Saturday, 21 January 2017
Archive by 2011-03-31
Georgia’s economic growth in February 2011 – four percent 2011-03-31 20:17 According to preliminary assessments, Georgia's economic growth indicator was 4,2 percent this February.
Georgian citizens facing capital punishment for killing a child 2011-03-31 18:19 This was reported by the detainees’ attorney Salome Dzhordzhadze.
Georgia reported growing deficit of current account of pay balance 2011-03-31 17:48 The information was revealed today by National Bank of Georgia.
Petriashvili: Georgia got out of economic crisis 2011-03-31 16:45 Тhe statement was made by First Deputy of the Georgian Minister of Finance Papuna Petriashvili.
GRW chose best stewards 2011-03-31 15:37 Georgian Railway completed a competition on selecting stewards and future train guards for new Georgian Railway trains.
Gambia supported Georgia’s sovereignty 2011-03-31 15:09 Political consultations between two countries were held in Gambia.
Terrorists prepared a terrorist attack against Kutaisi 2011-03-31 14:48 A successful special operation was reported by law-enforcement authorities of Kutaisi.
Georgian ombudsman to provide a report on human rights 2011-03-31 13:48 Today, a report on the situation with human rights in the country in 2010 will be submitted to the Georgian parliament.
Decameron in Georgian style. Philosophy instead of sex
Georgia hosts the premiere staging of Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron – a set of erotic short stories yet untackled by Georgian directors. Levan Tsuladze has given it a try, and the “human comedy” by the Italian writer of the Renaissance appears absolutely new in his interpretation. As the author says, this is a story about ways “the world goes mad”.
USA arming Sakartvelo with old weapon
Despite American Senator John McCain’s recent calls to supply defensive weapon to Georgia, the United States do not hurry to render such doubtful help. Besides, some of the Pentagon representatives mention the necessity of training the Georgian army, for instance, head of European Command Admiral James Stavridis. However, he also added that Washington does not supply Tbilisi with modern weapon systems. An ambiguous statement was discussed by GeorgiaTimes correspondent with a famous Russian military expert Konstantin Sivkov.2011-03-31 20:40
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