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Archive by 2012-05-30
Tehran sent a protest note to Saudi Arabia 2012-05-30 19:16 Iranian Foreign Ministry has sent to the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia in Tehran a protest note, Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran Hassan Gashkavi said.
Azerbaijan sent two notes to Iran 2012-05-30 18:04 Azerbaijan has sent two notes to Iran in order to clarify the fate of two young writers - the citizens of Azerbaijan Farid Hussein and Shahriyar Hajizade.
Armenian citizen detained in Georgia for visiting Abkhazia 2012-05-30 15:55 Citizen of Armenia Gagik Gevorgyan was detained by the Georgian border guards for violating the law "on the occupied territories".
Control Chamber has fined the exiled oppositionist on 900 thousand euros 2012-05-30 14:22 Financial monitoring service of political parties of the Control Chamber of Georgia has fined Bidzina Giorgobiani on 900 thousand euros for transaction on the bank account of the charity fund "Komagi".
Australia supports military intervention in Syria 2012-05-30 13:48 Australian authorities support the position of the French President, Francois Hollande, in regard of the possibility of a military intervention into the conflict in Syria. Australia stands ready to discuss this issue, the Foreign Minister of the country, Bob Carr said.
Blast in Yerevan: No smoke without fire?
May 29 in Yerevan, an explosion at the plant "Electron" occurred. According to the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Armenia, at 14:48 local time, there was a signal about the explosion and the collapse at the plant. In place of the incident were sent three fire crews, operational group and two special unit of the rescue forces office.
Who needs Serbia's recognition?
The words of Serbian President, Tomislav Nikolic, about a possible recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia by Belgrade were like a bolt from the blue. Does this mean that Serbia rejects its aspirations into the EU, which is actively opposing the international recognition of the independence of the Transcaucasian republics? Will Serbia's promise to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia remain just a nice gesture, or something follows it? GTimes reporter had a talk with experts about it.2012-05-30 12:50
Is there life on the Armenian-Turkish border?
Not only the politicians and public figures in Yerevan, but also the residents of Armenian villages bordering with Turkey are discussing possible consequences of opening the Armenian-Turkish border. Attitude to such perspective is ambiguous. Some villagers are hoping for new trade links, while others complain that the open border may hurt not only their economic opportunities, but also personal safety. Residents of border village Dzhanfidai voiced such arguments in conversation with GTimes.
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