Monday, 05 December 2016
Archive by 2011-05-18
Georgia has not decided on recognizing genocide against Circassians 2011-05-18 19:42 According to Speaker of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, it is so far unclear whether the country’s supreme legislative body will take a political decision on recognizing the genocide against Circassians.
Burjanadze: no one to correct The People’s Assembly’s plans 2011-05-18 19:05 According to leader of the Georgian Democratic Movement Nino Burjanadze, none of the parties will be able to correct the detailed plans of The People’s Assembly.
Georgia and EU to discuss free trade agreement on May 25 2011-05-18 18:36 A meeting on the issues of signing an agreement on extended free trade between Georgia and EU will take place in Brussels on May 25.
Wiegand: Negotiations on associated agreement between Georgia and EU are productive 2011-05-18 17:26 In the opinion of Director of the EU External Service Department on Eastern Partnership, Russia, Central Asia, Regional Cooperation and OSCE Gunnar Wiegandi, negotiations on the associated agreement between Georgia and EU are going on productively.
Georgian MIA accuses Russian military of firing at teenagers 2011-05-18 16:25 The press-service of the country’s law-enforcement authority disseminated a special report on the incident.
Vashadze estimated relationship between RF and Georgia as “non-existent” 2011-05-18 15:25 Russian-Georgian relationship was given a peculiar appraisal by the Georgian politicians.
Tsotne Gamsakhurdia to come out with a special appeal 2011-05-18 14:06 The legal process over the son of the first Georgian president Tsotne Gamsakhurdia will go on in the Georgian capital today.
Georgia imprinted war with Russia on coins 2011-05-18 13:52 A coin dedicated to an armed conflict with Russia in August 2008 has been issued in Georgia.
Trump frustrates his Georgian friend
Donald Trump – Georgia’s greatest hope – has decided not to tackle politics. Over the past few months it has been rumored that he plans to run in 2012 presidential election. Besides, Trump’s statement sounded like a guarantee of his victory. Yet, he has made a “tough” decision forsaking the struggle for presidency. Certainly it’s bad news for Tbilisi that set great hopes on Trump. They thought “their” politician would climb up the American Olympus. Now it turns out, the plans have changed.
Iliya II to teach children to think
Patriarch Iliya II is preparing a real ideological subversion in Sakartvelo schools. He wants to teach children to think! The head of the Georgian Church has come out with an initiative to introduce lessons of analytical thinking for schoolchildren. The patriarch believes that these lessons must be taught from the first to twelfth class and include both theory and practice. The government will hardly support his initiative: one cannot imagine what will happen if the kids really start thinking and analyzing.
Circassians know Tbilisi’s worth
Georgian government’s attempts to use the problem of the genocide against Circassians in their anti-Russian interests lead to the understandable rejection of the official Tbilisi’s initiative not only on the part of Moscow. Inadmissibility of trading on the tragic events of the XIX century is often mentioned by numerous representatives of the Circassian community all over the world. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed the matter with Head of the International Circassian Association Kanshoby Azhakhov.2011-05-18 17:08
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