Saturday, 21 January 2017
Archive by 2011-07-06
Patarkatsishvili's widow and the Georgian state went to an agreement 2011-07-06 18:43 Today in the Georgian capital they signed an agreement under which family of the deceased Georgian billionaire Badri Patarkatsishvili waives all claims to Sakartvelo.
In Tbilisi, they will discuss new security challenges 2011-07-06 18:10 Delegation of representatives of the North Atlantic Alliance has arrived to the capital of Sakartvelo.
Distant relative of Pushkin can be buried in Sakartvelo 2011-07-06 17:04 In Sakartvelo they study a version of that in 1836 here was buried great-grandmother of great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.
Sergey Lavrov: Russia is preparing new steps to resolve Karabakh conflict 2011-07-06 16:46 According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, the work on resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will continue in the near future.
Alasania demands veto on the decision of the parliament on the status of churches 2011-07-06 15:51 Leader of the opposition party "Our Georgia - Free Democrats" and the ambassador of Georgia to UN in the past Irakli Alasania made a claim to veto amendments to the Civil Code approved by Parliament on the eve.
Hammarberg: Georgian Court should protect human rights better 2011-07-06 15:26 According to the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Thomas Hammarberg, the judicial system in Georgia should protect human rights better.
Kobalia questioned the necessity of the return of Georgian wines in Russia 2011-07-06 14:48 Minister of Economy and Stable Development of Sakartvelo Vera Kobalia questioned the suitability of talking about the return of Georgian wine to Russia.
Agreement on international transit fare is signed 2011-07-06 14:27 In the capital of Sakartvelo there was signed the Treaty on the international transit fare.
In Tbilisi, they begin to build a "Green City" 2011-07-06 14:18 On the eve in Sakartvelo the ceremony of presentation of first phase of construction of the "Green City" in the territory adjacent to Tbilisi Lisi Lake took place.
The Georgian parliament has given the churches status of legal entity 2011-07-06 13:44 The night before the Georgian parliament adopted amendments to the Civil Code of the country at an accelerated rate in the last and final reading.
Abkhazia to merge with Transnistria
Tiraspol: Interior ministers of Abkhazia and Transnistria have signed a cooperation agreement for an unlimited period. Despite Georgia's attempts to retain the breakaway republics within its borders Sukhum and Tskhinval are going their way. Countries with an undetermined status in the world politics are a serious support for their establishing statehoods. Only joint effort can help them get worldwide recognition.
Tbilisi Mayor’s Office starting holdups
It looks like breaking up the armless and the defenseless has become a habit among the Georgian authorities. After the special services severely beat the participants of an oppositional meeting on May 26, the turn of street traders has come. Tbilisi Mayor’s Office has ganged up on those seeking for an extra job to add to their miserable salary. The Christian-Democrats party came out in their support demanding that the authorities respect the citizens’ rights.
Saakashvili comes out with Arab dancing
Mikhail Saakashvili and his henchmen are fond of finding their names in various western ratings, so they must be pleased with the new report prepared by the Freedom House nongovernment organization. It stipulates the high probability of an Arab scenario in some of the post-Soviet states. The document points at the processes that are most hazardous for the country’s stability and if we compare them it becomes clear that the authors of the report primarily mean Georgia.
Sakartvelo’s no-wine economy
The many-year embargo on Georgian wines and mineral water supply to Russia may be raised in the nearest time. This was stated after the visit of the Free Georgia party leaders Kakha Kukava and Giorgy Tsanava to the Russian capital where they met with head of Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights Gennadiy Onishchenko. Sakartvelo experts and businessmen are getting ready for a voyage where they will discuss definite steps on bringing the Georgian products back to the Russian market.
Caucasus tested by another union
The idea of setting up a customs union between Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey is again discussed by the expert community. Director of the Oil Research Center Ilham Shaban took the floor after the head of the Center for Strategic Planning Ahmed Shirinov. He says the union might be established by the time Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway starts operating. The prospect of the project and the possible motivation of members of the potential association have been discussed by GeorgiaTimes correspondent with an expert of the Institute of Strategic Assessment and Analysis Sergey Demidenko.2011-07-06 14:58
Georgia is losing “passport war”
The Georgian authorities are again trying to hush down definitive loss of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. This time Tbilisi tries to tempt population of the republics with “neutral” passports. However, judging by all, this initiative of Mikheil Saakashvili’s regime is doomed to failure. Natella Akaba, secretary of Abkhazia’s Public Chamber, told GeorgiaTimes why Tskhinval and Sukhum won’t agree to use these documents.2011-07-06 12:24
Saakashvili buys love abroad
Las week a number of Georgian mass media were exultant about a research carried out by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (USA) claiming that nearly 80% Georgians support policies pursued by Saakashvili and his government. Yesterday, the IPM institute of public opinion and marketing presented its results stating that only 4% of the country’s citizens like Mishiko. What’s the reason for such a colossal mismatch? The answer is near at hand.
Georgia forgetting kinship
Struggle against Russia is turning into a mania. Having no chance to defeat the damned enemy on the battle field, Saakashvili’s regime is trying to “win” by eradicating “Russisms” One of such words is the name of the country – now an eyesore to the country leaders. Sakartvelo authorities insist on forgetting the word Gruzia. There is another word that sounds better.
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