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Archive by 2011-05-31
Switzerland delayed a Russian-Georgian negotiations on WTO 2011-05-31 19:00 At the request of the Swiss side, the next round of Russian-Georgian negotiations on Russia joining the World Trade Organization, which was scheduled on June 2, has been postponed indefinitely.
Azerbaijan will allocate Georgia a loan for $ 575 million 2011-05-31 18:58 Today at the meeting of the Georgian Parliament an agreement with Azerbaijan on the allocation of Georgia the country additional $ 575 million as a long-term loan to complete construction of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars was ratified.
Okruashvili made a statement with new disclosure on Saakashvili 2011-05-31 18:16 The former Georgian Defense Minister Irakli Okruashvili made a loud statement in an interview to Russian "First Channel".
The Georgian President and the Turkish Prime Minister opened a customs office in Sarpy 2011-05-31 17:22 The Head of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili and the Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan held the opening ceremony of a new customs point in Sarpi on the Georgian-Turkish border today.
Tsotne Gamsakhurdia started a new hunger strike 2011-05-31 16:57 The son of the first Georgian president Zviad Gamsakhurdia - Tsotne Gamsakhurdia, who is currently serving his sentence on charges of attempting to commit premeditated murder, announced today about the beginning of a new hunger strike.
TV and Radio Company "Trialeti" wants to broadcast to all of Georgia 2011-05-31 15:56 A statement from the Georgian regional TV and Radio Company "Trialeti" was sent to the National Communication Commission of Georgia.
"Wounded Soldier" of Pirosmani was seized from illicit trafficking in Georgia 2011-05-31 15:31 The law enforcement bodies of Georgia declared that the painting of the famous Georgian self-taught artist Niko Pirosmani was seized from illicit trafficking.
Georgia's budget was spent unevenly 2011-05-31 15:01 The auditors of the Georgian Chamber of Control claimed on the "irregular spending"of the state budget of Georgia in 2010.
The Georgian Parliament will consider the "Charter of Freedom" 2011-05-31 14:31 Members of Georgian parliament today, May 31, may adopt the document entitled "Charter of Freedom".
Journalists of TV channel "PIC" were fined in Moscow 2011-05-31 14:05 The staff of the Georgian TV channel "PIC", working in the Russian capital, were fined for the lack of accreditation.
The specialists of "Barcelona" will help "Dinamo" Tbilisi 2011-05-31 13:20 Famous Spanish soccer expert Alex Garcia, who previously worked with the famous soccer club "Barcelona", became the head coach of "Dinamo" Tbilisi.
Mikheil picks up “Russian trail”
On one hand, the Georgian president is a temperamental and impulsive figure whose behavior is utterly impressive at times. On the other hand, he is totally predictable. It was almost undoubted that Mikheil Saakashvili would not miss a chance to bring the FSS into Tbilisi events of the night of May 26. He did not disappoint expectations! Naturally, the trail of Russian special services was found. Mishiko is sure: the occupants have nothing else to spend money on but organizing “an Arab revolution” in Georgia.
Kobalia wants to trap Viking
Minister of Economy and Sustained Development of Georgia Veronica Kobalia has announced another vast scheme of the Caucasian republic. Tbilisi is going to stick to the Viking international transport project, which will significantly increase both the freights turnover in Sakartvelo ports and railway transportation. Ms. Kobalia has already conducted the necessary negotiations with Lithuanian Minister of Transport and Communications Eligius Masulis and is in a good mood. No one is embarrassed at the fact that despite the statements on engaging the South-Caucasian and Central-Asian countries in the project, it continues to exist in the context of the Ilyichevsk – Kiev – Minsk – Vilnius – Klaipeda direction.
Mishiko to draw a bead on Abkhazia
A number of questions about the future of the republic emerged upon the untimely death of Abkhaz president Sergey Bagapsh. There are assumptions that the Georgian leaders will try to take advantage of the situation to destabilize the country. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed possible provocations of Tbilisi and Sukhum’s policies after the death of the leader with Vadim Gustov, chair of the committee for CIS affairs of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation.2011-05-31 17:15
Washington remits Mikheil’s sins?
Lawlessness that the citizens of the Georgian capital saw on the night of May 26 was not left unnoticed by foreign countries and international institutions. The United States, as well as Human Rights Watch NGO and Reporters Without Borders condemn Saakashvili’s violence against the opposition of the republic. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed consequences of this reaction and possible sanctions against Georgia with Sergey Demidenko, an expert of the Institute of Strategic Evaluation and Analysis, and Manana Nachkebia, leader of the Georgian opposition party “New Rights”.2011-05-31 15:35
Freedom in Sakartvelo must be paid for
The tragic events in Tbilisi have got quite a real economic implication besides the political one. They have stricken a serious blow to the feeble hopes to attract foreign capital, which is so necessary to the Georgian national economy. But the situation plays into the hands of the country’s ruling class, for now it can accuse the opposition of the mediocre economic policy’s failure and make some money on the basically feudal system of fines.
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