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Archive by 2011-08-12
South Ossetia intends to attract Russian investments 2011-08-12 17:41 South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity told about conditions of the deployment of Russian investments in the republic.
Tugushi asks the authorities of Sakartvelo to take in account the needs of refugees 2011-08-12 16:45 Finally, the ombudsman of Georgia Giorgi Tugushi draw his attention to the problems of Georgian refugees.
The Georgian government has remitted debts of 100 companies 2011-08-12 15:27 The Georgian government has decided to cancel the debt of about one hundred public companies.
Expert: The Georgian government is afraid of responsibility 2011-08-12 15:14 According to the Georgian expert Liana Dzhervalidze, transfering of shares of the Georgian state-owned companies to the international exchange will relieve government of Georgia for liability for potential conflict of geopolitical interests.
Russia and Georgia signed a "peace" three years ago 2011-08-12 14:15 Three years ago - on August 12, 2008 - Russia and Georgia signed an agreement on a cease-fire and resume hostilities in the territory of Sakartvelo.
Refugees will protest in Tbilisi again 2011-08-12 13:30 Today another protest action of refugees will be helg in Tbilisi.
Environmentalists have examined pollution of the rivers of Kura and Araz 2011-08-12 13:03 The August results of monitoring the level of pollution of transboundary rivers Kur and Araz were announced today by the environmental department of Azerbaijan.
Fuchs and Frenkel want to appeal to the Supreme Court of Georgia 2011-08-12 12:13 According to information released today by Archil Kbilashvili, a lawyer of Israeli businessmen Roni Fuchs and Zeyev Fraenkel, his clients intend to challenge the Tbilisi Court of Appeal decision at the Supreme Court of Georgia.
12.08.08. Internet reports
This publication gives witnesses’ account of the August-2008 events they presented in their blogs. GeorgiaTimes correspondents collected the stories written by Tskhinval residents, city defendants, the military, journalists and those who simply cared for the situation, shocked at Saakashvili’s bloody massacre over South-Ossetians. Today’s issue contains the chronicle of August 12, the fifth day of war.
Georgia’s hypocrisy ends in war
The war of August 8, 2008 has its roots. Taking a look at the chronicle of the events that were taking place in Georgia since late 1980s, no doubts remain that the Russian-Georgian war was predestined. Let’s analyze milestones of contemporary history of Georgia and its former autonomies. Looking at the history cut at large, the events of August 2008 don’t look unexpected.
War chronicle. The fatal final
On the night of August 12, Tskhinval sleeps peacefully for the first time since war began, though battles still go on near the capital. Anyway, Georgia’s victory is out of the question. After his shameful loss in the battlefield, the scared Georgian leader started seeking support in the West, accusing Russia of “aggression”. In the meantime, President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev and President of France Nicolas Sarcozy sign a historically important document – a six-item agreement on cease-fire and the start of negotiations on Abkhazia and South Ossetia’s status.2011-08-12 12:48
The Lost Georgia: Angel’s wings stolen
200 years ago Georgian prince Bagration was protecting Moscow against Napoleon’s troops and a short time afterwards Tbilisi was the last refuge for Griboyedov, a great Russian dramatist. Friendship between our nations has been getting stronger for centuries. Georgia gave Russia a constellation of prominent commanders, statesmen, scholars and artists. It is a pity to realize that crimes of one person, Saakashvili, crossed out ancient ties between Georgians and Russians now viewing each other as adversaries.
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