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Archive by 2011-07-27
President of Azerbaijan and Turkish Prime Minister have met "one on one" 2011-07-27 20:17 Today in Baku, Azerbaijanian President Ilham Aliyev met with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Ajaria intends to struggle for "blue flag" 2011-07-27 19:04 Adjaria coast may be awarded status of compliance with international environmental standard of "blue flags".
Saakashvili: Reforms in Georgia is now the brand for the entire South Caucasus 2011-07-27 18:30 According to the head of the Georgian state Mikhail Saakashvili, the reforms taking place in the country became the important brand for the whole South Caucasus region.
In Tbilisi, the details of compensation to victims of repression announced 2011-07-27 17:47 In Georgia a press conference, where the details on payment of compensation to victims of repression of Soviet times will be released, is scheduled for today.
The Georgian authorities have begun proceedings on soccer player Kakha Kaladze's company 2011-07-27 16:36 The Georgian government intends to examine legality of the company "Arsenal City", which is owned by famous Georgian soccer player Kakha Kaladze.
In Sakartvelo "Names of 2011" were announced 2011-07-27 15:41 In Georgia, they announced the names of top people of the country in 2011.
Family Saakashvili got richer 2011-07-27 14:45 Over the past year the family of Mikhail Saakashvili has become richer by 140 thousand dollars.
Khaindrava: Kitsmarishvili is always where dirt and confrontation are 2011-07-27 14:02 Former state minister of the Government of Georgia for Conflict Resolution Giorgi Khaindrava accused one of the leaders of the local opposition Erosi Kitsmarishvili in betrayal and connivance to ideas of the ruling regime.
In Georgia, a new political movement was formed 2011-07-27 13:03 Today it was reported that in Georgia a new political movement called "Power to the people".
Komorowski: Poland will facilitate the accession of Georgia to NATO 2011-07-27 12:27 According to Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, Poland intends to support Georgia's aspirations to join such institutions as the EU and NATO and will assist it in any way.
Mishiko’s anti-sanitary regime
Early in summer Georgian authorities provoked a flare-up in meat prices by establishing an artificial monopoly on the market with reference to introduction of more stringent norms in the run-up to the signature of a free trade agreement with the EU. Later it was found out that the agreement does not exist but somebody made a fortune on expensive meat. A new confirmation of indifference to sanitary norms was the research of the International Organization for Consumer Rights protection that revealed total insanitation on markets of the Georgian capital.
Georgian MFA tackling hotels
Georgia is discouraged: a small hotel in the center of Brussels, the capital of the European bureaucracy, has recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The watchful Georgian citizens found the names of the two former autonomies in the “country” section in the reservation form available on the hotel website. Their indignation was indescribable. The fact was reported not only to the media but even to the Foreign Ministry, which started an investigation so as not to miss the chance of blowing up another international scandal.
Saakashvili got his Photogate
Ridiculous accusations of espionage in Russia’s favour addressed at Zurab Kurtsikidze, Georgiy Abdaladze, Irakly and Natia Gedenidze turned out another shame for the Georgian justice. Having found no other proof of their guilt, Vano Merabishvili’s assistants forced the photographers to make confessionary statements and then released them. Besides another demonstration of the citizens’ defenselessness before the authorities’ lawlessness, this process, which was suddenly ceased, showed that even Saakashvili’s close associates prefer making a little money on the side to the fair fulfillment of their responsibilities.
Saakashvili’s endless circle
Despite the efforts of Sakartvelo leader Mikheil Saakashvili to convince the population that the country’s withdrawal from the Commonwealth of Independent States was the right solution, members of this organization remain Georgia’s key trade partners. Year after year imports and exports between Tbilisi and its former neighbors in the USSR are constantly growing, though Georgia tries to cooperate with China and the United States. GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed the reasons with Valery Homyakov, director general of the Council for National Strategy.2011-07-27 20:52
Nagorny Karabakh: fighting or making peace?
The smoldering Nagorno-Karabakh conflict each month threatens to grow into a large-scale war. Baku and Yerevan with Stepanakart exchange harsh statements and are not eager to make concessions. Unfortunately, the continuing aggression in the region plays into many hands – those of the participants and third-party observers, for it allows making some political and sometimes material capital.
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