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Archive by 2011-07-14
In Tbilisi, the action in support of photographers has begun 2011-07-14 19:43 This moment action in support of the detained photographers in front of the residence of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has begun.
Serdyukov: Russia won't increase the number of its troops in Abkhazia 2011-07-14 19:07 According to information released today by the head of the Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov, Russia has no plans to increase the number of troops in the territory of Abkhazia.
Expert: Georgia provides diversification across markets 2011-07-14 18:57 According to the Georgian expert - economist, Eka Lekashvili, the recent Georgian-Chinese business forum has once again pointed the fact that Georgia is increasingly beginning to keep pace with the process of modern globalization and actually provides diversification across markets.
The Europeans are beginning to verify the Georgian media 2011-07-14 18:14 In Sakartvelo, there begins a large-scale monitoring of Georgian media at the initiative of the Programme of the European Union and the UN UNDP.
Georgia intends to open 40 nature monuments for tourists 2011-07-14 17:25 According to the expert of geo-tourism center Zaza Gagua, about 40 natural monuments of Georgia, made to the IUCN Red List, will soon become available for tourists.
There will be written "Georgia" in the american visas for Georgians 2011-07-14 16:49 Currently, the U.S. Embassy in Sakartvelo starts the procedure for replacing old code on visas for Georgian citizens.
Georgia will receive 50 million EUR from the European Commission's 2011-07-14 16:08 The European Commission has decided to allocat economic aid to Georgia in the amount of 50.73 million euros.
Armenia will receive a credit of one hundred million euros 2011-07-14 15:45 In order to help to overcome the economic crisis the European Union has decided to allocate Armenia a loan of one hundred million euros.
A unified voting bloc can be created in Abkhazia 2011-07-14 13:28 The Council of Elders of Abkhazia issued a proposal to create a unified voting bloc to all candidates for the presidency of the Republic of Abkhazia.
Bass has visited the summer camp of training of teachers 2011-07-14 12:15 On the eve the U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Bass has made a trip to a summer camp for a program of civic education and teacher training center at the Free University.
Tbilisi asks Tskhinval’s forgiveness
On July 11 not far away from the Georgian-South Ossetian border a new tragedy struck ending in the death of a young woman as a result of random shooting. Naturally, Georgian mass media declared the Ossetian side as responsible for the shootout. The authorities of South Ossetia were quick to refute their involvement in the incident. No one would have believed them but after a while representatives of the Georgian interior ministry phoned Tskhinval excusing for false information. This acknowledgement takes Georgians beyond the context of the cold war between two sides.
Georgians prefer Patriarch over President
The ongoing conflict between church and state explicitly shows that even adopting vital laws the authorities act like an elephant in a china shop. On one hand, to ensure equal rights to all religious denominations in the country is a direct responsibility of a secular state. On the other hand – adoption of laws on such a delicate issue as creed needs thorough consideration of interests of all parties involved. However, the Georgian authorities preferred to ignore needs of common citizens as another demonstration of Saakashvili’s despotic regime.
Group of six joins the struggle
Six opposition parties of Georgia announce the start of struggle against Saakashvili’s current regime threatening to bring one third of the population of the republic under their banners. Simultaneously, representatives of the “group of six” don’t exclude new protest rallies as an option. Yet, the main way to power change is thoroughly peaceful, they claim. What are the prospects for this group of six in their confrontation with Mishiko?2011-07-14 19:39
Armed conflicts launched by Georgian authorities against Abkhazia and South Ossetia still affect the citizens of the three countries. In these last years, Tskhinval and Sukhum have been busy with the processes of reviving the ruined infrastructure, while Tbilisi continues its aggression – this time, against its own population. The republic’s government openly conducts the policy of discriminating refugees, actually kicking the people out into the street. A well-known Georgian politician Alexander Shalamberidze has told GeorgiaTimes correspondent of the situation with the forcibly displaced2011-07-14 11:23
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