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BLACKSEAFOR Naval Group military training to start in early April 2011-03-30 20:02 Spring training of the BLACKSEAFOR Naval Group will start in the first decade of April in Turkish Istanbul.
Gilauri believes he has led Georgia out of recession 2011-03-30 18:38 His opinion was voiced today during the final debates in parliament.
Third stage of Old Tbilisi’s New Life project to be launched soon 2011-03-30 18:21 The third stage of the project called “Old Tbilisi’s New Life” is expected to be launched in the nearest time.
Vephvadze: Georgian government is inadequate 2011-03-30 17:46 Georgian parliamentary opposition doubted the adequacy of the Georgian government today during the final hearings in parliament.
Audio-guides to be used in Adzharia 2011-03-30 17:14 Very soon, a new tourist service will be available in Adzharia – a paid audio-guide.
German Ambassador went to West Georgia 2011-03-30 16:46 Тhe ambassador is going to meet representatives of local authorities and examine the Inguri hydroelectric station today in Zugdidi.
A meeting held between Georgian and Turkish MIA representatives 2011-03-30 16:02 A meeting of the second joint commission of the Georgian and Turkish MIA representatives was held in Tbilisi.
Use of illegal SW decreased by two percent in Azerbaijan 2011-03-30 14:05 This data is taken from the recent report by IDC Research Company.
Georgian law on state budget to be amended 2011-03-30 13:41 A number of amendments will be made to the Georgian law on the state budget. According to the amendments, 357 885, 0 thousand laris are to be allocated for servicing and covering debt liabilities.
Tbilisi to sponge Bulgaria of Russian money
Georgia’s dreams of the European Union acquire a fixed shape. It is Bulgaria that found itself at the Caucasian politicians’ gunpoint – a small Balkan country that was recently taken under the wing of Europe and North-Atlantic Alliance. Speaker of Parliament David Bakradze believes that Bulgarian experience can be successfully applied to Georgian realities. But local government needs a serious lobby in the European association so that it could realize its own idée fixe. For some reason, Georgian officials decided that official Sofia will defend their interests in NATO and EU in the best way possible.
Strong Opposition: Bitsadze vs Gachechiladze
Georgia’s oppositionists keep fighting against each other instead of getting united in a joint effort for a new regime. The scandal over “corrupt” Georgi Gachechiladze that broke out a few months ago, unexpectedly continued in Munich. The activist of the Georgian Party attacked the disseminator of defamatory rumors – Badri Bitsadze. The aggrieved man and his wife Nino Burdzhanadze call this incident “nonsense” and “a provocation” while politologists suspect that the entire show is directed by the authorities.
Sakartvelo’s criminal connection with Russia
Official Tbilisi has grown used to blaming his northern neighbour for all the economical misfortunes and political failures. “Moscow’s hand” is discovered both in the Georgian officials’ Portuguese debauches and terrorist attacks against opposition. But however hard Saakashvili’s presumptuous regime tried to attribute its own incompetence to the Kremlin agents’ schemes, common people perfectly understand that the life level cannot be improved without interaction with Russia. They are even ready to breach the law. The fact is reconfirmed by the current scandal around the Georgian illegal aliens in Minsk.
West sick of Georgian aggression
Aggressive insults Georgian leaders throw at Russia cause vivid rejection of the population of the republic. Despite Tbilisi’s active attempts to present the northern neighbor as an enemy the dominant majority of people see Russia as a brotherly country. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed reasons that make Georgian authorities escalate aggressiveness of their speeches, with Vladimir Khomeriki, president of The Union of Russian and Georgian Nations foundation.2011-03-30 11:13
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