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Appathurai: Fair elections is a pledge of Georgia's accession to NATO 2011-11-30 17:33 Special NATO representative in the South Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai has made new declaration on the relations of Georgia with NATO.
Warning shots rang out in Tskhinval 2011-11-30 16:51 Today, warning shots rang out in the center of Tskhinval, at the main square of the city.
Russian Foreign Ministry commented the situation in South Ossetia 2011-11-30 15:43 The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a special statement in connection with the situation that has arisen in recent days in South Ossetia.
China invests $ 150 million in Georgia 2011-11-30 14:35 Chinese businessmen announced their intention to carry out investments in the Georgian economy.
Ivanishvili: We'll create a political party 2011-11-30 13:40 The oligarch Bidzina Ivanishvili promised to create a political party.
Subari left the "Georgian Party" 2011-11-30 12:53 Subari left opposition "Georgian Party". According to Subari, he had made such a decision, but did not tell about it openly.
TV "Maestro" ends broadcasting 2011-11-30 12:33 According to the latest information, the Georgian TV Company "Maestro" ceased broadcasting.
Dzhioeva declared herself president 2011-11-30 11:50 Despite the decision of the Supreme Court of South Ossetia to annul the results of the second round of elections for a new president, the leader of the South Ossetian opposition Alla Dzhioeva, who defeated her rival Anatoly Bibilov in the second round, on the night of November 30 announced herself president of South Ossetia.
Another meeting will be held in Gali 2011-11-30 10:30 Today in the village of Gali, under the chairmanship of the UN, another 32nd meeting of the Mechanism for Conflict Prevention and Incident Response at the border will be held.
Shevardnadze names a guide for the country
Appearance of Bidzina Ivanishvili, a businessman and a patron of arts, on Georgia’s political arena, has caused a serious commotion in the country’s stagnant public life bringing back hope that Sakartvelo will have a new path of development unlike the one imposed by Mikheil Saakashvili.
Batumelebi puts ministry of interior to shame
Georgian rights defenders plan to reanimate the story of two years ago when security structures attempted to recruit a journalist of a Batumi newspaper. Batumelebi (translated as residents of Batumi) is one of the most-read newspapers of the town. Two years ago one of its journalists was blackmailed in an attempt to make him work for Ajaria’s ministry of interior.
GUAM’s last favor to Mishiko
GUAM, an organization in pursuit of democracy and economic progress comprising Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldavia, in an attempt to please Tbilisi refused to acknowledge legitimacy of presidential elections the second round of which took place in South Ossetia yesterday.
Soviet nightmares of Sakartvelo
Establishment of the Eurasian Union is haunting official Tbilisi. Georgia is afraid that Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan would revive the Soviet Union. The claims, as usual, are addressed only to Moscow. Like, it wants to drag all the former Soviet republics into the block. To top it off, leadership of the Russian Federation is charged with placing "missiles" - allegedly in response to provocative actions in the context of the U.S. missile defense system. How to respond to the next wave of hysteria of Georgian pseudo diplomats? GeorgiaTimes' correspondent talked about this with the former2011-11-30 13:47
Islamic march to Georgia
The West has decided to change its tactics in the Caucasus. Since the aggressive policy of separation of the Caucasian republics from Russia had not given the desired fruit, Washington has decided to go other path. Now it is singing praises through Carnegie Endowment expert Thomas de Waal, talking about the advantages of sovereignty from the Soviet mother country. In his opinion, the South Caucasus will soon become mature and they will decide themselves how to live.
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