Monday, 27 March 2017
Archive by 2011-03-05
No mimosa from Abkhazia for this March, 8 2011-03-05 19:32 According to Abkhaz Agricultural Research Institute, the information about the Abkhaz mimosa brought to Russia being contaminated is the result of competition.
New joint statement on settling Nagorno-Karabakh conflict adopted 2011-03-05 18:57 The parties decided “to complete the prisoners exchange in the nearest time” and expressed the desire to “settle the disputable issues peacefully".
Georgia and South Ossetia dividing water and gas 2011-03-05 17:49 Official Tbilisi received a warning from South Ossetia concerning gas.
Administrative Code of Azerbaijan to be amended 2011-03-05 17:06 A relevant decree has been recently signed by President of the country Ilham Aliyev.
Jihad announced to Muammar Kaddafi’s troops 2011-03-05 15:34 Mullahs of Libyan town of Ez-Zavia announced jihad to Muammar Kaddari’s troops.
The law put on Georgian Railways again 2011-03-05 15:32 In their lawsuit, a number of Georgian landowners protest the amount of compensation for the land that Georgian Railways is planning to pay them.
Baramidze: Abkhazia and South Ossetia are territories of drug trafficking 2011-03-05 13:06 Vice PM of the Georgian government, State Minister for Integration in European and Euro-Atlantic structures Giorgy Baramidze referred to South Ossetia and Abkhazia as to the territories that are potentially dangerous in terms of drug traffic expansion in the region.
Kobalia making way to Singapore
It looks like turning Georgia into Singapore becomes an obsession for its governors. Tbilisi projectors, who have long been living in a virtual reality, are not in the least embarrassed by the true hardships of the Georgian economy. In their work, they are usually guided by the principle that “if something is not allowed but one has a great wish – then it is allowed”. It seems the charming Minister of Economy and Sustained Development of Georgia Vera Kobalia also adheres to this principle. It is difficult to think of any other reasons for choosing Singapore as a stock platform to offer the shares of the Georgian Railways.
Georgia disillusioned with Europe
Gradually Tbilisi gets disillusioned with its western allies. As representatives of the authorities and expert community agree, international structures do not offer Georgia as much assistance as it would be desired. Still more often Georgians recollect the times when the United States were governed by president George Bush and the country received a powerful financial and political support. Today’s Georgia is full of grievances towards its partners for their reluctance to integrate Georgia’s fading beacon of Caucasian democracy into their ranks. GeorgiaTimes asked State Duma deputy Sergey2011-03-05 12:57
West finds a substitute for Saakashvili
Mikheil Nikolozovich’s patrons from the West gradually come to understanding that their current favorite has flunked the “Center’s task” to put it mildly. Georgia’s ruling regime has completely discredited the ideas of “color revolutions”. The country failed to become NATO’s military stronghold. And there is nothing to say about fruitless attempts to lessen Russia’s influence in Caucasus that Tbilisi continues. Because of failed “Saakashvili project” the West quietly starts considering substitutes for the Georgian president.
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