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Archive by 2011-04-08
Javakh expatriate community in Russia is against Kars-Akhalkalaki-Tbilisi-Baku project 2011-04-08 19:31 This was stated in the materials of the community’s press service.
Georgia established diplomatic relations with Antigua and Barbuda 2011-04-08 18:08 This was reported by the press service of the Georgian foreign policy administration.
Cosmonaut training base may be built in South Ossetia 2011-04-08 17:00 Russian specialists are planning to build a base for cosmonauts training and rehabilitation in the territory of South Ossetia.
FIC channel to get extra 20 million laris 2011-04-08 16:27 20 million laris will be appropriated by the state budget of Georgia to sponsor the Russian-language FIC channel.
Turkish MFA: Bagapsh’s visit is informal 2011-04-08 15:47 Turkey attaches much importance to strategic partnership relations with Georgia based on friendship and wide cooperation in all spheres.
Baindurashvili: Georgian budget may be increased again 2011-04-08 15:01 Such assumption was made today by Georgian Minister of Finance Kakha Baindurashvili.
TIG: Georgia’s media market lacks journalist competition 2011-04-08 14:46 TIG called on the National Regulating Commission for Communications of Georgia to give the priority of license issuance to the news TV channels.
Wine laboratory to be sold 2011-04-08 14:21 Georgian government has reported its plans on selling Wine Laboratory.
Adventures of investors in Georgia
Georgia keeps hunting foreign businessmen. After Ron Fuchs and Zeeva Frenkel the Georgian authorities turned to Turkish investors. Iyaman Chagatay, director of Doruk Nit and Rood Company is accused of misappropriating a GEL 1.2 concessional loan. Moreover, the entrepreneur is charged with legalization of illegal incomes and falsification of customs documents. Who will come next?
No one to open holiday season in Ajaria
Georgia’s current authorities have chosen a strange way of bringing the country to the shining tops. It’s always curious to see Sakartvelo’s “know-how”. Recently president Saakashvli was boasting that the parliament will abolish colleges and invite young people to parliament straight from school – indeed, this is the right thing for the country’s prosperity. Now it turns out that the tourism will be developed in no less unconventional manner. Ajarian authorities have marked the start of a new vacation season by dismissing the department for tourism.
Reconstruction a-la Tbilisi
Tbilisi Mayor’s Office started the third stage of the “old town” rehabilitation. To carry on their activity, developers have to get accustomed to the new requirements and conditions. Now, if they want to own the territories for construction, companies are obliged not only to resettle the “unwanted” residents to new houses but also to provide the necessary development of regional infrastructure. Thus, a serious burden is laid on constructors’ shoulders: they are forced to correct a strained situation in the housing stock of the Georgian capital practically at their own expense.
The danger of Georgian debt is its payment
World Health Organization and International Labour Organization decided to remind Georgia of repaying the earlier accumulated debts. Last year, WHO appropriated over six hundred dollars to the Caucasian republic for fighting pig flu but the latter failed to conquer the virus. Today, Georgian government is again going to open a reserve fund where it will take one percent of all the money it has got there. There is an impression that in a country where Health and Social Programs Agency has been abolished the Ministry of Health is a nomenclature administration that is to conceal the president and2011-04-08 20:47
Baramidze’s NATO fantasies
Today, Special Representative for South Caucasus and Central Asia of the Secretary General of the North-Atlantic Alliance James Appathurai paid an official visit to Tbilisi. The high-ranking NATO functionary arrived in Georgia to prepare a meeting between heads of the foreign policy administrations of the Alliance member countries and the Caucasian republic. Before the dear guest’s visit, State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Georgy Baranidze tried to explain why Tbilisi is so eager to get to NATO. According to him, entering in the alliance will defend the country against Russian aggression and the government against the opposition.
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