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Alasania: "Georgian Dream" is a new stage in the life of Sakartvelo 2011-12-12 18:23 According to the leader of the Georgian opposition party "Our Georgia - Free Democrats", former Georgian ambassador to the UN Irakli Alasania, the emergence of new social movement in Sakartvelo "Georgian Dream" became a new stage in the politics and public life of the country.
Georgia is preparing to Geneva talks 2011-12-12 17:16 During the Geneva talks the Georgian side intends to demand from Russia a commitment on non-resumption of fire.
Azerbaijan's investments in Georgia are growing 2011-12-12 16:21 According to information released today by the specialists of the Georgian statistical office "Gruzstat" ("Sakstat"), during the first three quarters of this year Azerbaijan has invested $ 40.4 million in Georgia.
Monitoring at the Georgian - Russian border will be a two-component 2011-12-12 15:43 According to Deputy Georgian Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze, under an agreement on Russia's accession to the WTO, the border between Russia and Georgia will be provided with a two-component monitoring of all the goods.
The office of the "Georgian Dream" started work 2011-12-12 15:17 Today in the Georgian capital, a new office of socio-political movement "Georgian Dream" has opened.
Gilauri: negotiations with the EU on free trade are very important for Georgia 2011-12-12 14:50 According to the head of the Georgian government Nikoloz Gilauri, Georgia attaches great importance to the commencement of negotiations with the EU on free trade.
Pirosmani sold at Sotheby's for 500 000 pounds 2011-12-12 14:32 Another work of Georgian self-taught artist Niko Pirosmani was sold at London's Sotheby's.
Brovtsev: there's no either external or internal threats for South Ossetia 2011-12-12 13:55 Prime Minister of South Ossetia Vadim Brovtsev, temporary acting head of the republic, held a meeting with the leadership of law enforcement agencies.
Dzhioeva: Putin is a emblematic figure for South Ossetia 2011-12-12 13:38 South Ossetian leader of opposition Alla Dzhioeva believes that "Popular Front" in support of Vladimir Putin, created in the republic on her initiative, will gather representatives of different political forces.
Shevardnadze: Russia will avoid revolution 2011-12-12 13:16 Former Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze believes that the revolution in Russia is impossible for an example of those that occurred in the Middle East.
Tbilisi is afraid of the Eurasian Union 2011-12-12 12:34 Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze said that the Russian authorities intend to restore the borders of the Soviet Union, and hoped on free and fair presidential elections in Russia.
Georgia: exported vice
Georgians continue fleeing from Mikhail Saakashvili’s “country of welfare”. Most of them try to get to Europe by all means but many choose the territory of CIS where the problem of language is not that big.
In Sakartvelo - it's cheaper to die
The new bill is being prepared in the lobbies of the building at Rustaveli Avenue. The calls to emergency services such as fire team, ambulance, emergency and police patrol will be paid. Member of the Republican Party of Georgia Tinatin Khidasheli said about this on the eve at the briefing.
NATO plays with Mishiko
As state minister for European integration Georgi Baramidze stated, Georgia now has a new status – “NATO’s candidate” and is mentioned together with Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, all of them MAP holders. In the meantime Russian FM Sergey Lavrov warns leaders of NATO member states against giving unbalanced Mikheil Saakashvili too much hope: full of joy, he might organize repetition of August 2008. Sergey Mikheev, vice president of the Center for political conjuncture, comments on the situation for GeorgiaTimes.2011-12-12 21:41
Who lives well after Russia?
There is still no definitive estimates of the consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Some still consider it a major geopolitical disaster, while others believe that the union republics gained independence and began to live much better. So how in fact things are at post-Soviet space? Twenty years is a considerable period, during this time a new generation has grown that knows about the Soviet Union only from the pages of textbooks, it is alien to the common boundaries and the mixing of diverse cultures in a single pot. But is it good?
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