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Archive by 2011-02-28
Scheduled electric power outage in some of Tbilisi regions 2011-02-28 19:35 Electric power supply to a part of Vakiysky region of Tbilisi will be temporarily interrupted because of the power network reconstruction routine works on March 1 and 2.
Visa regime facilitated between Georgia and European Union since March 1 2011-02-28 18:51 An agreement on facilitating the visa regime between Georgia and European Union comes into force tomorrow.
Saakashvili called on delegates to get closer to people 2011-02-28 18:14 President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili called on members of his political team to mobilize and get as closer to the electors as possible.
National Bank of Abkhazia celebrating anniversary 2011-02-28 17:22 Presently, the banking system of the Republic of Abkhazia includes National Bank of the Republic of Abkhazia and 15 credit organizations.
Tbilisi outraged by Torshin’s statement on Georgia’s involvement in Domodedovo blast 2011-02-28 16:05 Georgian ministry of foreign affairs resents over a statement made by Russia’s deputy chair of Federation Council Alexander Torshin accusing Georgia of involvement in the terrorist attack in the airport of Domodedovo in Moscow in January 2011.
EU relies on Russia in Karabakh conflict 2011-02-28 14:39 Peter Semneby, completing his service as a EU special representative for South Caucasus stated that the European Union is concerned over continued escalation of tension around Nagorny Karabakh.
OSCE to return to conflict zones 2011-02-28 13:57 Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe is planning to monitor the contact area of the conflicting parties.
A scandal broke out around a famous national brand in Georgia 2011-02-28 13:33 A scandal broke out in Georgia around the Khvanchkara wine brand.
USA will have to sponsor democracy in Georgia once again 2011-02-28 12:34 For the first time in many years, USA took a decision to sponsor democratic reforms in Georgia.
Mishiko repairs his holed throne at the expense of hydropower plant
Mikheil Saakashvili’s government is actively trying to distract their citizens from the thoughts of a popular revolt. The Minister of Energy Alexander Khetaguri gave the president a heap of power-related projects implying the completion of seventeen new hydroplant stations in Georgia before 2015. And, therefore, thousands of working places. The Caucasian republic is being pushed to the implementation of similar plans by the petroleum crisis that arose during the mass revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa. The only riddle is where the Georgian leader and his companions are going to get the money for the expensive building project.
Gamsakhurdia’s case: 15 years for truth
Tsotne Gamsakhurdia, son of the first President of Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia, is facing a real prospect of spending the next 14 years in prison. Public prosecution requires prolonging the sentence of Gamsakhurdia who has already been convicted for an attempt to give a 274-dollar bribe. The accused and his attorney consider the case to be a political one. That’s true: Gamsakhurdia decided to embark on advocacy in prison. The government assessed the start of his own political career at seven additional years that Tsotne is going to spend at a penal colony.
Tbilisi carried away with genocide of Circassians
Georgian authorities still think they are a global political force able to punish those who offend “weak and unprotected” nations of North Caucasus oppressed by Russian authorities. Georgia is trying to act as a fair and unbiased judge ready to bring peace to this long-suffering region. However, these attempts look still more trite and pitiful. Muhamed Cherkessov, chair of Adyge Hase public organization, revealed true intentions of Georgian politicians for GeorgiaTimes.2011-02-28 19:01
Georgia’s occupation day
For the first time Georgia proclaims the Day of Soviet Occupation on February 25, 2011. Indeed, it looks like a gloomy day for the country. Firstly, it would be more correct to call it the Day of Black Ingratitude of Georgian leaders. Secondly, not all citizens have been brainwashed and while the authorities are trying to get away from “the confounded Soviet past” renaming streets being unable to do anything more significant, those who have not been fooled by official propaganda, recall bygone days of prosperity.
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