Saturday, 29 April 2017
Archive by 2011-04-04
HSBC Bank Armenia Is the Best Again 2011-04-04 20:07 For the third time the CJSC HSBC Bank Armenia was recognized the best bank in Armenia and HSBC in the region in the category “The Best Bank of the World’s Developing Markets in Asia”.
Georgia will be Discussed During the Spring Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe 2011-04-04 18:30 During the Spring Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) which will take place in Strasbourg from 11 to 15 April 2011 Georgia’s compliance with its obligations as a member of the Council of Europe is planned to be discussed among other subjects.
China Thinking over Investments in Georgia 2011-04-04 17:28 Chinese businessmen spoke about the possibility of large investments in Georgia.
Russia and Georgia will Co-operate in the Power Industry 2011-04-04 17:06 Russia and Georgia are planning to sign a memorandum of co-operation in the sphere of power.
Tbilisi May Bring Another Suit to Moscow 2011-04-04 16:21 Tbilisi can address the International court to bring another suit to Moscow.
Kobalia: Poti port is sold 2011-04-04 15:29 The sale of Poti port was officially confirmed today by Minister of Georgian Economy Vera Kobalia.
Georgia against building casino in Gagry 2011-04-04 15:16 Ministry for Sports and the Georgian Olympic Committee are going to express protest against the construction of a casino and entertainment centers in the territory of Gagry.
Call for bids for developing tourist zone in Anaklia is over 2011-04-04 14:45 The call for bids for the participation in the first stage of developing a tourist zone in Anaklia is over.
Alasania: Russia’s speech in WTO is beneficial for Georgia 2011-04-04 14:07 One of the leaders of the Georgian opposition Irakly Alasania stated that Russia’s entrance in the World Trade Organization will be useful for Georgia.
FIC lost in Petersburg
Journalists of the First Information Caucasian channel were arrested during an unauthorized meeting in Petersburg. Besides the agreed shooting, Tbilisi guests could not withstand the temptation of watching the Russians demand the government’s resignation. It looks like the meetings in the Caucasus held in the specified area of FIC’s activity seemed not enough for them, for they have not been informed of the arrest of Gia Burjanadze in front of the Ministry for the Execution of Sentences in Tbilisi or of a protest action held by refugees during the parliamentary debates with Minister Koba Subeliani.
What’s inside Sakartvelo’s jails
Looks like Khatuna Kalmakhelidze’s next birthday present will be a black cloak and a scythe. Mistress of Sakartvelo’s prisons is the real Death Maiden under whose keen surveillance prisoners die one after another. Prison mortality rate in Georgian penitentiaries has gone up by a third as compared to last year. Georgia’s ombudsman Georgi Tugushu has reported on facts of ill-treatment of prisoners. And what did Mrs Kalmakhelidze reply? “I didn’t read the report but I condemn these acts”.
Why does Tbilisi fear Moscow?
It’s common knowledge that Tbilisi looks on Moscow as a number-one enemy. But according to journalist Vakhtang Shelia, Russia is now playing not only the role of the South-Caucasian axis of evil. Shelia presented it as the initiator of a slaughter in Kirghizia, the coups in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan and a power capable of changing other countries’ political regimes like a pair of gloves. Georgian analyst, Director of the Institute of Regional Safety Alexander Rusetsky told GeorgiaTimes why Tbilisi politicians dread Moscow.2011-04-04 12:47
Negotiations on WTO failed at a positive point
The first round of negotiations between Moscow and Tbilisi on Russia’s entrance in WTO that started on March 9 in the Swiss Bern ended in nothing. The two countries’ delegations only agreed on resuming discussions in April. Russian party characterized the outcome as a failure but Georgian officials preferred softer wording. Now Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze has stated that negotiations are held “in a positive way”. Still, Mikhail Saakashvili’s latest statements confirm the Russians’ rightness.
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