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Conference “Georgia-Russia 2020: what will happen tomorrow?” held in Moscow 2011-04-26 19:40 It is held in the form of a “round-table talk” on the initiative of the Georgian People’s Assembly.
A meeting in the context of USA and Georgia’s cooperation chart to be held in Tbilisi 2011-04-26 18:59 On April 27, a meeting of the fourth work group will be held in the context of a cooperation chart between Georgia and the USA.
Georgian ministers start visiting regions 2011-04-26 17:52 Georgian government started considering the country’s budget 2012.
Kalandadze: Lavrov’s trip to Abkhazia and SO is a “cynical fact” 2011-04-26 17:21 Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze characterized the trip of the head of Russian MFA Sergey Lavrov as “cynical”.
Abkhaz MFA: three more states are going to recognize us 2011-04-26 16:06 Abkhaz Minister of Foreign Affairs Maxim Gvindzhia has stated that the authorities are expecting three more states to recognize the country’s independence.
Georgia offering tourist projects to Azerbaijan 2011-04-26 15:16 Georgia and Azerbaijan are expanding cooperation in the tourist field.
Bakradze and Ugulava are favourites in pre-election race 2011-04-26 13:18 Georgian authorities are going to introduce two candidates for the presidential post during the elections-2013.
Mishiko’s mean charity
There’s nothing worse than announcing a handsome gesture and then ending up with its poor mimicry. The Georgian Orthodox Church is disappointed by Mikheil Saakashvili’s use of Easter amnesty. Traditionally, prisoners get pardons on Resurrection Sunday. The Patriarchate submitted a list of 1,000 prisoners that as the Church believed, were worthy of remission. So what did the president do? Pronouncing beautiful words about Easter he had pity only on every fourth person in the list.
West to knock power from under Saakashvili
Mikheil Saakashvili’s plans to remain in power after his term in office expires are likely to be broken like a hut caught in a hurricane. The most unpleasant thing for the Georgian leader is that the insuperable force will be represented by his former Western allies, some of whom strongly disagree with his intention to continue as prime minister. Apparently, the EU countries and NATO don’t like the smell of the rose revolution: it’s not flower scent any more.
Sakartvelo’s credit mire
Georgia is gradually turning into a real debt pit. Credits are millstones around the neck of the banks’ victims. Creditinfo Georgia’s is constantly growing: it already includes over eight hundred thousand people, or, roughly speaking, each five Georgian. The figure is growing month after month; it was lower by fifty thousand people only half a year ago. Georgian citizens are swallowed by the credit mire and the state is setting a bad example here.
One of these days, Georgian and Azerbaijani nationalistic scientists arranged a joint conference called “Caucasian Home and Armenians” claiming no neutrality and political correctness. Historians from the capitals of two amicable Caucasian countries in a day formed a statement about the Armenian people’s “guiltiness”. The main accusation brought against Armenians is that they are allegedly building a state “from sea to sea”. No need to say that representatives of the “guilty nation” did not attend the event.
“Democracy” pressing upon Zakareishvili
Hardly has the U.S. State Department voiced its apprehensions related to the absence of the freedom of word in Georgia when Mikhail Saakashvili started demonstrating his enthusiasm in fighting the antidemocratic virus. Political expert Paata Zakareishvili who always feels free to express his civil position is facing the risk of joining Hatuna Kalmakhelidze’s charges whom she cherishes in her “comfortable” prisons. Member of the Republican Party has miraculously turned from a law-abiding citizen into the Kremlin’s agent and a transmitter of the Russian officials’ will.
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