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Archive by 2011-11-09
Moscow and Tbilisi have signed an agreement on the WTO 2011-11-09 17:44 Russia and Georgia have signed the agreement on Russia's WTO accession. This was reported by Trend referring to "Reuters".
Ivanishvili is committed to protect the rights of dissidents 2011-11-09 16:52 In the near future, Georgian businessman and politician Bidzina Ivanishvili intends to initiate a number of new projects in the field of human rights.
IMF is concerned about Georgia's unemployment 2011-11-09 16:09 Today, the Permanent Representative of the International Monetary Fund in Georgia Edward Gardner expressed his concern about the high rate of unemployment in Sakartvelo.
Kvevri may become a UNESCO World Heritage 2011-11-09 15:49 Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Georgia has launched a new initiative.
Saakashvili wants to make Georgia the best candidate to the EU 2011-11-09 15:19 According to Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili, Georgia should become the best candidate for membership in the European Union.
Kobalia appreciated the new airport terminal in Yerevan 2011-11-09 14:15 According to the head of Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development Vera Kobalia, the Georgian side intends to take into account the experience of Armenian engineers and builders during the restoration of the airport in Kutaisi.
Merabishvili told Ukrainians about the success of Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs 2011-11-09 13:43 On the eve, the head of Georgian law enforcement agency Vano Merabishvili told in an interview to on-line Ukrainian edition "Segodnya.ua" told about the success of his agency in recent years.
Georgian Foreign Ministry: the talks between Moscow and Sukhum on the border are illegal 2011-11-09 12:43 Today, Georgian Foreign Ministry issued a document, which contains a protest in connection with the negotiations between Moscow and Sukhum on the delimitation of "the state Russian-Abkhaz border".
Georgia and Russia will sign an agreement on the WTO 2011-11-09 12:11 As expected, today in Geneva (Switzerland), an agreement on Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) will be signed.
Georgian government will amnesty working pensioners 2011-11-09 11:55 On the eve, Georgian parliament adopted the act "On pension amnesty" in the second reading at its plenary meeting.
Mishiko - catcher of fleeing capital
Mikhail Saakashvili promises Georgia "a year of great projects". The country will again build "100 hospitals", "raise pensions to $ 100", "open 100 processing plants" and launch new hydroelectric power station - on foreign investment, of course. But since the capital goes to their unpredictable ruler reluctant, the president called on Georgians to stand at the borders and catch the money, fleeing from Russia and Europe.
Wine gets into Gorozia’s head
Zaza Gorozia, former plenipotentiary representative of the president in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, now minister of agriculture, is full of activity having a special 10-item plan he is going to present to winemakers. Saradzhishvili cognac plant was one of the first to learn about priorities of the government. In the meantime, the Ministry of economy and sustainable development of Georgia is selling wine-making companies on the sly.
August 2008: in memory of war
Janik Fayziev’s movie “August 2008” is coming soon to feature the five-day war in South Ossetia. The film is completely different from previous works dealing with those terrible days. Ilia Bachurin, producer, shared his memories of the events of three years ago with GeorgiaTimes correspondent expressing certitude that Russia’s actions at the time of this conflict were correct.2011-11-09 20:58
Sargsyan strikes back
Diplomatic scandals between Georgia and Armenia don’t look sensational any more with relationships getting worse day after day. Whose fault is it that the conflict has sprung up, and can two Caucasian republics avoid alienation? Will Tbilisi and Yerevan be bitter enemies or will they manage to restore bygone ties? GeorgiaTimes correspondent discussed that with Vladimir Zakharov, director of the Institute of political and social research of the Black Sea and Caspian Region.2011-11-09 12:55
Georgia lays down its arms before NATO
If Georgia joins NATO, it won't be able to involve the Alliance in the war with Russia. Such a promise was made by Speaker of Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, adding that today the threat of armed conflict with its northern neighbor is significantly lower than in 2008. Georgian politicians are seeking to get an encouraging response from the West. But no one hurry to take Sakartvelo into NATO, despite numerous promises.
How much is Mikhail Saakashvili?
Things are sooner said than done. Apparently, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has a weakness for this wonderful adage, otherwise how to explain his long wrangles over the Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization? However, the outcome of the negotiations is suitable both for Russia and for now independent Abkhazia and South Ossetia. But what benefit Tbilisi receives from this? And why Mishiko makes himself sought after?
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