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Archive by 2011-08-04
Georgia does not know about the visit of Sarkozy 2011-08-04 19:49 According to the Georgian State Minister for Reintegration Eka Tkeshelashvili, the Georgian side has no information about visit of French President Nicolas Sarkozy to Georgia.
Gilauri pleased with the state of inflation in Georgia 2011-08-04 19:17 According to the Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri, government's expectations on decrease of inflation were justified.
Utiashvili will be interrogated on the case of Bitsadze 2011-08-04 18:35 Interrogation of the head of information-analytical department of the Georgian Interior Ministry Shota Utiashvili is scheduled for August 8 this year.
Tourists have loved Adjaria 2011-08-04 17:31 According to the information announced today by the Department of Tourism in Adjaria, during the first two days of August this year, the capital of Adjaria - Batumi - was visited by 28 000 535 tourists.
Defense Minister of Abkhazia was awarded a new title 2011-08-04 16:47 Abkhaz Defense Minister Mirab Kishmariya was awarded the military rank of army general.
In Znaur region, South Ossetia, there was discovered a cache of ammunition 2011-08-04 15:52 A hidden ammunition dump, so-called "cache", was found near the village of Issakau, Znaur region, South Ossetia.
In Kutaisi, refugees can be evicted 2011-08-04 14:30 According to representatives of the party "Free Georgia", they have reliable information that the authorities are planning to start the process of eviction of refugees from Kutaisi.
Cooperation between the U.S. and Georgia was discussed in Georgia 2011-08-04 13:30 Several issues related to the US-Georgian cooperation were discussed in the Georgian Foreign Ministry.
The body of Tamta Liparteliani was delivered to Sakartvelo 2011-08-04 12:49 The body of Georgian girl, murdered in Norway - Tamta Liparteliani, was delivered to the homeland.
Economic growth of Georgia is 3.9 percent 2011-08-04 12:39 According to data on second quarter this year, economic growth of Georgia is 3.9 percent over the same period last year.
Georgian police muddying the waters
Georgian coastal guards have cut loose of late. It’s either Sakartvelo seaside law enforcers need to hit the target, or Vano Merabishvili’s administrations are running out of money, but the fact remains that the security officials have churned out the fines imposed on foreign vessels. For instance, at the end of July, a ship flying the flag of the Marshall Islands was detained in Batumi and the same thing happened to a Turkish tanker almost a week later.
Saakashvili teaches to muddle brains
Mikheil Nikolozovich, silent for a while, is now back to surprise his citizens and sideline observers with the scope of his imagination and verbal eloquence. In a burst of inspiration he told why female models were recruited to the customs service tasked to “muddle drivers’ brains”. The president also boasted that Georgia is the best country of the world with so many achievements, naturally due to Saakashvili’s wise governance. Girls are nothing, mister president! You are number one to throw dust in people’s eyes.
Medvedev scares Tbilisi with a formality
Last week Russian president Dmitry Medvedev submitted treaty on facilitation of the customs regime with Abkhazia to the State Duma. Georgia’s foreign office was quick to accuse the Kremlin of provocations in the run-up to the next round of talks on Russia’s WTO entry. Rehabilitating itself in the eyes of the West that views Tbilisi as an obstacle for strategic partnership with Russia, Georgian diplomats ignore the fact that the customs document was signed last autumn.
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