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KGB: Georgia intends to wreck the elections in South Ossetia 2012-02-08 16:13 On Wednesday, the State Security Committee of South Ossetia made a statement warning about possible provocations by the Georgian special services to wreck the presidential elections scheduled for March 25.
Saakashvili told about his secret ambitions 2012-02-08 15:44 President Mikhail Saakashvili said that he wanted to create one of Europe's best health care systems in Georgia.
The Armenians are trying to embroil Turkey and Azerbaijan, stated in Baku 2012-02-08 13:45 Yerevan is trying to create a confrontation between Azerbaijan and Turkey through the media, department head of the Presidential Administration Ali Hasanov said.
Media war on all TV screens
A serious fight is about to start in the Georgian media. Alia Holding has accused four companies of slander – Real TV, Public TV, Rustavi-2 and Imedi. According to the lawyers of Alia, reports on its connections with tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili broadcasted by these channels are groundless. Now it is up to the court to decide who is to blame.
USA in anger, Lavrov in Damascus
Russia and China have vetoed the UN Security Council’s decision over Syria that is gripped by armed clashes taking lives of hundreds of people. The USA, Great Britain and France state that Moscow and Beijing are responsible for the blood of these people and Ahmed Davidoglu, Turkish FM, accuses Russia and China of igniting a new Cold War. While world powers are busy looking for “scapegoats”, Sergey Lavrov goes to Damascus carrying an address of Russian president Dmitry Medvedev.
All means are good in struggle for South Ossetia
Intrigues are companions of the elections. The struggle for the presidency in South Ossetia is no exception. The closer the election day, the more true this is. Anyone who has firsthand experience with political technologies, knows that is not so important what they say about you. It is important that they're talking about you. Especially if you are a presidential candidate. This week in Tskhinval, they started talking about the two contenders for the top job - the leader of the Social Democratic Party Dmitry Tasoev and South Ossetian Ambassador in Russia Dmitry Medoyev.2012-02-08 20:56
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