Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Archive by 2011-04-07
Onoprishvili: budget increase by 350 million laris is unjustified 2011-04-07 19:31 Such opinion was voiced by former Minister of Finance of Georgia, member of Our Georgia – Free Democrats political party David Onoprishvili.
Hindus interested in East Georgia farmland 2011-04-07 18:53 Тhe interest is attributed to the opportunity of further cultivation of cereals and vine crops.
Georgia still waiting for Moscow’s answer on “terrorist attacks in Kutaisi” 2011-04-07 18:27 This was stated by Georgian MFA today.
Georgia takes part in business forum in Sarajevo 2011-04-07 17:06 Тhe Georgian party will be represented by Minister of Economy and Sustained Development Vera Kobalia.
Appathurai: Georgia will become NATO member if it wants to 2011-04-07 16:24 Today, Spokesman of NATO Secretary General in the Caucasus James Appathurai spoke about Georgia’s evident progress on the way of integration to NATO.
Georgia preparing Easter amnesty 2011-04-07 15:30 Georgian State Pardon Commission is planning to grant pardon to a number of prisoners by Easter.
Moldavian delegation to visit Georgia 2011-04-07 15:10 Today, the delegation of the Republic of Moldova starts a visit to Georgia.
Georgia owing WHO and ILO 2011-04-07 14:37 Georgia has to fulfill all the debt obligations to these organizations in the nearest time.
Saakashvili to show his “August” to Europe
On April 14, the world at last is going to see Renny Harlin’s 5 Days in August. The film will show the events of the war in South Ossetia in compliance with Mikhail Saakashvili’s version. The long-suffering movie will demonstrate the artistic power of Val Kilmer and Andy Garcia paid for by the Georgian taxpayers. However, the future of Hallin’s movie will evidently be as sad as the outcome of Mikhail Saakashvili’s adventure in August 2008.
People of Sakartvelo Sick Of “Democracy”
Georgians lose trust in efficiency of reforms pursued by Saakashvili’s regime year after year. According to the poll carried out by the National Democracy Institute, 44% of the respondents believe that the republic has no democracy at all. Does that mean that the country’s opposition now preparing springtime protest rallies will have more supporters? GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed that with Manana Nachkebia, leader of New Rights and Nino Ratishvili, a Public Expertise Assembly NGO member.2011-04-07 18:21
Sakartvelo’s new burden
Every day, Georgian government promises the people some growth – in investments, salary, export or agricultural production. But the real growth can be seen only in prices, corruption and death rate… as well as in the state debt that has passed the point of four billion dollars. This week, the parliament is to change the law so that the government could increase the debt burden. Expert Soso Tsiskarishvili told GeorgiaTimes correspondent what it will mean for common Georgians.2011-04-07 14:52
The Fuchs Case Against Investments
Mikheil Saakashvili never misses an opportunity to remind of a wonderful investment climate he has created in Georgia. Still, despite all his efforts, foreigners are not in a hurry to invest in the country’s economy. The ruling clan is ready to lure investors from Uzbekistan. Now, however, even tenuous hopes for Uzbek millions are doomed to never come true: the verdict against two Israeli businessmen Ron Fuchs and Zeeva Frenkel confirms that Georgian courts defend interests of the authorities.
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