Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Archive by 2013-04-08
Saakashvili has broken arm 2013-04-08 15:56 Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili has fallen from the bicycle and broken his arm in Turkey.
Rospotrebnadzor expects wine samples from Georgian producers 2013-04-08 13:53 Rospotrebnadzor is willing to take wine samples for the examination from the Georgian wineries.
EU urges Azerbaijan to respect human rights 2013-04-08 13:19 Azerbaijan should make efforts to hold democratic election and ensure human rights.
Shashkin denies falsification of operation in Lopota Gorge 2013-04-08 12:41 According to the former Defense Minister Dmitri Shashkin, special operation in Lopota Gorge in the summer of 2012 could not be falsified
Not for the first time Georgian authorities allocate money for non-existent projects. One of them is project for the rehabilitation of Kochebi Lake. Work on the cleaning of the lake and restoration of the infrastructure to be completed in May 2013, but until now they have only delivered to the site several window frames and doors. At the same time, they have already allegedly spent 50,000 GEL on the fake lake.
Foreigners are capturing Georgian land?
An incident occurred on April 6, between the villagers of Haishi, Tetritskaro district, eastern Georgia, and the Iranian tenant farmers of the region. Locals have demolished the fence and broke into the farm of the foreigners. Police has intervened into the conflict and the incident was temporarily exhausted. But the anger of the citizens of Georgia now and then arises throughout the country. Georgians are trying to defend the land that had been secretly transferred by the previous government into the long-term lease or even sold to the foreigners. As a result, local residents are left without2013-04-08 20:33
Protest for PR
Does the protest of the "United National Movement", scheduled for the 19th of April, pose a threat of destabilization of the situation in the country? Event under the name "For the European future of Georgia" was announced two months ago in advance. But is there really a danger that Georgia will change foreign policy? Or the action of the "United National Movement" is actually designed to show that there is life in the old dog yet?
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