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Four airports for tourists will be built in the North Caucasus 2012-01-11 18:45 The flow of tourists to the resorts of the Caucasus will be significantly increased in the next few years - to 40 thousand people per day, which will require modernization of transport and logistics system, in particular the construction of four new airports and reconstruction of the six operating airports in the region.
U.S. awarded medal to Kadyrov 2012-01-11 17:40 The head of the Chechen Republic was awarded a medal and a diploma from the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM International), which made special mention of his contribution and understanding of the importance of standardization in the scientific, technical and economic development of the Chechen Republic.
U.S. awarded medal to Kadyrov 2012-01-11 16:52 The head of the Chechen Republic was awarded a medal and a diploma from the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM International), which made special mention of his contribution and understanding of the importance of standardization in the scientific, technical and economic development of the Chechen Republic.
Ski season in Gudauri opened 2012-01-11 16:30 Ski season opened aat the winter resort of Gudauri in eastern Georgia, "Georgia News" reported citing the press service of Tbilisi City Hall.
Clinton worried about Tymoshenko 2012-01-11 16:02 Head of the Department of State Hillary Clinton promised Yulia Tymoshenko support of Washington in her letter to former prime minister.
U.S. accused Damascus of escalating violence in the country 2012-01-11 14:44 During ten days of the of the work of observers of LAS (League of Arab States) about 400 people were killed in Syria, said the UN Deputy Secretary General for Political Affairs Lynn Pascoe, Associated Press reported. The deputy head of the agency cited the data on the number of killed in Syria at the UN Security Council meeting, which took place yesterday.
Ivanishvili has spent about $ 10 million on "Georgian dream" 2012-01-11 14:00 In 2011, the Georgian billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili and his movement "Georgian Dream" spent about 16.5 million GEL, which amounts to $ 10 million.
The ban on elections in Zhanaozen canceled 2012-01-11 13:15 Kazakhstan's Constitutional Council hasn't managed to override the veto of President Nursultan Nazarbayev on the ban on parliamentary elections were held in the city Zhanaozen.
Adjara and Azerbaijan have outlined a plan of cooperation 2012-01-11 12:32 The head of Government of Adjara Levan Varshalomidze and the Consul General of Azerbaijan Huseyin Najafov discussed a plan of cooperation in Batumi.
Freed sailors will be taken to Kenya January 12 2012-01-11 11:43 The vessel with the Georgian sailors released from captivity will enter the safe port in Kenya on January 12. There the documents for their return home will be formalized.
Laborists vs Ivanishvili
Conflict between the Georgian Labor Party and opposition tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili continues in the new year. Party leader Shalva Naletashvili said that for the businessman the common people - it's "disposable mass" and promised together with President Saakashvili to "root out" him from the political field the republic.
Sailors set free. Thanks to Saakashvili?
Georgia is celebrating with great joy the release of 15 sailors from terrible Somalia captivity that lasted for one year and a half. Alas, the event is darkened by the realization that the authorities have been too slow solving the matter and risking lives of compatriots in their efforts to make the ransom price lower. As a result, the life of a Georgian sailor costs less than 200 thousand dollars, not USD 1 mln as was requested initially. Having paid the ransom, Mikheil Saakashvili reaps the laurels of a liberator.
Iranian none-peaceful atom
Iran and the U.S. continue to play on thin ice. Tehran announced the launch of a plant to enrich uranium to 20 percent. This figure is a "red line" when it is still a "peaceful atom". The U.S. protest: they are trying to accuse the Islamic Republic of the production of nuclear weapons. The politicians' rhetoric is confrontational. Against this background, the relations of Iran, perhaps the prewar, with their Caucasian neighbors - Azerbaijan and Georgia - are not so evident.2012-01-11 11:50
Syrian Circassians facing genocide?
Representatives of the Syrian diasporas in the Caucasus are seeking salvation in their historical motherland. Abkhaz MFA and head of the Republic of Adygeya have already voiced their intention to accept the fellow countrymen. Meanwhile, their repatriation is seriously hampered by Mukhabarat, Syrian counterintelligence. The situation seems to be more than strange, for the Syrian Circassians have provided support to both the ruling Assads: Hafez the father and Bashar the son.
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