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Archive by 2011-03-23
Expert: Nagorno-Karabakh conflict can’t be settled in a military way 2011-03-23 19:44 Тhis opinion was voiced today by the U.S. Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Armenia Marie Yovanovitch.
Technical and economic assessment prepared for oil refinery construction in Black Sea water area 2011-03-23 19:11 Тhis was stated in the course of the government hour in parliament by Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Alexander Hetaguri.
Georgia to export olives and blackberries 2011-03-23 18:32 Тhis was stated by Minister of Agriculture Bakur Kvezereli.
Opposition suggests that Kvezereli should resign 2011-03-23 18:11 The issue of the termination of powers of the Georgian Minister of Agriculture Bakur Kvezereli was raised today at the parliament session.
Alasania: USA are sponsoring Georgian opposition 2011-03-23 16:42 Leader of the Free Democrats Irakly Alasania reported that the U.S. authorities have sponsored the work of several oppositional organizations in Georgia.
Georgia to live in debts 2011-03-23 16:16 In the opinion of Minister of Finance Kakha Baindurashvili, the country’s development is impossible without foreign debt.
Tbilisi to organize an oil and gas conference 2011-03-23 14:59 A GIOGIE-2011 international conference will be held in Tbilisi on March 29-30 on the issues of oil, gas, energy and infrastructure.
UN hotline to become available in Georgia-Abkhazia conflict zone 2011-03-23 13:52 UN office in Tbilisi has stated the intention to set up a hotline for discussing urgent matters in the zone of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict.
No European values left in Georgia – French ambassador 2011-03-23 13:15 French Ambassador to Georgia Eric Furnier criticized the official Tbilisi’s policy concerning the freedom of word.
Kobalia: Trump to breathe life into Georgia 2011-03-23 12:20 Minister of Economy and Sustained Development of Georgia Vera Kobalia is sure that the contribution of a well-known American businessman Donald Trump in the country’s economy will significantly revive the real estate sector of the republic.
Caucasian prisoners: Georgian lawlessness in Abkhazia
Another meeting in the context of the incidents preventing mechanism took place today at the border of Georgia and Abkhazia. The Abkhaz party demanded bringing back a citizen of the republic Merab Kolbaya abducted by Georgian special services on February 16. But his disappearance is just one of the stages of a multi-step combination devised by Sakartvelo’s law-enforcement authorities. It’s time the Abkhaz authorities appealed not against the single cases of abduction but against a new strategy of the Georgian security officials that may put many people of the country in Georgian prison.
Chemicals gone to Gilauri’s head
Georgian authorities display rear imagination seeking the ways to save national economy: one day they invite South-African Boers to raise the agriculture, the other day they call on Uzbeks to invest in tourism. The outcome of these efforts is zero, though. That’s natural: so long as the country’s economic policy is based on the government’s insane fancies, the dividends will remain a dream. Yesterday, Prime Minister Nika Gilauri contributed to the flight of imagination that is so popular among the Georgian authorities. He predicted that Georgia may turn into a large exporter of household chemicals and hygiene products.
Laborists reveal Mishiko’s secret to Obama
President Mikheil Saakashvili’s trip to the United States was followed by another event – the opposition’s voyage. Shalva Natelashvili, leader of the Labor Party, made quite a noise in Washington presenting a number of curious initiatives and picketing at the walls of the White House calling for Saakashvili’s dismissal. Our correspondent asked Kakha Dzagania, the Labor Party’s ideological secretary, if the oppositionist had been heard on Capitol Hill.2011-03-23 22:15
Tokyo asks for money, Tbilisi offers love
Japan is still in a desperate battle to overcome disastrous consequences of the earthquake provoked by a new tsunami. Georgia decides to contribute to the rescue effort. Deputy FM Nino Kalandadze reports that Georgia will send its rescuers and humanitarian aid to Japan. Yet, the Japanese representation in Tbilisi asked to provide money aid only. Japan can’t receive extreme “tourists” when hundreds of thousands of country citizens are staying in the open air under radioactive rain.
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