Tuesday, 21 February 2017
Archive by 2012-09-17
SOCAR launches construction of a carbamide plant in Georgia 2012-09-17 14:02 The laying ceremony of a carbamide plant by the SOCAR (State Oil Company of Azerbaijan) in the free industrial zone (FIZ) of Kulevi will be held on September 18.
Ivanishvili intends to improve relations with Russia 2012-09-17 13:18 The leader of the opposition political coalition "Georgian Dream", billionaire and politician Bidzina Ivanishvili has promised to combine the course on the integration into the Euro-Atlantic structures and the improvement of relations with Russia in the case came to power.
Georgia considers Russian exercises "Kavkaz-2012" threaten the country 2012-09-17 12:34 Georgia is concerned about the upcoming Russia;s military exercises "Kavkaz-2012".
Pussy Riot has got to Georgia
Yesterday, an initiative group of Georgian citizens conducted an action directed against the desecration of the temple by a feminist caricature. The action was held outside the Orthodox church of Kvashveti in Tbilisi. Unidentified persons have drawn St. Nino, holding a sheet with the words "FREE Pussy Riot". Activists called on the authorities to make efforts to find the perpetrators of this act of vandalism. "Everyone should know that the actions possible in Russia are quite impossible in Georgia. We do not need such a provocation", say the protesters.
Racha on the verge of eco-disaster
The Rioni River has become the next victim of Georgia's energy policy. To create a cascade, to be located near the resort of Utsera, 3,500 hectares of land in the mouth of the rivers of Rioni and Chanchahi will be sunk. A second hydroelectric power station must be built near Chiora village. Locals are convinced this is an environmental disaster.2012-09-17 18:47
Azerbaijan vs. drugs
The number of registered drug addicts in Azerbaijan over the past two years has increased by 6,000 people, reaching 26 thousand. According to the head of the National Office of propaganda against drugs Mazahir Efendiyev, another concerning fact is that the age of addicts is reducing. Whereas previously the youngest addicts were 16-17 years old, now some of them are even 14-year-olds.
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