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Archive by 2012-01-19
Nino Burjanadze is ready to meet with Prokhorov 2012-01-19 18:53 One of the Georgian opposition leaders Nino Burjanadze has highly commended the statement of Russian oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov about the need to intensify the negotiations between Moscow and Tbilisi.
U.S. investigates DDOS-attacks on websites of Azerbaijan 2012-01-19 17:52 The U.S. company Symantec has connected its global structure for the investigation of hacker attacks on the information resources of various agencies and community organizations in Azerbaijan carried out on Monday.
Usupashvili: the "Dream" will restore the justice 2012-01-19 17:15 Establishment of a public movement "Georgian Dream" is the beginning of the restoration of justice in Georgia, the Republican Party leader David Usupashvili said.
Tehran believes that Turkey won't use NATO radar against Iran 2012-01-19 16:03 NATO radar, launched in Turkey, won't turn Ankara into a "tool for the aims of Zionist regime", Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said in an interview to Turkish television.
Prokhorov: Moscow needs to improve relations with Georgia 2012-01-19 15:45 In an interview to radio "Silver rain", businessman and presidential candidate Mikhail Prokhorov said that Russia needs different foreign policy. In particular, the politician believes that Moscow needs to improve relations with Georgia.
London admitted spying activity in Russia 2012-01-19 15:09 Former advisor to British Prime Minister Tony Blair admitted that the country's security services have used equipment, disguised as a stone, for espionage against Russia. Earlier, London called this finding Moscow's invention.
Burjanadze called Irakli Alasania Saakashvili's project 2012-01-19 13:27 Ex-speaker of Georgian parliament, leader of the opposition party "Democratic movement - united Georgia" Nino Burjanadze called former Georgian ambassador to the UN, the leader of "Our Georgia - Free Democrats" Irakli Alasania "a project" of President Mikhail Saakashvili.
Lukashenko promised to reform political system in Belarus 2012-01-19 13:11 President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has promised to hold political reforms in the country after the parliamentary elections in autumn 2012.
Georgian ambassador told about the aims of Saakashvili's visit to the U.S. 2012-01-19 11:33 Visit of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili ещ the U.S. and his meeting with his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama will emphasize the special relationship between the two countries, said the Georgian Ambassador to the U.S. State Minister.
Iran under Turkish oppression
The United States have agreed with Turkey to deploy missile defense system at its territory elements. Radar of early warning TPY-2 was commissioned in the city of Malatya.The negotiations between Ankara and Washington on the basing of U.S. radar was not simple. From the outset, the Turkish side had a condition: the U.S. would not send Israel the information collected by radar. In addition, Turkey insisted on complete control over ABM system, located on its territory.
Nagorno-Karabakh: it is worth seeing
ABC News has put Nagorno-Karabakh into the list of those places on the planet that must be visited in 2012. The popular channel admired Karabakh and recommended the audience to certainly go there. But the Azerbaijanis were outraged by the material, and ABC News had to remove the ads in the unrecognized republic. GTimes decided to figure out is Karabakh worth to spend vacation there.
Caucasus with Russian gun on a tilt
The United States and Great Britain are tightening economic sanctions against Teheran and increase their military presence in the Middle East. Israel continues the hunt for Iranian nuclear scientists. In these conditions it was hard to expect Russia to remain on the sideways of a probable armed conflict near its southern borders. As a result, Russia is announcing Caucasus 2012 large-scale military drills that Tbilisi interprets as an anti-Georgian action.2012-01-19 11:46
Israel and Georgia: just business, nothing personal
Tbilisi does not feel like quarreling with Tel-Aviv any longer. For the whole of last year, Georgian officials were nervous about having hurt the Jews with “Fuchs and Frankiel’s case”. Israeli businessmen from Tramex company were put in prison for an attempt to reclaim their money and were pardoned in December. In testimony of reconciliation, Georgian authorities agreed to repay the debt to another Israeli company, Elbit Systems Ltd, supplying military equipment. The company will get 35 million dollars and part of the goods unused by Georgia.
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