Thursday, 23 February 2017
Archive by 2011-07-22
"Photographers-spies" were liberated from court 2011-07-22 20:47 It was just reported that three Georgian photographers, who were accused of spying for Russia were liberated from court in Tbilisi.
Saakashvili met with the representative of the European Union 2011-07-22 18:29 Today in Adjara, Batumi, meeting of Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili and EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Stefan Fule took place.
In Adjara a giant khachapuri will be baked 2011-07-22 18:07 July 28 they are preparing to set a new record for the baking of a giant khachapuri in Adjara.
Andriashvili: my client was beaten 2011-07-22 16:42 According to lawyer Nino Andriashvili, her former client - photojournalist Zurab Kurtsikidze, was influenced not only psychologically but also physically.
Patarkatsishvili's family gets Rustavi Metallurgical Plant back 2011-07-22 15:48 Rustavi Metallurgical Plant has been returned to family of Badri Patarkatsishvili.
Experts: situation around food safety in Georgia is satisfactory 2011-07-22 14:27 As the experts of the Georgian Service of food safety noted, the picture of the Georgian market of food products is in general satisfactory.
"Photographers-spies" are changing their lawyers 2011-07-22 13:55 Georgian photographers, arrested on suspicion of spying for Russia, are changing their lawyers.
In Tbilisi, company "Alfa-Com" was put up for auction 2011-07-22 13:32 In Georgia a four-year right for management of the company which is engaged in the management of a television tower in Tbilisi was put on an electronic auction.
Minister of Diaspora: we will not leave Javakhk 2011-07-22 12:58 Diaspora Minister of Armenia Granush Akopian told about development of relations with the Armenian population of Javakhk.
Gasoline In South Ossetia will become cheaper 2011-07-22 11:53 In South Ossetia in September fuel prices may begin decline.
Saakashvili eliminates slavish mentality by driblets
The president of Georgia is doing his best to promote national tourism industry: for just one day he did some skiing in the mountains and scuba dived in the sea explaining how he will eliminate slavish mentality in Sakartvelo. However, if Saakashvili’s “exploits” are watched carefully, there is one curious trend. He never invents things strictly following the example of his number one “enemy” – PM Vladimir Putin.
Ugulava the decorative president
Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava is always open for communication with the press; he is always tactful and kind. In his city, everything is all right and if any problems occur, all of them are easily solved. Now President Mikhail Saakashvili’s supporter asserts that several socio-economical projects are being realized in the Georgian capital at once; they are aimed at reducing the unemployment level and support of the unprotected groups of citizens. Doesn’t it look like a fairy tale, Mr. Mayor?
Lari has run out of credit
Where there is no trust there is no love and future. It is a poor country if its citizens doubt their own economy and currency, preferring to make savings in foreign notes. Gallup, a famous American organization studying public opinion, has found out that the Georgians treat lari with suspicion. Only some part of Sakartvelo citizens believes that this is a stable and reliable monetary unit, in which one’s precious earnings may be stored.
Wikileaks unveils Caucasian passions
Notorious Wikileaks site comes up with new details of Georgia’s attempts to widen its influence in Caucasus and weaken Russia’s significance in this region. According to the freshly published information, not long ago president Mikheil Saakashvili was going to take advantage of the rapprochement process between Turkey and Armenia. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed reasons why the head of the Georgian state will not make his dreams come true with Heydar Jemal, chair of the Islamic committee of Russia.2011-07-22 20:55
NGOs afraid to spy
One of the largest NGOs in Georgia, Human Rights Center, having evidently decided to be in advance of events, has stated that human rights defenders would soon become the main heroes of the spy scandals. Head of the Center Ucha Nanuashvili said that he has been spied upon since March and representatives of other public organizations are talking about total wiretap.
Georgian Themis hat in hand
Yesterday, Supreme Council of Justice of Georgia gathered representatives of NGO, diplomatic missions and journalists so as to share the happy news about its achievements in the creation of an independent judicial system. However, an attempt to dust eyes has failed. It is very difficult to do in a country where over 99 percent of judicial sentences are judgements of guilty and where the court is subject to the prosecutor’s office. Experts have no trust in judges.
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