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"National Council" requests Sakashvili to listen to Hammarberg 2011-09-29 18:58 Representatives of the Georgian opposition movement "National Council" appealed to the authorities of the country with a call to heed the recommendations of the Commissioner for Human Rights of Council of Europe Thomas Hammarberg.
Armenia and France discuss energy cooperation 2011-09-29 18:41 Today in Paris, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan met French Prime Minister Francois Fillon. As reported by Trend with reference to the Armenian media, the parties have agreed to jointly promote the participation of French companies in projects in various sectors of Armenian economy.
The EU is ready to discuss with Georgia and Moldova the economic integration 2011-09-29 18:38 According to information the head of the Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski made public today at a press conference, at the summit of the EU "Eastern Partnership" they will announce the date to launch negotiations on economic integration with the European Union, Moldova and Georgia. This was reported by Trend citing ITAR-TASS.
Sargsyan is preparing for a visit to Tbilisi 2011-09-29 18:09 It became known today that this fall Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan intends to come on a visit to Georgia. This was reported by "Georgia-News" referring to the representative of the Armenian Embassy in Georgia. However, the exact date of Serzh Sargsyan's visit is still undetermined, he said. "This is a planned visit of Armenian President to Georgia. In the first half of October they will agree
In Tbilisi, they are waiting for the U.S. officials 2011-09-29 16:40 Representatives of the U.S. State Department intend to visit three South Caucasus countries - Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. According to "Georgia-News", the tour of the director of the office for the South Caucasus regional conflicts and the U.S. State Department Justin Friedman will last from September 28 to October 8.
Kobalia will visit Yerevan soon 2011-09-29 16:26 According to information made public on the eve by the Georgian Ambassador to Armenia Tengiz Sharmanashvili, the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Vera Kobalia intends to visit Armenia in the near future. According to "Georgia-News", the ambassador said this during a meeting with Armenian MPs. During the visit to Yerevan, the Georgian minister will attend the economic
Bakradze: Summit of the "Eastern Partnership" is significant for Georgia 2011-09-29 15:26 According to the head of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, decision of the Summit "Eastern Partnership", which opens today in Warsaw, will have a direct impact on the European future of Georgia, as well as on the current state of relations between Georgia and the EU. As reported by Trend, Bakradze called the summit "a significant event".
The EU is interested in resolving Karabakh conflict 2011-09-29 14:45 Today Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev arrived on a working visit to the Polish capital, where he'll to take part in the summit on the "Eastern Partnership". As reported by Trend, in the Warsaw International Airport "Chopin" Aliyev was met by senior officials of state and government of Poland.
Expert: Saakashvili will do anything to make life difficult for Russia 2011-09-29 14:04 The head of Fund Democracy study problems Maxim Grigoriev is sure that Georgia's position on Russia's accession to the WTO can not become a bargaining chip between Moscow and Tbilisi.
European Parliament delegation arrives to Georgia 2011-09-29 13:26 Today, the delegation of Parliamentary Forum for Population and Development in Europe (EPF) arrives in Sakartvelo. As reported by Trend, the delegation includes members of the executive committee of France, Britain, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Lithuania, Turkey, Azerbaijan, in addition - the representatives of the New York office of the UN Population Fund and the Brussels headquarters of the EPF.
In Warsaw, summit of "Eastern Partnership" opens 2011-09-29 12:24 Today in Warsaw city a two-day summit of the EU "Eastern Partnership" begins. Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili is among the other participants in the summit. As Trend reported referring to the administration of the President of Georgia, the summit of "Eastern Partnership" is attended by the leaders of the program participants - Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Ukraine, as well as the EU
Tbilisi seeks hard-fisted democracy
Forced suppression of freedom of speech, now a sad norm on streets of Georgian towns, is now residing in Georgia's parliament. At the latest session of the legislative body dedicated to the Memory and Hope Day, any interpretation of August 2008 events that was different from the official point of view was cut short immediately and harshly. And those who were brave enough to express themselves were labeled provokers and foreign spies. Petre Mamradze, a deputy of the Unity for Democracy faction, was condemned for his independent opinion.
Grigol Vashadze’s Russian déjà-vu
The Georgian ministry of foreign affairs is infuriated over the visit of RF Federation Council chairperson Valentina Matviyenko to Abkhazia to attend the inauguration of Alexander Ankvab, new president of the republic. The fact made Sakartvelo’s foreign office come up with a portion of trite statements. Tbilisi does not seem to be ill at ease digging a grave to its international reputation.
Ankvab puts bureaucracy into scrap
The government of Abkhazia, for last almost two years headed by Sergey Shamba, resigned. The new president of the republic Alexander Ankvab took office September 26 and now all the ministers, who still work, are called "acting". At the moment we know only the name of the new head of the cabinet: Leonid Lakerbaya, appointed to this position, was working as Vice Prime Minister for Social Affairs since 2005. Experts told GeorgiaTimes, who can enter into his team.2011-09-29 17:58
Mishiko cleans up after America
America's reputation is rapidly deteriorates in the Caucasus. Mikhail Saakashvili, who oppresses Georgia with the support of the U.S. administration decided to help his overlords as he can. He added that if there were not diplomatic efforts in Washington flirting with Moscow, it would be difficult last year to stop the attacks, allegedly organized by Russian security services in Sakartvelo. Well, at least someone believes in the ability of Hillary Clinton's to influence on the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. And the main thing is not to argue with a madman.
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