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Archive by 2011-06-15
In Georgia they can add an article on the attack on police to the Criminal Code 2011-06-15 18:55 Today, amends to the Criminal Code were presented for review of the Parliament of Georgia.
Swedish Foreign Minister: Russia's WTO accession will be useful for Georgia 2011-06-15 18:14 According to Foreign Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt, Georgia is a leader in the Caucasus region in terms of progress in the frameworks of the "Eastern Partnership".
Vashadze denied information about Georgia's intention to withdraw from the Geneva talks 2011-06-15 17:55 The foreign minister of the country Vashadze has made a statement where he had denied information about Georgia's plans to leave the Geneva talks. No official of the Georgian side has alleged that the format of the Geneva talks could be interrupted.
In the Georgian Criminal Code several amendments were proposed 2011-06-15 16:51 In the Georgian parliament there was registrated the bill with several amendments to the Criminal Code.
In Batumi, there will be built the "Hilton" 2011-06-15 16:14 The company TOURINVEST intends to implement two investment projects in Batumi.
In Tbilisi, there will take place an action "We condemn the violence" 2011-06-15 15:36 Today in the Georgian capital, an another action of protest is scheduled.
The Georgian Health Ministry is ready to correct all the violations 2011-06-15 15:13 According to the head of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Affairs of Georgia Andria Urushadze, all of its departments are ready to correct any violation associated with misapplication of budgetary funds, which was revealed during the checking by the Control Chamber.
Saakashvili: Rustavi is the industrial heart of Georgia 2011-06-15 14:42 On the eve in Rustavi the ceremony of opening of House of Justice took place.
Working Group on Arbitrary Detention of the UN visits Georgia 2011-06-15 13:59 Today, the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention of the UN will visit Georgia first time.
Georgian mass media: the film "Five Days in August" is a caricature on Georgia 2011-06-15 13:22 Georgian mass media hass low rated the movie of Hollywood director Rene Harlin - "Five Days in August", which tells about the war in South Ossetia.
Gilauri: Georgia's role as one of the main suppliers of energy resources is growing 2011-06-15 12:35 Georgian Prime-Minister Nika Gilauri has told members of the government about Georgia's plan to become in the foreseeable future one of the major energy suppliers in Eastern Europe.
"De-georgianization" operation started
Soon biometrical passports will be distributed in Georgia. This may cause some revolutionary changes. The thing is that many Georgian names are inexcusably long, and the new passport just misses space for them. But the solution has been found: Georgian surnames, so ornate and full of hidden sense, will be cut to the required size. We will explain in detail how it will be done. We will also tell you what consequences it might have.
From Georgia with love
Growth or devastation, wealth or poverty, democracy or dictatorship? Can Georgia’s optimistic reports on the country’s prosperity be trusted? The tourist season has hardly begun while the government asserts it will bring incredible profits. Well, tourism is ok. GeorgiaTimes correspondent went to Georgia to see what is true in today’s Sakartvelo and what is not.
Tbilisi renounces Big Brother
Megalomania of Georgian leaders is astonishing. Official Tbilisi is sure that the world pays no attention to the country’s gradual transformation into a US colony. Vice PM Georgi Baramidze stated at the opening ceremony of another “NATO corner” that the republic will not be a “younger brother” of any great empire – either Russia or the USA. Yet, these words can’t hide the leaders’ dependence on wind that blows from Washington. This is what GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed with Gulbaat Rtskhiladze, head of the Institute of Eurasia.2011-06-15 22:53
McCain caught Moldavia by sovereignty
Senator John McCain continues carrying democracy to the Western European countries. Taking advantage of the unsteady political situation in Moldavia, the Republican decided to support its "territorial integrity" and suggested Russian peacemakers should quit Prodnestrovie. Such a flagrant declaration successfully coincided with the agreement between Kishinev and Tbilisi: they decided to develop their co-operation in the cross border trading area. McCain who was defeated by the Democrat Barak Obama at the presidential election in the USA persistently continues to play the role of a "grey eminence".
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