Saturday, 10 December 2016
Archive by 2013-04-11
Georgian Prime Minister is grateful to Education Minister for free textbooks 2013-04-11 13:51 Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili has expressed gratitude to the Minister of Education for the decision to distribute textbooks for free.
Strong hail has destroyed peach orchards in Georgian villages 2013-04-11 13:09 As a result of heavy rain and hail several villages in the region of Kakheti in Georgia have suffered.
Ivanishvili: Georgia unleashed the war in South Ossetia 2013-04-11 12:32 Georgian authorities have acknowledged that military action in South Ossetia in August 2008 was unleashed by the Georgian side.
Iran has created fuel rods for Bushehr NPP 2013-04-11 11:48 Experts of Iranian Uranium Conversion Foundation (UCF) in Isfahan have created fuel rods for nuclear power plant in Bushehr.
Saakashvili's normality to be checked
Has the Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili acknowledged that the August war in South Ossetia had been unleashed by Georgia? Some analysts consider the words of the Prime Minister that the actions of the authorities of the country before the Russian forces had crossed the border of Georgia were inadequate are a kind of recognition. Ivanishvili said the events of 2008 would be thoroughly investigated. Can be the president Mikheil Saakashvili brought to account?
U.S. compelled Georgia to peace?
Georgia continues declassification of documents related to the previous authorities. The head of the parliamentary committee for the restoration of the territorial integrity Gia Volsky published a letter of the former ambassador to the U.S. Vasil Sikharulidze to the then-Foreign Minister Gela Bezhuashvili. Americans warned the Georgian leadership from hasty and ill-considered actions against Abkhazia and South Ossetia. What about did Matthew Bryza warn Tbilisi, and what was the reaction of Saakashvili's team?2013-04-11 10:39
Political squabbles are destroying Georgian temples
For the last few years Georgian experts are sounding alarm about the poor state of the Oshki and Ishkhani temples located in the historic Georgia - Tao-Klarjeti, now Artvin - on the territory of Turkey. With the onset of rains and melting snow the concern has increased. Georgian temples require immediate restoration. Regular rainfall could inflict the ancient monuments of architecture irreparable damage, and then there would be nothing to save. For a long time Georgia and Turkey are negotiating on the restoration but there's no results. The papers were signed, but the work has not begun. It took much time so that the authorities started to act, so the news of the start of work to rescue one of the temples - Ishkhani - was met with particular enthusiasm in Georgia. But the work has stalled again.
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