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Archive by 2011-05-16
Information Tourist Center opened in Tbilisi airport 2011-05-16 18:34 An Information Tourist Center was opened today at the International Airport in the Georgian capital.
Georgian Parliament may move to Kutaisi after 2012 2011-05-16 18:07 The plans on transferring the Georgian Parliament from Tbilisi to Kutaisi after the 2012 elections were discussed today at the session of the Parliament Bureau
Georgia settling contacts with Korea 2011-05-16 17:47 A visit of the Korean delegation to Georgia is scheduled for May 17. Such statement was made by Deputy Head of the Georgian MFA Nino Kalandadze today at a briefing before the journalists.
Tbilisi holding Germany Days 2011-05-16 17:15 Today, Germany Days have been opened in the Georgian capital. As was reported by Novosti Georgia, the Days will be marked by art and photo exhibitions and lections on the Georgian-German relations.
Georgian illegal aliens detained at Turkey-Greece border 2011-05-16 16:41 14 Georgian citizens have been detained one of these days for an attempt to illegally cross the Turkey-Greece border.
Poll: Saakashvili’s wife and mother are most influential Georgian women 2011-05-16 14:40 The people of Georgia consider Sandra Roelofs, the first lady of the country, and mother of the head of the Georgian state Giuli Alasania to be the most influential women in the country.
Head of Georgian MFA went to Scandinavia 2011-05-16 14:18 This week, head of the Georgian Foreign Policy administration Grigol Vashadze will pay a working visit to Sweden and Denmark.
Caucasian Muslim leaders passed an appeal to UN 2011-05-16 14:16 Muslim religious activists of the Caucasus have passed an appeal to the United Nations Organization in respect of the situation around Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Rose Revolution vice versa
On May 21, the People's Assembly is planning to hold anti-government actions in Tbilisi and Batumi, while the Georgian Party guided by the disgraced Irakly Okruashvili is going to voice its protest at Locomotive Stadium. The former minister of defense is going to use every possible resource to overthrow the current autocratic regime and hang Mikhail Saakashvili on the nearest tree. However, Georgian experts are warning the oppositional politicians against such hasty step, for another revolution may completely destroy Georgian nationalism.
Saakashvili fond of tusky women and other people’s money
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili again made an unexpected scene. This time, leader of Sakartvelo went before his people as a zoologist. In a conversation with businessmen, the president contemplated on comparative characteristics of a dolphin's and Veronica Kobalia's teeth. Mishiko came to a conclusion that the minister of economy has got bigger tusks than the friendly animal. However, such "advantage" will hardly do good to the people: Georgia remains a very poor country.
Mishiko to starve the country with corn
Saakashvili keeps acquainting the country with his far-out ideas. Surprisingly, the poor and backward Georgia can become Europe's economic growth leader as well as the regional energy, tourism, infrastructure and God-knows-what-else center. The volume of agricultural production must grow threefold or fivefold - the president has not decided yet. In the meantime, the opposition is trying to bring the dreaming leader back to earth: the country's agriculture is going to ruin...
Toy army of Georgian opposition
Over the past few months representatives of Georgian opposition repeatedly declared their readiness to overthrow the ruling regime. The month of May, as the opposition claims, must be the time of demonstrations. Yet, the only thing Mikheil Saakashvili's opponents are good at so far is humiliating each other in the information war. The quarrel between David Usupashvili, head of the Republican Party, and Sozar Subari, one of the leaders of the Georgian Party live on air only confirms suspicions that the ranks of the opposition are deep in chaos.
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