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Archive by 2011-09-13
Bagaturia: Our government spends billions for wine, women and duduk 2011-09-13 20:27 According to the Georgian opposition MP, a member of the "Unity for Justice" of the Georgian parliament Jondi Bagaturia, the current Georgian government is spending billions fro expensive entertainments and it is immoral.
Targamadze: Georgian population struggles for survival 2011-09-13 18:51 According to the leader of the Georgian Christian-Democratic Movement Giorgi Targamadze, the population of his country is in an unequal fight with the "National Movement".
The OSCE can establish a temporary mission in Georgia 2011-09-13 18:05 According to Audronius Azubalis, who is the OSCE chairman and the head of the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it is possible to create a temporary OSCE mission in Georgia, which will operate from the capital of Austria - Vienna.
Vashadze: Georgia makes the compromises on WTO 2011-09-13 16:48 As Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze said at today's briefing with journalists, Georgia makes the compromises in the negotiations on Russia's accession into the World Trade Organization (WTO), while Russia insists on its own position.
Saakashvili wants to develop "medical tourism" in Sakartvelo 2011-09-13 15:51 According to the Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili, the country's medical services should be accessible to all citizens and attractive for foreigners.
Georgia is ready to join NATO, said Bakradze 2011-09-13 15:18 As the chairman of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze believes, Georgia meets almost all requirements for accession to NATO.
They can restore air service between Tbilisi and Vilnius 2011-09-13 14:50 They can restore air service between the capitals of Georgia and Lithuania soon.
Expert: South Caucasus will split 2011-09-13 14:09 Well-known Russian political analyst Grigory Trofimchuk has predicted global changes in the South Caucasus region.
The Media: Georgia is waiting for a replacement of prime minister 2011-09-13 13:47 According to local media, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili may replace the head of government soon.
TV Channel "PIC" joins with "Region TV" 2011-09-13 13:05 CEO of TV channel "PIC" Robert Parsons said that it would be merged with another Russian-language project broadcasting from Georgia - "Region TV".
Sarkozy will discuss the agreement of 2008 in Tbilisi 2011-09-13 12:49 According to information announced to the journalists by the head of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze on the eve, one of the main topics during an upcoming visit of French President Nicolas Sarkozy to Sakartvelo is to discuss the ceasefire agreement signed after the August war between Russia and Georgia in 2008.
Wikileaks targets at Baku and hits Tbilisi
Tbilisi is used to currying favor with the United States of America, Europe and NATO, as well as its closest neighbors – Turkey and Azerbaijan. As new disclosures on Wikileaks show with regard to Azerbaijani president Ilkham Aliev’s relationship with the West, this attitude has a reason. Baku views Georgia as a sphere of its influence. Yet, the Azerbaijani leader has always known what kind of person his Georgian counterpart is. Aliev is perfectly informed of the true color of Saakashvili’s “democratic” regime.
Mishiko to pass test by faith
Georgia’s Orthodox Christians continue to prove (in deeds, not in words) their ability to be consistent and tough holding their ground that the authorities will have to reckon with. The Orthodox Council of Sakartvelo has submitted an address to the government enumerating demands and granting one week to meet them. Otherwise the Council will accuse Saakashvili’s regime of discriminating Orthodoxy in Georgia.
Tbilisi has thrown mariners overboard
It has been a year on September 8 since the Somali pirates captured the crew of the Georgian and Turkish mariners. The matter was widely discussed for the first half-year, but nothing has been heard of the mariners’ fate in the last few months. There is a reason for that. The hostages’ relatives refuse to contact the media on this sore issue, thus hoping to make the prisoners’ life easier. Fundamentally, the people have been left face to face with their trouble, for the state has actually denied them support.
PACE asked Caucasus a sexual question
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe discovered not only political but social problems in the Caucasus. Gender inequality fought by all democratic countries is flourishing in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Even despite the fact that Sakartvelo’s government set a course for aggressive European integration when Mikhail Saakashvili came to power, there is a struggle between the supporters of the “father of nations”’ regime and representatives of the conservative culture.
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