Friday, 28 October 2016
Archive by 2012-08-23
OSCE warns Tskhinval about the unacceptability of destruction of Georgian villages 2012-08-23 14:43 The OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Knut Vollebaek has warned the South Ossetian leadership in connection with the intention to destroy Georgian villages.
Azeri FM: Turkic countries must support Azerbaijan in the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict 2012-08-23 14:05 Turkic states must support Azerbaijan in resolving the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict. This was stated by the Azeri Deputy Foreign Minister Khalaf Khalafov.
OSCE starts monitoring of pre-election situation in Georgia 2012-08-23 12:58 Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE ODIHR) has officially launched the monitoring mission for parliamentary elections scheduled in Georgia on October 1.
"Javakheti left to the mercy of fate"
GTimes reporter is continuing the trrip from Armenia to Georgia. The story focuses on the city of Ninotsminda, located in the Georgian border region of Samtskhe-Javakheti. Recently, there have happened positive changes: new houses and shops were constructed; the roads were put in order. But local residents, mostly Armenians, are afraid that the Georgian authorities are trying to drive them out of the region by settling here Georgian orphans and Muslims.
Moscow's no authority for Tkachyov
Krasnodar Krai Administration has submitted the draft law "On the state language" to public hearings. Adyghe language, mentioned in the text as "a symbol of statehood" of Kuban, is named the official language region. Along with the Russian, it may soon be used to publish the laws, conduct official correspondence in the Krasnodar region and so on. GTimes undertook an independent legal review of the new law of the Kuban.2012-08-23 11:52
North Caucasus is endangering Russia?
Surge of tension in the North Caucasus has once again shown how fragile and unstable situation in the region is. A series of terrorist acts has covered almost the entire North Caucasus. The myth about the elimination of hotbeds of separatism and terrorism has been dispelled. So what has happened? What is the reason for the current situation in the region and what are the consequences? GTimes reporter spoke about this with Azerbaijani political scientist Mubariz Ahmedoglu.
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