Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Archive by 2012-01-09
The agreement on cooperation between Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia approved 2012-01-09 18:30 Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has signed a decree approving cooperation agreements between the Georgian, Azeri and Armenian Interior Ministries, "Georgia News" reported with reference to the "Journal of Laws of Georgia."
Baku is concerned about the departure of U.S. Ambassador Matthew Bryza 2012-01-09 18:17 The U.S. ambassador Matthew Bryza has ended his diplomatic mission in Azerbaijan, and left for Washington. Bryza served in Baku for a year. He was appointed the U.S. ambassador to Azerbaijan in December last year by U.S. President Barack Obama, even bypassing the Senate because the candidacy of Bryza was met by senators with hostility.
Shevardnadze: Ivanishvili in power is beneficial to Americans 2012-01-09 15:38 It is beneficial for Americans if opposition billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili comes to power in Georgia, believes ex-President Eduard Shevardnadze, VZGLIAD reported.
Somali pirates freed the Georgian sailors 2012-01-09 15:25 15 Georgian citizens and three Turks by birth were released from captivity by Somali pirates and will soon return home. This was reported by "Echo Moskvy" with reference to the maritime agency of Georgia. The sailors were part of the staff of the ship "Olib", which was boarded by the pirates in September 2010.
Pentagon threatens to inflict a military strike on Iran 2012-01-09 15:12 The U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has once again warned Iran against trying to block the Strait of Hormuz through which 40% of all marine oil transportation in the world is provided, the Interfax reported referring to the BBC.
Tourism in the Caucasus: the future just around the corner?
The issue of the development of domestic tourism in Russia is now extremely urgent. In Turkey, where the vacationers traveled over the years, there are the surrogate alcohol and a horse dose of chlorine in swimming pools and the unstable political situation in Egypt deters tourists. Against this backdrop, the government decided to remind fellow citizens about the beauty of the North Caucasus.
Georgia that Saakashvili built
Despite its woes, Georgia continues to writhe in the constructing fever. In the Parliament, Saakashvili's supporters are lobbying the idea of "Georgian Shambhala", the garden city Lasika. They do not care of the fact that Lasika will be built on a swamp. Opponents of this idea can only silently look at how the government lays the foundation for a shaky democracy "brick by brick". And no had one asked the view of the Georgian architects and builders.
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