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Rogozin: Russia does not care of NATO's opinion about the elections in South Ossetia 2011-11-14 18:42 According to the Permanent Representative of Russia to NATO Dmitry Rogozin, the Russian government does not care of how NATO assesses the results of the presidential election in South Ossetia, which took place yesterday.
Kalandadze: the European Union is interested in Georgia 2011-11-14 17:42 According to deputy head of Georgian Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze, the visit of the EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Catherine Ashton to Georgia indicates a special interest of the EU to this South Caucasus country.
Independent TV does not trust the National Communications Commission 2011-11-14 17:07 National Communications Commission of Georgia has got expression of distrust.
Ivanishvili is outraged by Saakashvili's authoritarianism 2011-11-14 16:12 Recently, Georgian businessman and politician Bidzina Ivanishvili expressed his indignation at authoritarian government of Mikheil Saakashvili on the pages of the French Le Monde.
Georgian Foreign Ministry handed over a protest note to Russia on the situation with the building in Moscow 2011-11-14 15:48 Georgian Foreign Ministry handed over a protest note to to their Russian colleagues in connection with the problems associated with the operation of the Consular Service of the Georgian Interests Section at the Swiss Embassy in Moscow.
Ivanishvili sells his "Russian business" for $ 2 billion 2011-11-14 14:48 Georgian billionaire who has recently entered the high politics, Bidzina Ivanishvili, has expressed his willingness to sell his Russian business for two billion dollars.
According to the poll, unemployment situation in Georgia has worsened 2011-11-14 13:48 According to a recent poll, conducted in Georgia in September 2011, 62 percent of the inhabitants of South Caucasian country consider looking for work a major problem, while 72 percent consider it the main problem area in Sakartvelo.
Bakradze does not comment the statement of the Patriarch about Ivanishvili 2011-11-14 13:10 The head of Georgian Parliament David Bakradze has refrained from commenting the statements, made on the eve by the Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia II, who has called up to grant Georgian citizenship Bidzina Ivanishvili.
The head of the World Tourism Organization has arrived in Baku 2011-11-14 12:30 Today, a visit of the Secretary General of World Tourism Organization (WTO), Taleb Rifai to the Azerbaijani capital begins.
The second round of voting in South Ossetia is inevitable 2011-11-14 12:09 The Central Electoral Commission of South Ossetia has released preliminary data on the presidential elections in the country, past on the eve.
Bakradze has discussed taxes with businessmen 2011-11-14 11:20 A meeting of Speaker of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze with local businessmen is scheduled for today in the Georgian capital.
The US will moor to the Georgian shore
The US Navy is looking for a place in Georgia to build a full-fledged base on the Black Sea coast. But it was the Armenian sources which have announced about this. This is not about public negotiations between Pentagon and official Tbilisi. The Georgian side is hoping to kill two birds with one stone in this matter: to ensure a permanent presence the U.S. Navy on its territory, and to earn money for operation and maintenance of the naval base.
NATO has left Saakashvili with a tie
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen had arrived in Georgia and promised Saakashvili that his country would someday join NATO, and went away. This visit, from a factful point of view, was not worth a damn.
Prison for president
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili on whose initiative the country’s constitution was literally rewritten, has changed his mind refusing to become Prime Minister. According to the Georgian leader, head of the government “is completely dependent on the country’s parliament”. Is he sure that outside government he will avoid clingy hands of international justice? As politologists repeated many times, Mikheil Nikolayevich will end up in prison.
Despite the fact that the visit of NATO general secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen was of no practical effect, Tbilisi burst into euphoria with experts heralding Georgia’s prompt NATO accession. GeorgiaTimes correspondent asked Felix Stanevsky, head of the Caucasus department at the Institute of the CIS countries to comment whether such hopes have grounds.2011-11-14 19:41
NATO puts Mishiko before election
The miracle did not happen, heaven is not opened wide, and the manna did not spill out. Alas. NATO secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen, arrived to Georgia, rattled off a lot of nice words and casually posed next barriers for Sakartvelo on its path to the Alliance. Now Georgia and NATO are separated by the Western claims to conduct exemplary democratic elections and at the same time to find a common language with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Director of the Institute of Political Studies Sergey Markov shared his views on Georgian perspective with GeorgiaTimes.2011-11-14 10:41
Sakartvelo’s iron budget
Carrying out revolutionary reforms to revive the country’s economy Georgian government started to conquer the world with …scrap metal with Saakashvili planning to earn nearly USD 60 mln selling it. “For dessert” Georgia plans to flood European market with churchkhela. These statements are made against the background of news on a 40% increase of Sakartvelo’s foreign trade turnover.
Russia implants stability in Georgia
Georgia’s debt to Russia, one of its creditors, amounts to USD 115 mln. In light of latest events over the WTO entry, it is evident that Moscow will not claim this money in 2012. Considering that Georgia’s energy sector is almost fully owned by Russian companies, it is possible that Russia’s presence in the region will grow. There is a simple explanation to this paradox in lack of diplomatic relations between two countries.
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