Tuesday, 06 December 2016
Archive by 2011-03-01
Georgia has used 2 billion dollars of donors’ assistance 2011-03-01 19:35 Georgia has used 2 billion dollars of the donors’ assistance allocated to the country after a conference in Brussels in 2008.
High-tech medical center to be opened in Tbilisi 2011-03-01 18:46 The center construction became possible due to private investments from Azerbaijan.
Tbilisi to discuss Russian-Georgian relations 2011-03-01 17:57 A round-table talk on the topic of “Russian-Georgian relations in the media: why only negative?” will be held in Tbilisi on March 2.
Georgia wants to export olives 2011-03-01 17:05 Olive plantations will be set up in Georgia in the nearest time within the area of 500 hectares.
Saakashvili: Georgians should get ready for a price growth 2011-03-01 16:18 President of Georgia has warned the country’s population against high prices and inflation.
USA helping Georgian farmers 2011-03-01 15:29 A mechanization service center sponsored by American Mechanization Project will be opened in East Georgia.
Mandzhgaladze: Georgia and EU became closer to each other 2011-03-01 14:34 Georgian president’s Press Speaker Manana Mandzhgaladze considers a decision on introducing a facilitated visa regime with the European Union to be an important step on the way of Tbilisi and Brussels’ rapprochement.
A sea resort to be built in Gagra 2011-03-01 13:43 Abkhaz government gave its permission for the construction a new sea resort in Gagra.
Georgian president’s website attacked by hackers 2011-03-01 12:40 As a result of hackers’ activity, the informational resource of the Georgian head was unavailable.
Georgia muffing Khvanchkara
Georgian government failed to register the right of selling Khvanchkara wine in the USA. Raw material for the wine is produced in the only spot on the planet – the region of Racha. It turned out that the trademark has long been patented by Dozortsev and Sons Company that has been importing Georgian wines to America for many years. Georgia does not agree with the exclusive rights owned by a Soviet emigrant from Odessa and intends to go at law with him. Meanwhile, it was Dozortsev and Sons that made local wines more or less popular abroad.
America almost out of Georgian trap
Russian-US reset heralded by the famous “red button” that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s gave as a present to Russian FM Sergey Lavrov, is not going smoothly. With Russian stand on Georgian issue remaining unchanged, the United States of America have to maneuver desperately in the wilds of diplomacy with the Department of State slightly pushing official Tbilisi to peaceful settlement of problems with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Washington admits that the Caucasian republic is a major failure in US-Russian relations.
Mishiko attacking Germany
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili continues enjoying himself. In an interview given to one of Lithuanian periodicals he stated that the greatest obstacle on Sakartvelo’s way to European Union and NATO is… Germany! Not so long ago, by the way, official Tbilisi toadied to Berlin, calling on the Germans to act as mediators in settling the complicated relations with Moscow. Georgia’s attacks against Merkel and company were discussed by GeorgiaTimes correspondent with Director General of the National Strategy Council Valery Khomyakov and expert of the Caucasian Department of the Institute of2011-03-01 21:21
Japan rejects “Russian occupation”
The phrase “Russian occupation” must have a magic meaning for Sakartvelo’s politicians who can repeat it again and again like a mantra hoping, apparently, to turn the time back when Abkhazia’s and South Ossetia’s independence was not recognized. This all is understood: there is nothing but magic they can rely on in this issue. Yet, Georgian parliamentarians are poor magicians. No matter how strong Shota Malashkhia’s desire was to take advantage of Japan’s territorial claims toward Russia, Tokyo is immune to the spell of the word “occupation”.
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