Tuesday, 17 January 2017
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Symbolic "funeral" of Saakashvili 2013-01-17 18:59 In the city of Zugdidi, western Georgia, there was staged a theatricalized action with a demand of resignation of president Mikheil Saakashvili.
Former head of counterintelligence of Georgia Temur Pataridze arrested 2013-01-17 15:14 Temur Pataridze, the former head of the Constitutional Security Department of Adjara, arrested.
Representatives of Georgia and South Ossetia discussed opportunity to restore confidence 2013-01-17 14:44 Regular meeting between representatives of the Georgian and South Ossetian civil societies was held in Yerevan on January 12-13, 2013.
Georgians without fish
First place on the number of rivers in the Caucasus undoubtedly belongs to Georgia. The whole country is covered by numerous river arteries supplying farmers with staple food - fish. The country has never had problems with the water. While in neighboring Baku you have to boil water before drinking, in Tbilisi you can drink right from the tap. But with the advent of technological progress the situation is changing radically. Even fish does not want to live in the river waters of Georgia.
Chakhalyan's case: A litmus test of political will of the Georgian authorities?
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili has arrived in Yerevan. Many problematic issues are on the agenda: the controversial churches, the issue of reducing the hours of teaching of the Armenian language in schools in Javakheti (in Armenian version - Javakhk) and the problems of tariffs for Armenian goods transit through Georgia. In addition to these problems, Armenia is also worried about the release of the activist Vahagn Chakhalyan. Contrary to the expectations of the Armenians, Chakhalyan has not fallen under the recent amnesty, since his name was not included in the list of2013-01-17 18:26
"National Movement" puts pressure on Saakashvili?
Mikheil Saakashvili has signed the demand of the Foreign Maya Panjikidze to dismiss a number of Georgia's ambassadors in different countries. 15 "Saakashvili's personal ambassadors" will be deprived of their offices. Representatives of the "United National Movement" believe that the Panjikidze's initiative was dictated exclusively by the reluctance of the new government to work with other political forces. And the "Georgian Dream" says that the president has dragged out the dismissal of ambassadors, since the "National Movement" puts pressure on him.
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