mubarak?
Saakashvili risks facing the Egyptian scenario, as Tsotne Bakuria, a former parliamentarian thinks. The current president of Georgia has too much in common with dethroned Hosni Mubarak, former leader of Egypt. The protest wave that is surging up inside the Georgian society is likely to grow into civil unrest. Then Mikheil Nikolozovich who reshaped the Constitution to take PM’s position forever, might be cast down and expelled from the country. In spite of all this, Mishiko continues to enlarge his family’s treasury at the expense of Georgian citizens.
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