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Archive by 2011-03-15
Free Democrats getting ready to change power by way of elections 2011-03-15 19:14 Leader of the oppositional party Our Georgia – Free Democrats Irakly Alasania stated that they are getting ready to change power by way of elections.
MIA Internet page as most popular Georgian site 2011-03-15 18:47 MIA Internet page is the most visited website in the Georgian segment of the world network.
Sakartvelo crossed out of list of dangerous countries 2011-03-15 17:49 Israel crossed Georgia out of the list of the countries being dangerous for visiting.
Experts recommend handling the situation in Georgian pharmaceutical market 2011-03-15 17:22 Such opinion was expressed by economic expert Demur Giorkhelidze at the meeting with the Christian Democrats parliamentary fraction.
Deputies of Verkhovna Rada to visit Sakarvelo 2011-03-15 15:05 Today, deputies of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine will pay an official visit to Georgia.
Expert: theoretically, Russia may enter in WTO bypassing Georgia 2011-03-15 14:50 Such opinion was expressed by Georgian political expert Gela Vasadze.
Golden Brand 2010 decided in Tbilisi 2011-03-15 12:59 Diplomas were awarded this time to 46 companies.
Trump wound Sakartvelo round skyscraper
Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili is still on his visit to the United States. The local mass media already tagged the agreement for the construction of two premium-class skyscrapers signed with the billionaire Donald Trump as one of the successes of the Sakartvelo leader’s American voyage. However, the enthusiasm turned out to be, mildly speaking, a bit exaggerated: even the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not know at whose expense the buildings will be erected. Now all Mishiko’s hopes rest upon the international fair of tourism in Miami, where he will speak on the investment appeal of his country.
Saakashvili changing name to spite Russia
Everything flows, everything changes and nothing remains constant. It may happen that you wake up one morning to learn that the president of your country has changed name. The point is not that another person took the helm of the state after elections. Everyone knows that the name of leader of Sakartvelo is Mikhail Saakashvili. But now people will have to get used to a new fact: he is not Mikhail but Mikheil. What does this unusual name mean and why is the Georgian president displeased with the previous one?
Anti-Armenian hysteria in Georgia
The Assembly of Armenians of Tbilisi has issued a special statement in response to anti-Armenian propaganda in Georgian mass media, i.e. a story on ITV.ge featuring Armenian bloggers calling the European Commission to support establishment of an autonomy in the territory of Javakh. In reply, the Georgian press launched an insulting campaign full of threats against Armenians. Agasi Arabyan, a leader of the Armenian diaspora of Javakh in Russia, comments on the situation in an interview with GeorgiaTimes.2011-03-15 14:27
Mikheil’s second WTO chance
Positions of Saakashvili’s regime in the international arena were considerably shattered after Washington’s decision to start a “reset” with Moscow. A recent statement by US vice president Joe Biden that Russia’s WTO entry is America’s strategic goal made things even worse for Mishiko. After the fiasco of Russian-Georgian talks in Bern, Russian FM Sergey Lavrov said Tbilisi’s consent is not needed at all. If this is true, it means that the Georgian president has completely lost all support of the White House and is now politically dead.
Onishenko keeps eye on Khvanchkara
Russia’s chief sanitary doctor Gennady Onishenko gives one more chance to Georgian wines that crave for the Russian market by reminding that the ban on wine imports was introduced five years ago. Yet, carried away with unequal fight with domestic economy Georgians seem to be missing the boat. Certainly, not all is lost: the Caucasian republic can resume selling drinks to its neighbor provided the products undergo serious control on the border with Russia. Otherwise, sooner or later Georgia will have to put up with the fact that best known Georgian wine brands will be patented by Russian manufacturers.
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