Sunday, 23 October 2016
Archive by 2013-02-05
Georgian Premier: Alasania doesn't suit for the post of president 2013-02-05 14:37 Bidzina Ivanishvili does not rule out that the head of the Defense Ministry Irakli Alasania can claim the presidency, but does not support his nomination.
Presidential election in Armenia won't be postponed 2013-02-05 14:03 The presidential candidate of Armenia Paruyr Hayrikyan, who was recently injured in an assassination attempt, will not initiate a postponement of the election.
NATO is negotiating with Azerbaijan 2013-02-05 13:25 North Atlantic Treaty Organization is negotiating with Azerbaijan on the use of the country's territory for the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan.
Ivanishvili: Georgia won't give up restoration of its territorial integrity 2013-02-05 12:27 Commenting on the statement of the U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili stated that Washington rigorously supported the territorial integrity of Georgia.
Ilia II in the centre of scandal
In late January, the Ossetian blogosphere was stirred up by a photo of the Georgian Patriarch with members Moscow Ossetian community Gocha Dzasokhov (former Dzasohashvili), Amirkhan Torchinov and Nugzar Juruli. They visited Ilia II while he was in Moscow. The very fact of the meeting of these people with Georgian Patriarch, who blessed the destruction of the Ossetians and the Abkhazians in 90s, caused unambiguously negative reaction. But the scandal that followed is aimed not only to shame the "traitors".
Flying to Stepanakert you can be shot down?
The new airport in Stepanakert, capital of Nagorno-Karabakh, has become an additional problem in the complex process of the Karabakh conflict. Baku has threatened to shoot down all the aircrafts flying over Karabakh. Yerevan claims there is no real danger, since the country's air defense system is capable of protecting the aircraft from the fire. And to convince the passengers in safety of the flights, Serzh Sargsyan will take a ticket for the first flight.2013-02-05 17:25
Russian-Georgian dialogue: Things have started moving
Yesterday in Tbilisi, there was held a conference "Georgia after the 2012 election and the prospects of Russian-Georgian relations". As part of this conference, a group of young Russian experts, political scientists and journalists arrived in Tbilisi. The meeting in the format of dialogue was organized by the International Center on Conflict and Negotiation. Essentially, this meeting was to be an attempt to get closer, a kind of platform for negotiations, where both parties could talk and listen. Many expected from this dialogue some new proposals, or at least a fresh assessment of the old urgent problems. But in reality, opinions of independent experts painfully resembled the position of official Moscow.
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