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Archive by 2011-05-30
Georgia expects the Swiss investments 2011-05-30 20:00 Today in the Georgian capital, the meeting of the head of the Swiss Confederation Micheline Calmy-Rey with the Prime Minister of Georgia Nika Gilauri took place.
The Georgian Foreign Ministry will re-examine the statement of Sarkozy about Georgian freedom 2011-05-30 19:05 Georgia's Foreign Ministry questioned the message of some Russian media reports that French President Nicolas Sarkozy called the territory of Georgia completely free in a recent interview.
Burjanadze asked the journalists to pay attention to reports of the Georgian broadcasting companies 2011-05-30 18:41 Nino Burjanadze, who is the leader of the oppositional "Democratic Movement", appealed to the international media to draw attention to the footage of disperse of the demonstration in Tbilisi on May 26, which were shown in the Georgian television broadcast, and which is in the public access.
Beselia: The Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs should incur a criminal liability 2011-05-30 17:58 The leader of the movement "Solidarity with Illegal Political Prisoners" Eka Beselia said today of responsibility for the events on May 26 in Tbilisi, which must bear the head of the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs Vano Merabishvili.
The U.S. congressmen arrive in Georgia in early June 2011-05-30 17:17 The four-day visit by a delegation of the U.S. congressmen in Georgia is scheduled on June 4 this year.
"National Council": Nika Kvintradze was killed 2011-05-30 17:04 According to the leader of the Georgian oppositional movement "National Council" Koba Davitashvili, one of the victims of the tragic events in Tbilisi on May 26 - Nika Kvintradze - was killed.
The charges were brought against the husband of Nino Burjanadze 2011-05-30 16:11 Badri Bitsadze, husband of Nino Burjanadze, was officially charged with assaulting a police officer.
Georgia will participate in the transport project "Viking" 2011-05-30 15:31 According to the head of economic department of Georgia Vera Kobalia, in the near future Georgia would become an official member of the international transport project "Viking", which connects the transport systems of the Baltic and Black Seas.
Father of one of the victims of the events on May 26 in Tbilisi died of a heart attack 2011-05-30 14:58 Shalva Kvintradze, father of Nicky Kvintradze, whose body was found on May 27 on the roof of a building on Rustaveli Avenue, has died on the eve in Tbilisi of a heart attack.
Zatulin: Russian-Abkhazian relations will remain strong 2011-05-30 14:13 Director of the Institute of CIS countries, Russian State Duma deputy Konstantin Zatulin said that the death of the President of Abkhazia Sergei Bagapsh will not harm relations between Moscow and Sukhumi.
McCain asks the weapons for Georgia again 2011-05-30 13:00 The U.S. senator, Republican John McCain said that the U.S. must ensure the supply of defensive weapons for the army of Georgia.
Batiashvili the Traceless Oppositionist
The break-up of the oppositional protest action by policemen resulted in a list of people who have disappeared completely. The list comprises ten people and includes not only common participants of the meeting but also its initiators. Irakly Batiashvili deserves special attention, being a politician with a very interesting biography. He was among the most enthusiastic arrangers of the action and stayed at the scene of events until the last moment but then suddenly vanished.
Saakashvili hides himself behind “fifth column”
Georgians are now fully aware of the power of love their “father of nations” feels for his people that joined the opposition protesting against the current regime. The police and special forces use batons and water-jets against the protestors as well as traumatic weapons and tear has. However, the president of Sakartvelo found a wonderful explanation to these facts referring to demonstrators as the “fifth column” that acts on order of Russian special services and personally Vladimir Putin. It seems Mikheil Nikolozovich will sincerely believe this nonsense soon.
Independence Day on blood
Today, Tbilisi is celebrating a holiday with tears filling everyone’s eyes. A military parade associated with the 20th anniversary of Georgia’s independence goes on in the place of yesterday’s massacre. To open the way to armor and soldiers dressed like clowns, the government broke up a meeting of several thousand people who held a protest action in front of the Georgian parliament and refused to lose ground. Another bloody page has been added to Georgia’s latest history.
Georgian people to avenge themselves
Latest events in Tbilisi revealed complete inability of Mikhail Saakashvili’s opponents to get together in order to overthrow the regime in power. In their turn, the authorities of the republic gladly took advantage of the lack of unity among the oppositionists and broke up the street rallies with the help of rubber bullets and tear-gas. GeorgiaTimes correspondent has talked to Vice President of the World Congress of the Peoples of Georgia Vladimir Khomeriki about the possible way out of the current situation.2011-05-30 12:13
President of Abkhazia dies in Moscow hospital after surgery
The President of the Abkhazian Republic has died. Sergey Bagapsh, who was 62, passed away early on Sunday morning in a Moscow hospital. He underwent a complex surgery to treat lung cancer, but suffered complications. Bagapsh had led the country towards independence from neighbouring Georgia, which it achieved following a war in 2008. The Abkhazian vice-president will take over in an acting role for the next three months.
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