Wednesday, 07 December 2016
Archive by 2012-08-16
Georgian Defense Ministry refutes rumors about the death of a soldier in Afghanistan 2012-08-16 17:42 Georgian Defense Ministry has refuted media reports about the death of a Georgian serviceman in Afghanistan.
Georgia criticizes South Ossetia for its plans to demolish Georgian villages 2012-08-16 14:57 Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called on the international community to pay attention to the information, widespread by the media, about the intention of the authorities of South Ossetia to demolish the villages abandoned by the Georgians.
Israelis appealed to pilots not to bomb Iran 2012-08-16 14:06 Several hundred people, including academics, have signed a letter calling on the Israeli Air Force pilots to say "no" in response to the order to attack Iranian nuclear facilities.
Georgian saboteur eliminated in Abkhazia 2012-08-16 12:00 In the Gali district of Abkhazia a Georgian saboteur was killed.
No repair for Surami resort?
Georgia experiences natural disasters few times a year. It takes pretty much time to overcome the effects, and the state often fails to provide all necessary assistance to the people. Our correspondent went to the Surami resort to watch the life is after a flood of more than a year ago.
Azerbaijani Army for sale
Azeri Defense Minister Safar Abiyev had an unpleasant conversation with the President about the situation in the armed forces of Azerbaijan. Ilham Aliyev has realized that military units are in terrible condition. Having got into the army, soldiers become slaves of their commander. There are entire slave exchanges where senior officers make deals on the sale of slave labor of their subordinates. This causes acts of harassment among servicemen and snitching in the military environment. Military expert Konstantin Sivkov expressed his opinion on the matter in an interview to GTimes.2012-08-16 16:18
Georgian villages needed by no one
South Ossetian President Leonid Tibilov announced that former Georgian enclave - a chain of several villages in the heart of South Ossetia, which was destroyed during the war in 2008 - will not be restored. Instead of them, here will be farmlands and industrial zones. Tbilisi has immediately responded, calling the statement Tibilova a continuation of ethnic cleansing. Ruins of former villages and towns sometimes become an integral part of landscape in the Caucasian country. Nobody knows what to do with them.
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