Thursday, 23 March 2017
Archive by 2013-02-04
A number of Georgian NGOs are protesting against visit of Russian experts 2013-02-04 15:55 Representatives of several Georgian NGOs are protesting against the visit of Russian experts, political scientists and journalists to Tbilisi.
Turkey intends to supply Azerbaijan with combat helicopters 2013-02-04 14:18 Azerbaijan will buy 60 attack helicopters of Turkish production T-129 ATAK.
Gigi Ugulava interrogated by Prosecutor's Office 2013-02-04 13:35 Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava was interrogated by the Prosecutor's Office on charges of embezzling $ 3.2 million.
Kindergarten as a testing ground for the "Nationals"
After the change of power in Georgia a wave of immigrants surged into the country. Among them there are businessmen, politicians and public figures. But not only they return home. Georgia has become more attractive for those who had left it due to the most common reason - to earn a living. One of these people is a former kindergarten teacher Eter Khvichia-Dzhokhadze. The first thing she did after returning from a 10-year immigration was filing a complaint against the Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava and appealing to Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri with a request to conduct a financial investigation in preschool facilities.
Georgian wine in Russia: to be or not to be, to drink or not to drink
Georgia and Russia have launched formal negotiations on the restoration of the supply of Georgian wines and other products to the Russian market. This is the first such contacts since 2006, when the export of Georgian wine and mineral water to Russia was banned. What is the current quality of Georgian wine production? After all, the official reason for the closure of the Russian market was the low quality of wine. Have Georgian companies learned a lesson from the bitter experience?2013-02-04 22:01
Ergneti market is unsafe?
In Georgia, they are discussing the feasibility of restoring the Ergneti market that existed not far from Tskhinval in the late 1990's and early 2000's. Experts are noting both the positive and the negative aspects of this decision. Local Georgians welcome the idea, but speak of the need to control the issues of their own security. Will the market in Ergneti, which was one of the largest markets in the South Caucasus, be recovered?
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