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Archive by 2012-11-23
Ivanishvili won't visit Russia 2012-11-23 13:59 Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili stated he was not able to visit Russia until Moscow recognizes the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Russia supplies Azerbaijan with new Mi-35M 2012-11-23 13:20 Russia has supplied to Azerbaijan next shipment consisting of four multipurpose helicopters Mi-35M.
A man who fired Armenian president's motorcade detained 2012-11-23 12:38 Armenian police has arrested a man who had shot in the direction of the car of security service of President Serzh Sargsyan.
On November 22 FC "Anzhi" held the final home match in the group stage of the Europa League 2012-2013. In Moscow stadium "Lokomotiv" Makhachkala defeated Italian "Udinese" 2-0 for the first time in its history passed into the European Cup playoffs. Match tickets were distributed free of charge - on presentation of passports, through the club and official fan clubs. Such practices have been applied during the last home game of "Anzhi" vs "Liverpool". In fact, such scheme of tickets distribution, if not eliminates, but hampers neutral fans getting to the stadium, transforming a European Cup match into performance for fans. "Big Caucasus" reporter asked football officials how legitimate is the selective tickets distribution.
Caucasus: Cheap labor force
"At home they rode only donkeys, and in Moscow they drive cars". This is how the State Duma deputy Jaroslav Nilov described illegal immigrants - bus and minibus drivers in the capital, during discussion of the draft amendments to the labor legislation of Russia in the Parliament of the Russian Federation. After the adoption of the amendments all state-owned enterprises and private entrepreneurs of the country will be banned to employ those, who are not citizens of the Russian Federation and has no driving license of the Russian sample. First of all this innovation will affect bus transport in2012-11-23 19:58
Georgia and Russia: Profitable politics
Black Sea region, according to analysts, in the coming years becomes the second largest hotbed of the economic development in the world after East Asia. It is almost perfect in terms of international logistics. However, for this it's necessary to establish road and rail links between the countries of the region, including Georgia and Russia. Is this possible given their political ambitions?
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