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Archive by 2011-06-07
The Georgian exports: Made in Georgia 2011-06-07 19:04 In order to popularize Georgian products and goods in the Georgian and international markets the government of Sakartvelo has developed a project called "Made in Georgia".
The U.S. government gave Georgia the SUVs "Hummer" 2011-06-07 17:42 The U.S. authorities continued to equip the Georgian armed forces of the the new techniques.
Khetaguri: AGRI may outstrip other similar projects 2011-06-07 17:17 According to the Georgian Energy Minister Alexander Khetaguri, the energy project AGRI (Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania Interconnector) can be implemented much faster than other similar projects focusing on gas supplies to Europe.
The government has sent 600,000 lari in eastern Georgia 2011-06-07 16:52 Approximately 600 thousand GEL is allocated by the Georgian government for the elimination of disaster relief consequences in East Georgia.
Georgia wants to raise the issue of terrorist attacks at the Geneva negotiations 2011-06-07 15:18 At the negotiations in Geneva on security in the Caucasus, which began today, Georgia also intends to raise the issue of preparing terrorist attacks in the country by Russian special services.
Saakashvili has accused Russia of preparing terrorist attacks again 2011-06-07 15:03 Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili in an interview with "The New Times" made another statement with the new accusations against Russia and Russian intelligence services.
Britain supports the integration process of Georgia into NATO 2011-06-07 14:35 Britain has expressesed its support for the integration process of Georgia into NATO.
Saakashvili: the street politics in Georgia has come to the end 2011-06-07 14:13 According to Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, the dispersal of an opposition rally on Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi on May 26 was not cruel, but quite adequate.
Georgia and Belarus expand economic cooperation 2011-06-07 13:28 In the near future in Belarus there may appear a production on packaging of Georgian tea.
Alexander Dugin: the U.S. blow up Georgia 2011-06-07 12:40 Well-known Russian philosopher and political scientist Alexander Dugin is confident that Georgia can serve as a testing ground for the U.S. to work out methods for the organizing the revolution in South Caucasus like those that has occurred in the Middle East.
The negotiations on the stability in the Caucasus begin in Geneve 2011-06-07 12:21 Today in Geneva (Switzerland) another round of negotiations on stability and security in the Caucasus begin.
“Basic instinct” a la Georgia
A large-scale first run of Renny Harlin’s movie dedicated to the war in South Ossetia has been held in Tbilisi. Hollywood stars led by Sharon Stone were expected to add maximum pathos to the event and put it in the focus of everyone’s attention. The arrangers of the propagandistic project called 5 Days in August have completed their task perfectly. However, they failed to persuade the whole world of the truthfulness of the Georgian interpretation of the bloody events in Tskhinval.
Saakashvili playing with Olympic flame
Georgia goes on behaving like a little fretful child. Official Tbilisi is planning to boycott the Winter Olympic Games 2014 and is going to persuade the partners to follow its whim. Georgian authorities have evidently produced another portion of ungrounded declarative statements. In his conversation with GeorgiaTimes correspondent, Deputy Head of the Information Policy Directorate of the Russian Olympic Committee Dmitriy Volkov explained why Mikhail Saakashvili will never venture such step.2011-06-07 13:48
Mishiko treats his people like cannon fodder
While peacekeepers of NATO member states and their allies get killed in Afghanistan, president of Georgia decides to send one more battalion of soldiers to the Islamic republic. Thus, Sakartvelo will be ranked first among NATO non-member states for the strength of its military contingent involved in the peacekeeping operation. What dividends will the Georgian president get?
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