Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Archive by 2011-03-14
NATO’s corner opened in Georgian Technical University 2011-03-14 19:42 NATO’s Information Center has been opened in Georgian Technical University today.
Georgian banks increasing credit rates 2011-03-14 18:43 Before this January, the interest rates had been going down, while at the beginning of the year they grew by 1,5-2 percent.
Donald Trump sold his brand to Sakartvelo 2011-03-14 18:06 According to the Georgian Foreign Ministry, the details of the deal have not yet been revealed.
RF and Abkhazia agreed on order of using military firing grounds 2011-03-14 17:45 Representatives of the Russian and Abkhaz Ministries of Defense agreed on the issues of the joint usage of military firing grounds.
Inflation in Georgia in February 2011 was almost 3 percent 2011-03-14 16:56 In February 2011, inflation level in Georgia was 13,7 percent compared to last February.
Georgian population is not ready for emergency actions, experts say 2011-03-14 16:03 Such opinion was expressed by participants of a TV discussion on the topic If There Is War Tomorrow.
Georgia and Solomon Islands established diplomatic relationship 2011-03-14 15:26 Georgia will develop bilateral relationship with Solomon Islands in compliance with the international law fundamental standards.
GRW paid 14 million laris of compensation 2011-03-14 15:04 For today, there have been bought 630 land plots out of 860, 54 dwelling houses out of 78 and compensation has been paid to fourteen out of 22 businesses.
Georgian government to create agricultural development plan 2011-03-14 14:21 Georgian authorities created a special commission aimed at developing the country’s agricultural area.
Bakradze gets marching orders from Israel
Reception is denied to speaker of Georgian parliament David Bakradze and his colleagues by their Israeli counterparts. The scheduled visit is undesirable in view of the suit over two Israeli businessmen that is held in Tbilisi. They were accused of bribing a minister with the Georgian government’s debt to their company Tramex being USD 100 mln. Georgian justice helps Mikheil Saakashvili’s government to “square accounts” with the Jews. But residents of the Promised Land won’t forgive Georgian democrats for that.
Shevardnadze defending the Russian language
A new conflict of ideologies and generations following Turgenev’s Fathers and Sons seems to be growing in Tbilisi. While President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili is trying to cure the strong psychological complexes that he acquired after August 2008 with the help of a small war that he launched against the Russian language, his predecessor on the post of the head of state Eduard Shevardnadze defends the global spread of Tolstoy’s and Dostoyevsky’s language in the Georgian society.
A meeting in Cyprus: business “splitting the bottle” three ways
Georgian oligarch Gogi Topadze told the media about the details of a recent meeting of businessmen from Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Cyprus. He said that all the participants confirmed the importance of cooperation despite political obstacles. The Beer King, as Topadze is called in Georgia, is the only one who ventured to share the information publicly. That’s understandable. There are enough of those in all three countries who estimate such business negotiations as treachery of one’s motherland. But reasonable people perfectly understand that it’s high time to draw new contours of the economical map of Transcaucasia.
Georgian women-prisoners to embark on hunger strike
Georgian women-prisoners are going to embark on hunger strike in the nearest days. They complain about the unbearable living conditions in prisons. While Minister for the Execution of Sentences Khatuna Kalmakhelidze is trying to build “Euro-zones” in the country, human right activists and experts are telling horrible stories about the situation on the other side of the prison fence. Leader of the Former Political Prisoners for Human Rights non-governmental organization Nana Kakabadze stated her intention to support the protest action of the convicted women in an interview to GeorgiaTimes.2011-03-14 20:05
Saakashvili sets out on dollar hunt
Today is the first day of Mikheil Saakashvili’s trip to the United States with the Georgian president planning to discuss investments into the republic’s economy with US businessmen and Dominique Strauss-Kahn, WMF director. The next item on Saakashvili’s agenda is a meeting with multi-billionaire Donald Trump. GeorgiaTimes asked Valery Khomyakov, director general of National Strategy Council and Sergey Demidenko, expert at the Institute of Strategic Analysis and Evaluations, if Saakashvili’s campaign will be successful.2011-03-14 13:26
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