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Archive by 2013-02-18
South Ossetia may integrate into the payment system of the Russian Federation 2013-02-18 15:01 Russian media spread information that the issue of integration of South Ossetia into the Russian payment system had been discussed at a meeting of the Prime Minister of North Ossetia with the Deputy Head of the Federal Treasury of Russia.
Fifth victim of swine flu recorded in Georgia 2013-02-18 14:13 The virus of "swine flu" has already led to the death of the fifth person in Georgia.
A number of heads of North Caucasus republic can be replaced 2013-02-18 13:38 Russian leadership may replace several regional leaders in the North Caucasus prior to the Sochi Olympics.
Georgia to receive a visa liberalization plan 2013-02-18 13:03 European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmstrom arrives in Georgia in late February.
Georgian tangerines go out of the shadow
Late last year, the Georgian farmers, growing citrus, had big problems with the sale of the crop. It seemed that the Georgian tangerines failed to find a buyer. Every second farmer had to sell citrus at ridiculously low price. In connection with the situation the farmers had not only organized mass protests but also resorted to extreme measures. Thus, they stated that they would destroy all citrus trees if the government does not meet their demands. Protest that has engulfed the entire Adjara brought unexpected results.
Danielian: Armenia may recall civil disobedience
Armenia does not cherish any hope in connection with today's election. Because when election is over they should expect a wave of civil disobedience, the expert Stepan Danielian believes. Presidential Race in Armenia is over. Today, citizens of the country choose a new president. What to should we expect from this election? Will the protest activity of the citizens increase? And whether the separation of business from politics takes place? The "Big Caucasus" correspondent has talked to the head of "Cooperation for Democracy" Stepan Danielian on this occasion.2013-02-18 19:11
Childishness of the Georgian government
The parties of Ivanishvili and Saakashvili are discussing the foreign policy of the country. "United National Movement" demands to introduce into the Constitution a point about the invariability of the course to join NATO and the EU; the "Georgian Dream" proposes to make this point in the preamble of the Basic Law. Georgian experts have called this initiative "childishness", since the adoption of the law on the state level indicates the political immaturity of the country. Do the analysts consider the change of the foreign policy of Georgia possible?
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