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Austrian SWARCO planning to launch production in Georgia 2011-04-20 19:11 Today, a meeting was held in Tbilisi between Georgian Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Ramaz Nikolaishvili and General Manager of SWARCO Austrian company Werner Kill.
Revenue Service facilitating businessmen’s life 2011-04-20 18:13 Georgian Revenue Service announced the development of a new procedure for businessmen facilitating the process of fuel expenditure accounting and writing-off.
Russian MFA: statement on Georgia adopted in Berlin is biased 2011-04-20 17:37 Russia considers the statement adopted by the ministerial of the Georgia-NATO commission that held a meeting in Berlin to be biased and unhinged from reality.
Poti and Triesta may become closer 2011-04-20 16:17 Georgian port of Poti and Italian Triesta are discussing the opportunity of setting up direct sea link.
Israel offered large drones to Azerbaijan 2011-04-20 15:39 Israel Aerospace Industries Israeli company offered Azerbaijan Heron-1 pilotless aircraft planes in the context of the "complex provision of the country's safety".
Inter RAO UES ready to buy 100 percent of shares of Hram 1 and Hram 2 hydropower units 2011-04-20 15:34 The Georgian party is expected to receive about 104 million dollars for them.
Turks to build Bahvi-5 hydropower unit 2011-04-20 15:32 Two Turkish constructing companies expressed their desire to take part in a tender for building Bahvi-5 Georgian hydroelectric power station.
Mishiko Threatens Russia from Behind his School Desk
It is widely known that the Georgian leader, like a Turkic akyn, lives according to the principle "I sing what I see". If his destiny carries him to farmers, he swears his love to agriculture. If the road leads his to Batumi, tourism immediately becomes the highest priority of Georgia. And if he drops on a school, naturally, education becomes the most important thing in the country. And Mishiko promises to cover everybody with gold in spite of the fact that mice hang themselves in the Georgian treasury. It is a pity there is still somebody who believes the talkative president.
Nino Arrested: the World is Full of Rumours
On the threshold of May’s protest actions some representatives of the Georgian opposition and some mass media declared that the country’s authorities may coop up in prison the leaders of the discordant. Among the potential prisoners there is the head of the "Democratic Movement – United Georgia" Nino Burdjanadze who has threatened Mikhail Saakashvili with a popular revolt more than once. The correspondent of GeorgiaTimes spoke on the possible punitive actions to the ideological secretary of Labourists Kakha Dzaganiya, the leader of "The New Right" Manana Nachkebia and the head of the "Imedi"2011-04-20 12:52
Tbilisi teetering on the brink of genocide
Specifics of the official Tbilisi’s relationship with the rest of the world can harm even the psyche of the most skillful diplomats. Machiavelli, Talleyrand and Metternich would break their bones trying to get through the impenetrable jungles of Georgia’s foreign policy. Minister of Defense Bacho Akhalaya’s recent visit to Yerevan confirmed the local officials’ love for sitting on several chairs at once. His attempt to strengthen connections with Armenia, including by way of discussing the genocide against Armenians, will evidently hurt Georgia’s ties with Azerbaijan, though it took President Saakashvili a lot of efforts to set them up in due time.
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