Monday, 20 February 2017
Archive by 2011-04-14
Georgian Labourites appealed to NATO 2011-04-14 20:06 At today’s press-conference, the journalists were familiarized with the appeal by International Secretary of Labour Party Nestan Kirtadze.
Georgian ombudsman: KVN teams’ recent joke is disgusting! 2011-04-14 19:15 Georgian ombudsman Georgy Tugushi characterized a humorous reply of the Koza Nostra KVN team of Tbilisi Medical University recently aired by Imedi TV channel as “disgusting”.
Democratic Movement: Saakashvili’s lie cost the people 1,5 million laris 2011-04-14 18:40 Such statement was made today at a briefing before the journalists by representative of the Chief Council of the Democratic Movement Manana Sulukvadze.
The media: authorities preparing Burjanadze’s arrest 2011-04-14 17:58 Sakartvelos Respublica disclosed information on the Georgian authorities’ plans to arrest former Speaker of Parliament of Georgia Nino Burjanadze before the end of May 2011.
Georgia to export tomatoes to Holland 2011-04-14 17:31 Last year, tomatoes grown in the greenhouses of this company were supplied to Moldavia, Bulgaria and Byelorussia.
Technical Losses Commission to be set up in Georgia 2011-04-14 15:36 The intention to establish a Technical Losses Commission was recently stated by Georgian PR Nika Gilauri during a meeting with representatives of the country’s private sector.
Mikhail Saakashvili: international investors trust Georgia 2011-04-14 15:06 Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has highly appraised the issue of new Eurobonds to the amount of 500 million dollars by the republic’s government.
Oppositional Group of Eight arranged a tour of Georgia 2011-04-14 14:14 Representatives of the oppositional Group of Eight conducting a dialogue with the country’s authorities on reforming the electoral environment started to hold meetings with the residents of the Georgian regions.
Bagapsh promised to fight subverters from Georgia 2011-04-14 13:15 President of Abkhazia Sergey Bagapsh stated that local security agencies will soon establish complete control over Gal region of the republic.
European Union pleased with Georgian authorities’ negotiations with opposition 2011-04-14 12:30 Head of EU representative office in Georgia Philip Dimitrov declared that European Union welcomes a dialogue on the electoral environment carried out by the country’s authorities and representatives of the opposition.
Making a mountain of a molehill in Novy Afon
Today, Abkhaz priesthood has been arguing about the fate of a monastery in Novy Afon. At the end of March, the head of the self-proclaimed autocephaly brought there an abbot from Russia – hegumen Efrem Vinogradov. However, the previous head of the shrine is hostile to the newcomer. Now they are beginning to talk about “Russia’s expansion” into Abkhazia’s spiritual life. These talks were gladly taken up by Georgian political experts.
Mikhail’s Dreams Feed Afghan Slaughterhouse
For the period Georgian military men stay in Afghanistan they have already lost seven of their companions. Their dwelling in the civil war-torn Central Asian republic has practically no sense but it lets Mikhail Saakashvili find comfort in the NATO ambitions he hopes to realize at the price of the lives of nine hundred of his compatriots. And while many members of the North Atlantic alliance seek to draw their forces out of Afghanistan, Georgia is sending another group of military men under the bullets of the Taliban.
Georgia jealous of West’s contacts with neighbours
Official Tbilisi feels extremely nervous about Abkhazia and South Ossetia’s gradual acquisition of a status of equal partners in the international community. Georgian government is strongly irritated by the fact that western allies descend to communication with Tskhinval and Sukhum representatives and, moreover, initiate it. Naturally, the promoters of a notorious term “territorial integrity” in the power corridors and pro-governmental media start seeking various explanations of the foreign states’ interest to two independent republics. The discrepancy between these fantasies and reality was2011-04-14 21:38
Tbilisi-Geneva: distance growing
It has turned out that Tbilisi can interpret even quite unambiguous declarations of the General Secretary of the UN in its own way. In his interview to one of the Russian information agencies Pan Gi Mun stressed the importance of the Geneva negotiations related to the security and stability in the Caucasus. But several Georgian mass media came out with not too optimistic titles. One wonders involuntarily: does Georgia require maybe the only current site of negotiations with the representatives of Abkhazia and South Ossetia?
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