Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Archive by 2012-11-19
Gas prices may decrease in Georgia 2012-11-19 14:24 The issue of reducing the tariff on gas in Georgia would be discussed after the change of the head of Oil and Gas Corporation Zurab Janjgava.
Robert Sturua returns to Georgia 2012-11-19 13:54 Famous Georgian theatre director Robert Sturua has decided to return to Georgia.
Israel may expand military operation 2012-11-19 13:33 Israeli authorities presented Hamas with a 36-hour ultimatum.
Georgia won't return to CIS 2012-11-19 12:41 Georgia is not going to return into the CIS and does not even consider the matter.
Daniel Sysoyev: Murdered for faith
Two years ago, on 19th of November 2009, in the church of St. Thomas a murder of the priest Daniel Sysoyev, known Orthodox missionary, took place. Bandit group of Doku Umarov claimed responsibility for this murder. However, the Islamic trail was one of the most "live" working versions of the investigation. Deceased priest was actively promoting the Orthodox faith among the ethnic Muslims and simultaneously led hot disputes with the followers of Islam. In the Islamic space of Russia he had earned the nickname "Russian Salman Rushdie".
Georgian hydro powers as part of Turkey's economy
In the context of economic globalization, Turkey can claim to become "an epicenter of economic development". However, this development has one major obstacle - acute lack of power. Turks want to solve the problem with electricity through neighboring Georgia. Mikheil Saakashvili is actively lobbying construction of new hydropower plants, since this can fill the budget and create new jobs. But is it true?2012-11-19 18:23
Who needs a train from Moscow to Tbilisi?
Tbilisi's offer to open Trans-Caucasian railway line, which is idle for nearly 20 years due to the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict, has raised many more questions than answers. Russia has not officially responded to Georgia's idea, Abkhazia is against it for political reasons, Armenia is interested in the opening, and Azerbaijan tries to force the idea, since this would significantly weaken the blockade of Yerevan. But there's one shag, experts say: Georgia has not taken any political steps in this direction.
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