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Archive by 2011-04-29
Georgia wants to develop a strategy on Caucasus 2011-04-29 19:20 A strategy in respect of the entire Caucasian region will soon be developed in Sakartvelo.
Facebook Bar opened in Tbilisi 2011-04-29 18:16 Facebook Bar has been opened recently in the Georgian capital.
Kobalia offered cooperation to Inditex Spanish corporation 2011-04-29 17:18 Georgian Minister of Economy and Sustained Development Vera Kobalia in the context of her visit to Spain offered cooperation to the world largest retail company.
Armenia refused to struggle for non-permanent membership in UN Security Council 2011-04-29 16:27 Armenia reported a decision to withdraw its candidature for non-permanent membership in the UN Security Council in 2012-2013.
Onishenko ready to start a dialogue on Georgian wine and Borjomi supply to Russia 2011-04-29 15:45 Head of Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights Gennadiy Onishenko is going to negotiate the issue of returning Georgian wine and mineral water to the Russian market with representatives of the Georgian opposition, as well as expatriate community organizations.
Azerbaijan and Ukraine negotiating liquefied gas supply 2011-04-29 15:07 Azerbaijan and Ukraine start agreeing on liquefied gas supply.
Georgian Patriarchate to get new land plots 2011-04-29 14:42 Georgian Patriarchate will receive land plots in Karelsky region.
Sakartvelo recommended to control inflation 2011-04-29 13:52 It was recommended to the Georgian government and Georgian National Bank to assert maximum influence on the inflation processes in the country.
Circassians reject Tbilisi’s recognition
It seems the Georgian parliament seriously wants to recognize the “genocide of Circassians”. Andro Gabisonia, a representative of three Circassian congresses, met with Nugzar Tsiklauri, chief of the parliamentary group of friendship with republics of North Caucasus. Gabisonia reported that almost all Circassian diasporas have adhered to the call on recognition of genocide of Circassians. The problem is that the news is Tbilisi’s invention.
Georgian bomb for Azerbaijan
“Fear Tbilisi bringing gifts”. It’s quite possible that many Caucasian leaders will soon use this slogan as the basis of their state policy. Georgia’s current regime has never been good in diplomacy or decent behavior. That is why rumors that Georgia Bokeria, head of the National Security Council of the republic, is involved in preparation of a coup d'étatin Azerbaijan do not sound surprising. Besides, dependence of Georgian leaders on Washington, number one “exporter” of revolutions, is well-known. Sergey Markov, a State Duma deputy, reflects on possible developments in South Caucasus for2011-04-29 20:22
David Bakradze’s deep deadlock
Georgian authorities are again showing unwelcome concern about their northern neighbor. Speaker of Parliament David Bakradze believes that Moscow’s political guidance is leading the country towards a “deep deadlock”. The reason for such gloomy assessment of the Russian future is RF MFA Minister Sergey Lavrov’s visit to Abkhazia and South Ossetia. While Russia is settling neighbourly relationship with these two republics, Georgia is helplessly rattling its demagogic statements. General Director of the Center of Political Environment Sergey Mikheev shared his opinion on the matter with2011-04-29 13:30
“WTO Intrusion” operation
The second round of negotiations between Moscow and Tbilisi on Russia’s entrance in the World Trade Organization (WTO) starts today in Bern. Georgian diplomats have already stated that the republic would not give up its demands and is ready to use the necessary leverages to achieve the set purposes. It its turn, Russian party believes that it can enter in WTO ignoring Sakartvelo’s politicized position.
Budget eating Georgians out of house and home
Georgian government likes to plan the budget, or, to put it simpler, divide it. Several times a year, the parliament takes a decision to increase the size of the cash-box; however, President Mikhail Saakashvili has solemnly announced that it’s time to pull in one’s belt. Liberal reforms and infrastructure projects require large money that Georgia has not got. However, due to the amendments to the Basic Financial Law, extra 210 million dollars will help solve the problem. At the citizens’ expense, of course.
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