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Georgia News Digest 07-05-07
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1. Saakashvili Says Russia Set to Lift Sanctions
2. Russian politician will visit Georgia today
3. Irakli Menagharishvili: In Perspective, Russia Considers NATO An Opponent
4. NATO has a duty to discuss these problems [excerpt]
5. Estonian Formin: Solution Of Georgian Conflicts Must Be Based On Country’s Unity
6. Endless Duel
7. It Rings A Bell
8. Possible Agreement Reached Between Russia and Georgia
9. No evidence of Georgian reinforcements in South Ossetia – Russian peacekeepers
10. Russian peacekeepers urge meeting to view situation in South Ossetia
11. Relations reported “tense” between Russians, Ossetians in Tskhinvali government
12. OSCE Criticizes Georgian-Ossetian “Unwillingness” to Cooperate
13. OSCE rep, separatist official discuss situation in South Ossetia
14. Separatists accuse Georgia of boycotting JCC sessions
15. Tbilisi could use military force – South Ossetian representative
16. South Ossetia reports overnight shooting from Georgian village, no casualties
17. Separatists say more Georgian Defence Ministry troops deployed in South Ossetia
18. South Ossetia says water row illustrates pro-Georgian leader’s “illegitimacy”
19. Kokoity’s government calls Dmitry Sanakoev as money whitewashing machine
20. Sanakoyev Asks EU to Serve as Mediator
21. Georgia peacekeepers deny heavy military presence in conflict area
22. Georgian Peacekeeping Battalion Head Says South Ossetian Statements “False”
23. Georgians celebrate “victory” after water supplies resumed in South Ossetia
24. Moldova’s rebel region concerned over growing tension in Georgia
25. Abkhaz parliament concerned over situation in South Ossetia
26. Russian, Abkhaz officials discuss results of recent UN-sponsored talks
27. Georgia asks EU to solve “ethnic cleansing”
28. Abkhazia Has A New Defense Minister
29. Resident of Georgian-Abkhaz Conflict Zone Released after Payment of USD 25 000
30. FM hails UN demand to ensure security in Georgia/Abkhazia area
31. Russian peacekeeper commits suicide
32. Russian Peacekeeper Commits Suicide In Georgian-Abkhaz Conflict Zone
33. Russian, Abkhaz Officials Discuss Results Of Recent UN-Sponsored Talks
34. Parliament Adopts Free Economic Zones
35. Control Chamber Chief’s report postponed
36. Prime Minister Says Thanks To Minister Of Education And Science
37. Power Outage Hits Georgia
38. CanArgo Energy Corporation: Kumisi #1 Appraisal Well Reaches Total Depth
39. Kakha Bendukidze Recommends Users to Sue Caucasus Online
40. New foreign investors are entering the Georgian market
41. Road Works a Top Priority, but Will They Last?
42. Analysts Wring Hands over Railway Selloff
43. Asian Development Bank to Open 25 m USD Credit Line for Bank of Georgia
44. Vato Surguladze: Whole Staff Of New Service Except Chief Of Service And His Two
Assistants Will Be Elected
45. Protest Rally Against Increase Of Travel Cost Staged At Tbilisi City Hall
46. 13-Storeyed Newly Built Building In Tbilisi Center To Be Ruined
47. 9704 Students Take General Skills Exam
48. Dozens of Prisoners on Hunger Strike in Tbilisi Isolation Ward N5
49. Government to provide population with firewood
50. Maizer Narsavidze’s Body Found On Vicinity Of Restaurant “Aragvi”
51. Strasburg Court Grants Registration Number Of Case “Irina Enukidze Against Georgia”
52. GYLA slams SCSD of law violations
53. Prosecutor’s Office Detains 8 Employees Of Customs Checkpoint “West” And Heads
Of Organized-Criminal Group
54. Firearms Cache Found In Georgian Town
55. Robakidze’s family to address police with written statement
56. NGO’s head interrogated
57. Tax Inspection raids popular beauty saloons road

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Jonathan Kulick, Ph.D., Director of Studies, Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, 3a Chitadze, Tbilisi 0108, Georgia (Republic), jonathan.kulick@gfsis.org, office: +995 32 47 35 55, mobile: +995 95 33 33 40, USA voicemail: 310.928.6814

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