Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Archive by 2011-03-04
Vashadze: European Union supports Georgia 2011-03-04 19:33 As was stated by head of the Georgian MFA Grigol Vashadze, European Union countries support Georgia’s unity and territorial integrity.
Georgia adopted European Neighbourhood Policy work plan 2011 2011-03-04 19:13 This was reported by Vice Prime Minister Georgi Baramidze.
Tourists in Batumi to drive in a velo-taxi 2011-03-04 18:31 Authorities and tourist agencies of Batumi decided to surprise the guests of the city by a new tourist service.
Georgian investors entering WFIC 2011-03-04 18:02 Georgia became the second country after Lithuania in the post-Soviet space that became a full WFIC member.
Georgian Orthodox Church delegation visited Moscow 2011-03-04 16:33 Тhe meeting was held at the Department of Foreign Church Relations of Moscow patriarch.
Georgia reckoning to increase the volume of foreign investments 2011-03-04 15:36 This year, National Investment Agency of Georgia is expecting the volume of foreign investments to increase by 30 percent.
UN recommends Georgia to hold tighter control over drugs 2011-03-04 14:23 International Drug Control Union acting under the UN’s aegis has revealed an annual report.
Georgian military ready to defend opposition 2011-03-04 13:44 Well-known Georgian General Gia Uchava has stated that he would arrange special troops for the protection of the oppositional peace actions.
USA Embassy saving Trialeti
Today morning, while watching TV, residents of the Georgian town of Gori could see that Trialeti channel was operating as usual, though the previous evening it suddenly interrupted broadcasting. It happened almost immediately after the speech of oppositional leader Nino Burjanadze in the Hot Line talk-show. The citizens of Stalin’s motherland must know that they owe the work of the TV channel to the USA Embassy in Georgia. It is not the first time the embassy acts as a mediator between the journalists and the government.
Lawyers call to keep Saakashvili in Georgia
If the European Union views itself as a democratic alliance, then president of Georgia and some of his ministers must not be allowed in the territory of Europe, as proposed by the Association of Lawyers concerned over persecutions against its members. People that try to defend human rights are taken to prison while Mikheil Saakashvili keeps advertising wonderful democracy in Georgia
Mishiko dying to get to NATO via Afghanistan
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili became a SWAT fighter for half a day. One of these days, he visited Special Department at the Ministry of Defense and even took part in the training. In the course of the visit, Georgian leader repeated that despite the growing losses, Sakartvelo military contingent will continue taking part in the anti-terror operation in Afghanistan. According to Saakashvili, it might help establish democracy and peace in the Islamic republic. GeorgiaTimes correspondent talked to well-known Georgian and Russian experts Gia Melitauri and Anatoly Tsyganok about what the2011-03-04 19:53
Opposition: smell of jasmine in Georgia
It seems Mikheil Saakashvili is particularly fond of roses, the symbol of the 2003 revolution. As for jasmines, he will most probably hate them. Georgians reduced to despair by his dictatorship have to beg the state for handouts like food and electricity. Now they are given a marvelous example to follow after the victory of “jasmine revolutions” in Arab countries. All opposition forces speak about coming collapse of the regime. Saakashvili’s accomplices too come to understanding that earth beneath them is burning.
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