Thursday, 27 October 2016
Archive by 2013-05-28
PACE President arrives to Georgia 2013-05-28 13:42 President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has arrived in Georgia on an official visit.
Ivanishvili urges Georgians living abroad to return to Georgia 2013-05-28 13:04 The head of Georgian government Bidzina Ivanishvili has stated that if the countrymen now living in other countries return to Georgia, their lives would be no worse.
Days of Georgian Diaspora 2013 in Tbilisi 2013-05-28 12:36 In Tbilisi, the project "Days of the Georgian Diaspora 2013" started on the eve.
Tbilisi against barbed wire
Georgian Foreign Ministry has expressed outrage over the barbed wire stretched at the border with South Ossetia. According to the Georgian Ministry, Russian border guards stretched the barbed wire near the village of Ditsi, Gori district, and village of Dvani, Kareli district. Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Panjikidze said that the Georgian side intended to send a note to Russia via the Swiss embassy: Tbilisi consider this "a violation of the principle of territorial integrity of the country."
Wahhabis have appeared in Georgia?
Near Tbilisi, in the village of Ponichala-Soganlugi densely populated by Azerbaijanis, the construction of a new mosque has started. It has become a bone of contention between local Azerbaijanis, dividing the population into good and bad, into the Shia, Sunni or Salafi. Many believe that Wahhabis are constructing it. Why some residents are convinced that the new mosque is the abode of evil, and what is Wahhabism in their opinion?2013-05-28 17:15
Arrest of Merabishvili - last chance for "United National Movement?"
The arrest of one of the leading candidates for the presidency from the "United National Movement" Vano Merabishvili has caused a mixed reaction in the community. Experts say that a lot will depend on the decision of the court. If Merabishvili is condemned under "controversial" articles, then the version of political persecution of Saakashvili's supporters on the side of the leaders of the "Georgian Dream" gets additional arguments. So what is now happening in Georgia: the restoration of justice or the persecution of political opponents?
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