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Archive by 2012-12-14
Director General of Georgian public broadcaster decided to resign 2012-12-14 14:16 Board of trustees of the Georgian Public Television has started consideration of the statement of the director general of the public broadcaster George Chanturia on resignation.
Armenian-EU agreement on facilitation of visa regime 2012-12-14 13:34 Signing of the agreement on simplification of visa regime between Armenia and the European Union is expected on December 17.
Wilfried Martens condemned new government 2012-12-14 13:04 The President of the European People's Party (EPP), Wilfried Martens made a statement on the situation in Georgia.
Russian TV-channel RT starts broadcasting in Georgia 2012-12-14 12:32 Russian TV-channel Russia Today starts twenty-four-hour broadcasting in Georgia in the network of one of the leading cable operators of the country.
Games in Baku: Between sports and politics
Recently, the European Olympic Committee made the decision: in Europe there will be its own Olympics. The venue of the first games was chosen Azerbaijan. It is interesting that Baku was the only candidate for the title of European Olympic capital. The government is already counting profit from the upcoming event. The answer to the question of why the choice fell on the capital of Azerbaijan lies both in sport and political fields.
Lukashenko's call to Georgia: Self-affirmation and genuflection
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko is ready to kneel, asking Georgia to return to the CIS. He stated this in Minsk on December 11, at the Forum of European and Asian Media during a meeting with members of the Club of Chief Editors of the CIS countries, the Baltic States and Georgia. Emotional outburst of Belarusian leader has impressed neither Georgia nor Russia.2012-12-14 17:24
Georgia's Russian component
In due time, many of the former USSR republics carried out a deliberate policy of "squeezing out" the Russian language. This process has not bypassed Georgia. The result is felt by the new generation: without knowledge of Russian young people cannot find a decent job. In this regard, the need to learn the language grows. And it can grow even more after Vladimir Putin's statement that for the citizens of post-Soviet countries who know the Russian it will be easier to obtain citizenship of the Russian Federation, the demand for which has always existed in Georgia.
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