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Archive by 2012-01-30
Saakashvili: Putin wanted to hang me up 2012-01-30 18:33 Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said that there had been planned an attempt on him and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin wanted to hang him up.
Georgia won't intervene in the events in South Ossetia - Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2012-01-30 18:03 Official Tbilisi can't intervene in the events in South Ossetia, if the situation there worsens, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia David Jalagania said.
Assad's family tried to flee from Syria 2012-01-30 16:44 Detachments of the opposition Free Syrian Army (FSA) have thwarted an attempt of the family members of acting President Bashar al-Assad to leave the country on Sunday night.
Batumi residents promise to destroy the mosque with bulldozers 2012-01-30 15:41 Residents of the Georgian city of Batumi, where the Turkish authorities are planning to build a mosque, are threatening to destroy it.
Obama meets Saakashvili today in the White House 2012-01-30 14:40 Today, January 30, President Barack Obama receives Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili in the White House.
A mosque Azizei will be built in Georgia 2012-01-30 13:31 Turkey's cultural heritage, which is located on the territory of Georgia, will also be rehabilitated, Minister of Culture and Monuments Protection Nikoloz Rurua said, commenting the Georgian-Turkish agreement on cultural monuments.
Russian Foreign Ministry wants to establish a dialogue with the Syrian opposition 2012-01-30 12:33 During the meetings with representatives of the Syrian opposition, Moscow will try to convince them to dialogue with the authorities of Syria, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
The deputy: We cannot allow Dzhioeva's inauguration 2012-01-30 11:54 Law enforcement authorities of South Ossetia should prevent the inauguration of opposition leader Alla Dzhioeva, chairman of the Committee on law, justice and local government of the South Ossetian parliament Amiran Dyakonov said.
Georgia declares passport war
Official Tbilisi promises wide autonomy to Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Head of the foreign policy administration Grigol Vashadze has stated from PACE rostrum that Georgia is ready to become a federative center. It is planned to issue neutral passports to attract the Abkhaz and Ossetians so that the citizens of these republics could travel abroad.
The struggle with no rules against Tedeev
It seems that the current "mess" in South Ossetia won't end well. Preparations for the presidential reelection in the country is under unprecedented pressure from the previous management. Alla Dzhioeva's patience is running out: she is ready to hold her own inauguration. But it is clear that after this the struggle won't end. Eduard Kokoity's environment is ready for tough measures, not only in the republic. This was proved after the search at the Moscow apartment of Dzambolat Tedeev.
The Kurds in Syria: The Struggle for Survival
Ethnic minorities in Syria have long realized that people in trouble are left to themselves. Syria, through its intelligence services, has become a thoroughfare for terrorists around the world. "Mukhabarat" has acknowledged inability to eliminate the threat from abroad. He looks for it inside, among ethnic minorities in Syria. Minorities, not relying on Assad, are ready to accept help from anyone. Even from the Syrian opposition.
Hloponin drains off Kavminvody
A dream of Alexander Hloponin, presidential envoy in North Caucasian Federal Districts, to set up a megacity in the zone of Caucasian Mineral Waters is on the point to be realized. Victor Vyshinsky, former head of health resorts, who now has a deputy mandate in the State Duma of the region. Presently the administration of Caucasian Mineral Waters can be easily dismissed in order to merge towns.
Iran threatening to Georgia?
Former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze raises the alarm - in his opinion, the country is on the verge of a new catastrophe. According to the politician, if Tbilisi gets involved in a military campaign against Iran, the consequences for the Georgian people will be most severe.
Nabucco is dead. Long live…?
Most probably, Nabucco project will soon follow the king of Babylon after which it was named and sink into history. The fact that Azerbaijan has lost interest in the project is clear after the signature of TANAP construction memorandum (Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline). The event was followed by withdrawal of RWE (Germany), a key concessionary, from Nabucco. Presently Ukraine is expecting gas from Azerbaijan too. Yet, the remaining participants are still trying to resist.2012-01-30 18:44
Al-Qaeda has declared war on Iran
When the Americans were leaving Iraq, Obama said: "we retain an independent, stable and self-confident country with the government, elected by its people". It is evident that the U.S. president has intentionally misrepresented the facts. Currently, in Iraq anarchy reigns. Regions and metropolitan area are de facto independent from each other. And in those areas where Iraqi Sunnis are living, radical Islamists have raised their heads.
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