Thursday, 23 February 2017
Archive by 2011-06-03
Georgia has not received the recommendations of World Health Organization on import of vegetables from the EU 2011-06-03 20:48 According to a representative of the National Agency of Products under the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia, Tengiz Kalandadze, Georgia did not receive any special instructions from the World Health Organization about the vegetables from the EU, as it is not imported from there.
Bass said that the meeting of Saakashvili and Biden was "productive" 2011-06-03 18:08 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Georgia John Bass said that the recent meeting of the President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili and the U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden in Rome was "productive".
Burjanadze will plead with the media 2011-06-03 17:40 The leader of the "Democratic Movement" Nino Burjanadze has produced a number of lawsuits against the leading Georgian TV channels.
The oppositional "Eight" of Georgia has prepared a plan of action 2011-06-03 17:02 The next week, the oppositional "Eight" of Georgia, which focuses on improving the electoral environment in the country, will intend to announce the plan for its future activities.
Budget of parliament in 2012, compared with the current, remained unchanged 2011-06-03 16:11 Today the Budget and Finance Committee of the Georgian parliament considered a draft resolution approving the budget of the parliament in 2012.
Transshipment of oil cargo of terminal of Kulevi has grown by 21 percent 2011-06-03 15:43 In May of this year the volume of transshipment of oil cargo from Black Sea oil terminal Kulevi was "ncreased by 21 percent" compared to April of this year.
South Ossetia appeared in the list of "the worst" 2011-06-03 15:10 According to the international organization Freedom House, South Ossetia is among the countries with the most "repressive" regime.
In Armenia, the replacements in the government are possible 2011-06-03 14:20 Recently, the Armenian higher echelons of power and, accordingly, the media, renewed the talks of a possibility of reshuffle in the government.
Russia is ready to increase financial aid to Abkhazia 2011-06-03 13:45 Russia expresses its readiness to implement measures to increase financial aid to Abkhazia.
Ministry of Interior of Georgia is not looking for Bitsadze 2011-06-03 13:24 Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia declares that it is not engaged in searching Badri Bitsadze - husband of former parliamentary speaker Nino Burjanadze.
The U.S. should rearming Georgia 2011-06-03 13:00 Well-known American expert, professor of the University Potomac Ron Alexander said that the U.S. should begin shipping defensive armament for the Georgian Army to ensure security of republic.
Tbilisi sets Armenians up before Baku
The Georgian ministry of foreign affairs has to apologize for its diplomat. As the press claims, Tengiz Sharmanashvili, Georgian ambassador to Yerevan, stated that Armenia and Georgia had been friends and partners since ancient times when “these third countries did not exist as subjects”, hinting at Azerbaijan, as it seems. Now official Tbilisi has to explain that Sharmanashvili had not implied Baku and that Armenian journalists simply mispresented his speech. How will this story affect Mishiko?
Sakartvelo ruled by mafia bosses?
Two Georgian mafia bosses, Sergey Kutateladze (Bayko) and Roland Chikvaidze (Roland from Kutaisi) were detained yesterday at Kursky railway station in Moscow. They had planned to go to Saint-Petersburg but the trip did not work out. As a result of the search, heroine was found. It was a formal pretext for detention. Two days earlier legendary Badri from Kutaissi, a prominent figure of Kutaissi community of thieves, was also caught in Moscow. All these events are interconnected and not incidental.
Roman lesson for Saakashvili
Perhaps, someone really came to Rome to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification but it surely was not the Georgian leader. He was ordered to come there by the American government. Mikhail Nikolozovitch was simply pinned down to facts: Russia must enter in WTO; that’s the United States’ will. What else could the puppet president do but obey? Director of the Institute of Political Research Sergey Markov shared his opinion on the matter with GeorgiaTimes correspondent.2011-06-03 20:46
Georgia mixing Europe with Islam
Mikhail Saakashvili again shared his vision of the Caucasian republic’s future with foreign journalists. In an interview to Uwazam Rze Polish newspaper, he spitted poison at the Kremlin and described the soon consolidation of the Caucasus and its further integration in EU. The only point is that no one is waiting for Georgia in the continental association and its craving for setting up close relationship with Azerbaijan and Turkey is only cooling the Europeans. They are already fed up with the total Islamization but it evidently makes no difference for Tbilisi whom to make friends with: it is only interested in regular money for pocket expenses.
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