Sunday, 26 March 2017
Archive by 2011-03-29
Georgian banking sector to face big changes 2011-03-29 20:37 Experts believe there can be a number of mergers and acquisitions.
Georgia to be visited by Latvian businessmen 2011-03-29 18:23 Тhis was stated by Georgian Ambassador to Latvia Konstantin Korkelia in an interview to the journalists.
Vephvadze: Georgian authorities to get stuck in financial debt pyramid 2011-03-29 17:37 Such opinion was voiced in an interview to the journalists by Spokesman of Christian Democrats, Vice Speaker of the Georgian Parliament Levan Vephvadze.
Gachechiladze: a country’s interests should prevail over personal ones 2011-03-29 15:19 Co-chairman of the oppositional Georgian Party Levan Gachechiladze has called on the entire Georgian society to put the country’s interests over personal ones.
Saakashvili welcomes a dialogue on Electoral Code 2011-03-29 14:48 Тhe statement was made by the president’s Press Speaker Manana Mandzhgaladze.
Georgian pharmaceutical scandal 2011-03-29 14:11 Тhe scandal may affect 420 thousand Georgian diabetics depending on insulin.
Chalabashvili: Georgia is a mouse that must sit still 2011-03-29 13:30 Temur Chalabashvili, a well-known Georgian poet stated that his country should not interfere in Russian-US relations.
EU feeding Georgia with “small carrots”
Having encouraged six former Soviet republics with a doubtful initiative called Eastern Partnership, the European Union pays less attention to this concept day by day. No wonder: the prospect of opening the borders with Azerbaijan, Armenia, Byelorussia, Georgia, Moldavia and Ukraine does not seem attractive to the Europeans, and the very attempt to create a new anti-Russian coalition is a failure for some objective reasons. But it looks like Brussels decided to show the bait, feeling the “partners’” growing displeasure.
Circassian Issue: History against Politics
On March 24 Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University) held a conference entitled “Circassian Issue: Historical Memory, Historiographic Discourse, Political Strategies” that mass media took as a “response” to Georgia that has organized a number of similar events already. However, the organizers assert that it is an attempt of a serious, scientific dialogue on the Circassian problem. MGIMO scholars want to leave politics behind, though it’s quite impossible - the topic is much too scandalous.
Shashkin to divide the country into castes
Georgian school children and their parents have had enough “nice” things from head Georgia’s ministry of education Dmitry Shashkin. Mikheil Saakashili’s favorite, he does not care at all that people under his care are not happy about new additional exams or crowds of foreign teachers. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed what consequences the destructive policies in education will lead to with Petre Mamradze, a deputy of Georgian parliament.2011-03-29 23:05
Saakashvili the Villain disappointed his teacher
Mikhail Saakashvili is ill-bred. That is the opinion of his predecessor Eduard Shevardnadze who lost office in the “rose” revolution. After his resignation, the Georgian politician liked to give advice to the young generation on how to rule the country and who to make friends with. Now Shevardnadze has sadly stated that the precious lessons were neglected by Mishiko. He causes a lot of doubts as a ruler and his strained relationship with American leader Barack Obama and the absence of such with the Russian tandem lead to destruction.
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