Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Archive by 2011-04-18
Georgian Ministry of Defense: all regional conflicts must be settled peacefully 2011-04-18 20:06 In the opinion of the Georgian Minister of Defense Bacho Akhalaya, all the conflicts in the regions must be settled peacefully.
Georgian Ministry of Finance to provide report on the country’s foreign debt 2011-04-18 18:29 Free Democrats appealed to the Georgian Ministry of Finance demanding a report on Eurobonds refunding term.
Council of Europe’s spokesman to visit Georgian prisons 2011-04-18 17:32 Commissioner of the Council of Europe for Human Rights Thomas Hammarberg has arrived on a visit to Georgia.
Turkey has not yet applied to Georgia on a murder in Istanbul 2011-04-18 17:15 This was reported by Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze in an interview to the journalists.
Kalandadze: Georgia has got no military debts to Israel 2011-04-18 16:33 This was stated by Kalandadze at today’s briefing before the journalists.
Privatization income reduced in Adzharia 2011-04-18 15:59 Ministry of Finance and Economy of Adzharia has recorded the reduction of privatization incomes.
Experts worried about Georgian TV regulating bodies’ priorities 2011-04-18 15:33 Experts are concerned by the priorities, on which basis broadcasting licenses will be issued in Georgia.
Georgia celebrating International Monument Day 2011-04-18 14:31 Together with the rest of the world countries, Georgia is celebrating International Monument and Historical Places Day today.
Georgia to make a number of amendments to Criminal Code 2011-04-18 13:29 Georgia toughens up responsibility for illegal crossing of the economic border.
Club of Cheerful and Inventive Jingoists
The incident with a clumsy joke of the Georgian KVN team "Cosa Nostra" that had a plainly jingoistic tinge has moved to a new level. Now local human rights activists demand from the country’s authorities to dismiss the Minister for family, youth and sports Vladimir Vardzelashvili. In their opinion, a person supporting anti-Semitic slurs has no right to deal with the problems of the rising generation.
Saakashvili Set His Tongue in Motion
By the Day of the National Language that was celebrated yesterday Mikhail Saakashvili had laid up a new initiative aimed at making national minorities study the Georgian language actively. He committed the Ministers of education and sport to develop the relevant program. The President of Georgia was not troubled even by the fact that such a program exists already and has been used for a long time. And the political expert Soso Tsintsadze confessed to the GeorgiaTimes correspondent that such a program had better be developed for Georgians themselves.2011-04-18 21:01
Sakartvelo in deep PACE reserve
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe continues watching the situation in Georgia. One of these days, PACE discussed Tbilisi’s fulfillment of obligations to the Council of Europe. In general, reporters positively assessed the changes in the republic and made it clear that Saakashvili and his team have got certain problems. But Sakartvelo diplomats were not interested in that; they delighted in the fact that the assembly included the provision on the “occupation of two separatist regions” in the text of the final resolution. Such doubtful wording in an international document was2011-04-18 13:07
Prince Mikheil and paupers
Splendour and poverty are the two words best characterizing Georgia with its current regime. Splendour is always either a thin layer of gold that peels off when scratched with a nail, or just ephemeral reality existing only in the officials’ speeches. But the country’s poverty is real, miserable, and humiliating. Sakartvelo government’s nose should be rubbed into figures like the nose of a kitten that has been naughty. One third of the population believes that they live beyond poverty line and thousands of families have got no roof over their head.
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