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Archive by 2011-11-01
Gvindadze: the Government is ready to increase pensions to $ 100 2011-11-01 18:00 The head of the Georgian Ministry of Finance Dmitry Gvindadze said in an interview today that the Government will fulfill its promise to increase pensions to $ 100.
Ivanishvili is preparing to live broadcasting 2011-11-01 16:56 Enhanced security measures were introduced in the building of business center, owned by well-known Georgian politician and businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili, in connection with the upcoming press conference of the businessman today.
The Second Russian Movie Festival will be held in Tbilisi 2011-11-01 16:19 The Georgian capital is preparing to take the participants and guests of the Second Russian Movie Festival on from 2 to 6 October.
In 2012, the Georgian authorities allocate 360 000 GEL for public health 2011-11-01 15:38 According to the draft state budget of Georgia, in 2012, 360 000 GEL are provided for a program to protect public health.
The Frenchmen are interested in the Georgian insurance system 2011-11-01 15:02 The Frenchmen are interested in Georgian insurance market.
Manjgaladze: Georgia is in standby mode 2011-11-01 14:39 At present, the Georgian authorities are in standby mode on proposals which were sent to Russia on the WTO accession.
TV "Trialeti" wants to broadcast Ivanishvili's interview too 2011-11-01 14:18 Regional Georgian TV company "Trialeti" expressed its willingness to broadcast live the press conference with billionaire and politician Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Now, Armenian media "sent to resign" the head of Police 2011-11-01 13:42 Armenian capital is again shrouded in rumors about another resignation. According to Trend, now Armenian media has written about the resignation of Police Chief of the Republic Alik Sargsyan.
Gilauri admitted that the main thing is to solve the unemployment problem 2011-11-01 12:35 According to the head of the Georgian government Nikoloz Gilauri, the country's main problem today is unemployment.
WTO: Switzerland is ready to become the third 2011-11-01 11:41 On the eve, Switzerland expressed its readiness to become a third party in the Georgian-Russian agreement on the Russia's accession to the WTO.
Georgian mass media on trial without investigation
Georgia’s “beacon of democracy” is shining brightly but does not make any warmth as we see from the government’s refusal to set up an ad-hoc committee investigating into the facts of pressure on mass media. It is clear that the parliamentary majority exists to push decisions favored by the president and reject oppositional initiatives. So, on the whole, voting results are quite predictable: journalists’ lives depend on those who suppress them.
An agricultural kept woman
Agriculture of Georgia - is a headache which Mikhail Saakashvili's government is shifting to foreign partners, not even hiding its impudence. Finance Minister Dmitry Gvindadze asked the opposition not to worry about cuts in funding of the agricultural sector, because the budget - is a mere drop in a sea of investment, flowing to the country from the U.S. and the EU. But noone can see the outcome. Why so?
Mishiko loves Ukraine again
Pleased with temporary tiffs between Russia and Ukraine, Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili attacked the latter with a statement that Tbilisi-Kiev relations are on a record rise, unseen even at the time of “orange” Yushenko. Where does this sudden warmth come from? Does it have any grounds?2011-11-01 15:10
WTO invasion in Tbilisi
The president and concurrently Minister of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland Micheline Calmy-Rey arrived to Tbilisi. The head of the alpine confederation is going to present to his Georgian counterpart Mikhail Saakashvili the Russian amendments to an agreement on joining its northern neighbor to the World Trade Organization, approved by his government. And there's no ground to doubt that the leader of Transcaucasian republic will accept it. Otherwise, he can face the worst diplomatic defeat after the collapse of his South Ossetian adventure.
WTO: game over, Russia holds the ball
Georgia seems to be strongly affected by the latest warning from the European Union and agrees to a compromise on Russia’s WTO entry. Sakartvelo now suggests that Moscow allow access of international monitors in Abkhazia and South Ossetia in order to control trade flows from these Transcaucasian republics. The Russian side is taking time to think. Yet, by all appearances, the long story of boring and monotonous discussions over WTO is over.
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