Thursday, 27 October 2016
Archive by 2011-07-18
Saakashvili has written a letter to Medvedev 2011-07-18 19:23 The head of the Security Council of Georgia Giorgi Bokeria said that President Mikhail Saakashvili had sent a letter to the Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev .
Gilauri: Georgia has no problems with the external debt 2011-07-18 18:45 According to the Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri Sakartvelo has no problems with the payment of external debt in the 2012 -2013 year.
In Washington, a meeting in frameworks of the Charter of partnership of the U.S. and Georgia will be held 2011-07-18 18:08 The 4th meeting of the working group on the issues of security and defense within the framework of the Charter of the United States and the strategic partnership of Georgia is scheduled for today in the U.S. capital.
In Sakartvelo, eight new hydroelectric plants will be built 2011-07-18 17:01 Georgia intends to begin construction of eight new hydroelectric plants by the end of this year.
Georgia will not produce its own computers 2011-07-18 16:32 The first company to produce computers will soon be opened in the territory of Sakartvelo, Tbilisi.
Today Georgian media were published without pictures 2011-07-18 15:53 Today, about 40 Georgian media, including online medias, were published in a special format.
Most of Georgians love "Adidas" 2011-07-18 15:30 As it turned out, the sports brand "Adidas" is the most popular among Georgian sportswear lovers.
Journalists will support arrested photographers with whistles 2011-07-18 14:18 Today, "Alia Holding" is organizing another protest rally in support of media workers photographers arrested for spying.
Georgian refugees are being again evicted from Tbilisi 2011-07-18 13:50 Today, July 18, the Georgian authorities resume the process of eviction of refugees from office buildings in Tbilisi.
In Georgia, a man has died of anthrax 2011-07-18 13:32 In eastern Georgia, a 64-year-old man has died, the cause of the tragedy was anthrax.
Opposition of South Ossetia should begin a dialogue with the government 2011-07-18 12:23 A well-know South Ossetian opposition leader Leonid Kochiyev spoke about his meeting with President of South Ossetia Eduard Kokoity.
Serdukov has brought peace to “Sukhum”
Abkhazia has been visited by Minister of Defense of Russia Anatoliy Serdukov. Unlike the rest of the Russian officials’ business trips to Abkhazia, this was not a ceremonial “courtesy visit”. Serdukov had a lot to discuss with the Abkhaz authorities, and these were not only the issues of the joined border protection. The main point of the meeting was the future of a Russian military sanatorium in Sukhum.
Saakashvili serves two masters
This morning the media space was conquered by Giorgi Haindrava’s interview with a Latvian media agency. He is a well known Georgian film director, and by the way, a predecessor of Timur Yakobashvili and Eka Tkeshelashvili as minister for conflict settlement. Now he is a political emigrant in Latvia. In his interview he unambiguously hints that the president of Georgia might serve big geopolitical players in prejudice of the interests of his own country.
Switzerland supWTOrts Russia
Despite heavy talks between Georgia and Russian on Russia’ s WTO membership, the positive result is likely. Russian FM Sergey Lavrov, now back from Washington, states that Switzerland’s proposals on resolution of contradictions between Moscow and Tbilisi are logical and conceptual. But will this document be accepted in Sakartvelo? Will both countries manage to come to terms? GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed that with well-known politologists – Sergey Miheev and Giya Huhashvili.2011-07-18 11:26
Even Hollywood won’t save Mishiko
The 2008 August conflict seems most revolting to the world community not as the fact of an armed clash between Georgia and the Russian Federation but for the scope of the media war. Despite the fact that the incident was over, Mikheil Saakashvili was forced into peace and Heidi Tagliavini’s report decidedly nailed the leader of the Caucasian leader to the barn door, both sides are still trying to win public opinion. Yet, the movie that Georgia’s taxpayers paid for – Five Days in August – was released only in the country of sponsors. And this fact is much more eloquent than words.
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