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Georgian diaspora is creating headquarter in support of Putin 2012-01-23 19:12 Representatives of Georgian Diaspora in Russia will create headquarter in support of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, running for president, the former Ministry of Defence of Georgia Sandra Kavsadze said.
EU has approved embargo on Iranian oil 2012-01-23 17:28 At a meeting in Brussels on Monday, representatives of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of 27 EU countries agreed on a decision to impose an embargo on oil supplies from Iran.
Traffic on the highway "Caucasus" in Stavropol opened 2012-01-23 16:59 In the Stavropol Territory there has been opened traffic on the federal highway "Caucasus", which was closed by traffic police on Sunday, January 22.
Palestine demands Israel to release the arrested Speaker 2012-01-23 15:47 The Palestinian Authority demanded Israel to free 24 Arab legislators, including the Speaker Aziz Dweik, who was arrested last week.
Damascus rejected the plan of LAS 2012-01-23 14:46 The Syrian authorities have rejected a new plan for the League of Arab States (LAS) to resolve the political crisis, calling it "a gross interference in its internal affairs". This was reported today by local media referring to the statement of the government.
Frost in Abkhazia spoiled 20 000 tonnes of citrus 2012-01-23 14:16 20 thousand tons of tangerines and other citrus were spoiled this winter in the Republic of Abkhazia due to the strong frost.
Putin proposed to create a structure on national policy 2012-01-23 13:41 Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin proposed to create a state structure on the matters of national development and of international welfare.
Kudrin told about financing Chechnya 2012-01-23 13:19 Program of financing Chechnya must be fulfilled, the former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said.
Medvedev and Aliyev will hold talks in Sochi 2012-01-23 12:31 Presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia Dmitry Medvedev and Ilham Aliyev will discuss issues of bilateral cooperation at the meeting on January 23 in Sochi.
Margelov: Russia does not need to pay for the recognition of Abkhazia 2012-01-23 11:07 Special envoy of Russian President on cooperation with African countries Mikhail Margelov called the statement of the Georgian authorities that Moscow offers African countries money for the recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, a PR step.
Obscure future of Tumanyan’s museum
Hardly has the scandal about the burnt church of Surb Nshan in Tbilisi has died out when another cultural conflict developed between Georgians and Armenians. Armenian writer Ovanes Tumanyan’s apartment in Tbilisi has almost been turned into a hostel for Turkish workers. One could hardly think of a worse insult to the poet and storyteller’s cultural heritage.
Baku: hating Armenia is taught in elementary school
No doubt, Baku is the richest city of South Caucasus with just a few foreigners in town. It is still a place for insiders. Zaur Guseynov, a blogger from Mahachkala, who moved to live there last week, is one of those rare foreigners. GTimes asks him to share fresh impressions about the “capital of South Caucasus”.
Saakashvili vs Putin
Russia does not want to direct its sight at Georgia. But if the republic's leadership will help the United States to create a missile defense system in the South Caucasus, it can happen irreparable. On this eve, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has warned Mikhail Saakashvili about this. In his words, Moscow would simply have to respond to the deployment of radars in close proximity to its southern borders. This means that the the complex "Iskander" may join the systems S-300 and "Tornado", stationed in the region.2012-01-23 19:37
Alla Dzhioeva: the CEC was pressurized
"I can't keep silent!" This phrase by Leo Tolstoy is known to many. Alla Dzhioeva, specialist in Russian philologist by training, is following the example of Russian classic. She wants to convey the truth about what really is happening in South Ossetia to the people. Alla Dzhioeva has told about the new candidates for the presidency, failed and controversial elections of 2011, the personality of the former head of the republic Eduard Kokoity and many others in an exclusive interview to GTimes.2012-01-23 12:49
Syriac scenario for Ahmadinejad
In light of the increased likelihood of armed conflict, developments in Syria - the nearest ally of the Islamic Republic - are becoming increasingly important for Iran. Today, the Syrian authorities have assessed the damage from the EU embargo on supplies of oil at $ 2 billion. Now, the same embargo against Tehran is prepared. Meanwhile, in Syria, there is a full-blown civil war. No one can now predict how the development of such a scenario in Iran will turn.
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