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Archive by 2011-08-16
"Post of Georgia" will play the lottery 2011-08-16 20:02 "Post of Georgia", besides its core business, is going to do the lottery business.
EU: Resolution of Nagorno Karabakh problem must be accelerated 2011-08-16 18:56 According to the head of the EU representation in Azerbaijan Roland Kobia, the process of settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh should be accelerated.
"Free Georgia": "Borjomi" will return to the Russian market 2011-08-16 18:29 According to information released today by the party leader "Free Georgia" Kakha Kukava, the return of Georgian products to the Russian market is fundamentally resolved.
The volume of foreign investments in Georgia is 814 million dollars 2011-08-16 17:26 The volume of direct foreign investment in Georgia in 2010 amounted to 814.5 million dollars.
Sakartvelo expects a good crop of nuts 2011-08-16 16:39 Georgian experts predict good crop of hazelnut in the country this year.
The ban on showing movies in Russian failed in Georgia 2011-08-16 15:48 In cinemas of Georgian capital of Tbilisi resumed showing movies in Russian.
Company "Silknet" was warned 2011-08-16 15:19 The National Communications Commission of Georgia issued a warning to the local company "Silknet".
Former supporters of Nogaideli intend to make public compromising materials on him 2011-08-16 14:12 The leader of the movement "For Fair Georgia" Sergo Dzhavahidze said that he was ready to publish documents that indicate the financial mismanagement of the former head of the party Zurab Nogaideli.
Georgian refugees want to get a job 2011-08-16 13:27 Georgian refugees relocated to a new area of Poti in Maltakva, demand to ensure them a job.
Expert: The Cossacks may protect South Ossetia 2011-08-16 13:08 Political analyst and professor of South Ossetian State University Elbrus Sattsaev said that the proposal of President of South Ossetia Eduard Kokoity on the provision of land in the country for representatives of the Cossacks can prevent the transformation of the country into mono-ethnic state.
Opposition: the people of Georgia have the right to refuse such authorities 2011-08-16 12:26 The representative of the opposition movement "National Forum" Anna Mirotadze said that last year alone about five thousand refugees from Abkhazia and South Ossetia were forcibly evicted from Tbilisi.
Tskhinval attracting Russian money
After the war in 2008 and further acknowledgement of its independence by Moscow, South Ossetia is gradually opening doors to Russian business. RF businessmen pay more attention to the republic while it recovers from the Georgian aggression. To enhance its investment attractiveness, RSO authorities are ready to make an unprecedented step and lease land to Russian merchants for 99 years.
Abkhazia: how the war began
On August 14, 1992 a war broke out in Abkhazia. Several thousand people hardly defined as soldiers invaded Abkhazia driving military vehicles recently obtained by Georgia as its share in the Soviet army’s “heritage”,. It was planned to organize a victory march within two or three days. Yet, things grew into a real war. The war that not only transformed Abkhazia and the political pattern of the region beyond recognition – it became a reference point in contemporary history for entire Transcaucasia. Let’s get back to global consequences later. For the time being let’s recall the first days of the war.
Mishiko driving refugees in a corner
Tbilisi authorities continue getting rid of refugees. This time, forced migrants are ousted from Abkhazia Hotel. They are cynically offered to wait for the construction of a residential complex in Rustavi to be completed, meanwhile jostling in a rent apartment. Seeing that the situation is hopeless, some people agree to a scanty compensation of ten thousand dollars, others going on with their protests. The chaos set up by Mayor of the capital Gigi Ugulava and his team was discussed by GeorgiaTimes correspondent with Parliament Deputy Petre Mamradze.2011-08-16 20:23
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