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Archive by 2011-09-12
Georgia and Russia are discussing WTO 2011-09-12 19:45 Today in Switzerland, representatives of Georgia and Russia hold the fifth round of negotiations on the terms of Russia's accesion into the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Saakashvili has boasted his new plot to the students 2011-09-12 19:31 As the press service of President of Georgia reported today, Mikhail Saakashvili has acquired land area of 0.5 hectares with vineyard and the territory where a house is currently being constructed.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia: Sarkozy is interested in a visit to Sakartvelo 2011-09-12 19:00 According to the deputy head of the Georgian Foreign Ministry Tornika Gordadze, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has a personal interest in a visit to Georgia.
Japan has provided a grant for Georgia's alternative energy 2011-09-12 18:04 Japan has decided to allocate a grant for Georgia's development of clean energy in Sakartvelo of 480 million yen.
Yakobashvili: U.S. do not put pressure on Tbilisi in relation to the WTO 2011-09-12 17:11 According to the Georgian Ambassador to the U.S. Temur Yakobashvili, Washington does not put pressure on Tbilisi to make concessions to Russia on WTO accession.
SOCAR has announced the stocks of "Absheron" gas field 2011-09-12 16:13 According to the first vice-president of SOCAR (State Oil Company of Azerbaijan) Khoshbakht Yusifzade, descovery of the field "Umid" last year, and recently - the field "Absheron", showed that Azerbaijan is rich in gas reserves.
In Georgia, costs for Parliamentarians were estimated 2011-09-12 15:14 Georgian parliamentarians have got 5,156,417 GEL as the salaries and allowances to these salaries in 2010.
Azerbaijan has invested in Georgia $ 25 million for six months 2011-09-12 14:21 Azerbaijan has invested about $ 13.2 million in the Georgian economy.
Georgia announced a competition for thumbnails for memorial to the victims of "genocide" of Circassians 2011-09-12 14:01 Georgia has launched a competition to design memorial to representatives of the Circassian people who appeared victims of "genocide" on the part of Russia.
Sturua presents his last play at the theater n.a. Shota Rustaveli 2011-09-12 13:27 Famous Georgian director Robert Sturua left the theater n.a. Shota Rustaveli, from which he was dismissed with a scandal.
Opposition: the power corrupts "emperor" Saakashvili 2011-09-12 12:57 Leader of the Georgian oppositional parliamentary faction "Christian Democrats" George Akhvlediani believes that in the case if Mikhail Saakashvili will take the post of Prime Minister, the country will lose international support.
Georgia to bring gas to the hammer
Official Tbilisi continues its gas affairs. Within the last year, the parliament several times offered to privatize the North-South gas pipeline but then gave up the idea. Gazprom may as well bully the Georgian natural gas transportation line by establishing monopoly in the region. Now the initiated amendments to the law have enlarged the privatization list and soon the strategic object will be available at New-York, Warsaw and London exchanges at a tolerable price. The question is who the new owner will be.
Don’t look a gift netbook in the screen
Netbooks, a generous gesture of Georgian authorities for first-grade students and their parents has turned out a cunning trick: in case of damage, parents will have to pay GEL 700 for the defect. The idea is brilliant since cheap gadgets almost fall to pieces. Manana Nachkebia, one of the leaders of the New Rights party speals about the situation in Georgia’s education to GeorgiaTimes.2011-09-12 21:47
Tbilisi disrupting “holiday plans”
In recent years, Georgian economy has been lasting on fiery speeches of President Mikhail Saakashvili and foreign credits obtained through them. Tbilisi seeks for various ways to make Tbilisi less financially dependent. Local authorities reckon that tourism is to become one of the economic engines but the dreams shatter against grim reality: the raging inflation makes most services provided by local resorts unavailable for the majority of guests. GeorgiaTimes correspondent asked leader of the oppositional Imedi party Irina Sarishvili why the government’s “holiday plans” are disrupted.2011-09-12 14:26
Mikheil Saakashvili’s revolutionary song
Georgian mass media are actively discussing Mikheil Saakashvili’s speech at an international economic forum in Krynitza yesterday. Omitting words of praise to the host party, it turns out there is nothing to discuss. Mishiko spoke in general words presenting last year’s news. No wonder: to speak about the current state affairs in Georgia’s public life is more trouble than it’s worth. That’s why he considers a “mental revolution” as his main achievement.
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