Georgia News Digest 07-11-07
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1. Russian Attack on Georgia : Time to Speak Out
2. Do the changes since the last Georgia-Russia talks over Russian WTO Membership leave grounds for hope?
3. Russian – Georgian Relations Discussed
4. Merab Antadze Meets Representatives Of Russian Side
5. State Minister Visits Moscow
6. USPS Service bounces from the Kremlin Wall
7. “The present situation concerning the South Caucasus conflicts cannot go on forever, there must be some movement”
8. The Will Of The Gods: How to clean up the Caucasus before the Winter Olympics [excerpt]
9. Georgia centre stage in Europe’s struggle for energy
10. Czech Court acquits Georgians of anti-Russian hatred charges
11. Bulgarian Defense Firm Seeks Ties with Georgian MoD
12. Armenian Education Minister Invites Lomaia to Yerevan
13. Water Supply Suspended – Tskhinvali Says
14. Georgia says South Ossetia using water problem for “political manipulations”
15. Georgians, Ossetians Working Together To Clean Water Pipes In Conflict Zone
16. JCC’s chairmen discuss recent developments
17. Georgia Struggles to Get Sanakoev on Commission
18. Georgia is fighting to have Sanakoyev on the Joint Control Commission
19. Armed invasion from Georgia still possible – South Ossetian separatist minister
20. Georgia condemns Russian peacekeepers’ “criminal inaction” in South Ossetia
21. Georgia condemns South Ossetian leader’s “open threat of terrorist attacks”
22. Russian peacekeepers arrested
23. Georgia releases two detained Russian peacekeepers
24. Russia peacekeepers’ detention in Abkhazia conflict zone-provocation
25. Georgia denies illegal detention of peacekeepers in Zugdidi
26. Tbilisi Demands CIS Peacekeepers in Abkhazia Stop Provocations and Arbitrariness
27. Georgia protests against Russian peacekeepers’ illegal search in Abkhazia
28. Ministry slams peacekeepers of violating Georgian legislation
29. Russian Peacekeepers Condemn Georgia Over Arrest Of Two Servicemen
30. Abkhaz Leader Survives Assassination Attempt Once Again
31. De facto PM tells the details of the attack
32. Abkhazia may ask Russia to help investigate attack on premier
33. Abkhaz Security Council to convene in the wake of attempt on PM’s life – Bagapsh
34. Abkhaz president orders quick solution of attack on premier
35. Avto Ioseliani: Neither Russians Nor Georgians Planned The Attack On Ankvab
36. Speculation Rife on Attempt on Abkhaz PM’s Life
37. Georgian pundit says Russia behind assassination attempt on Abkhaz premier
38. Kommersant’s versions on Ankvab’s assault
39. Coast Guard Seizes Ship Leaving Abkhazia
40. Abkhaz Government-in-Exile Against Placing Horse Post, Video Cameras on River Enguri
41. Three Georgians Kidnapped in Abkhazia Released
42. book review: Satellites
43. Government launches sanctions against overdue constructions
44. Nino Burjanadze: Draft Law Of Enterprisers Is Not Formed Finally
45. Giorgi Arveladze Does Not Intend to Comment Seriously on Water Resource Exploitation
46. No Security Compromise in New Privatization Plans, Say Government Officials
47. Analysts Cast Doubts on Claims of 90 000 New Jobs
48. Imedi presents new office
49. Mamuka Katsitadze: The Only Factor, Mikheil Saakashvili, Made “National Movement” United
50. Constitutional Court Relocates to Batumi
51. Geo Prime Minister To Leave For Kvemo Kartli
52. report: Association “Justice and Liberty” Monitoring on Transparency of MoD and Provision of Information
53. Training of Next Flow of Reservists Begins
54. New foreign investors are entering the Georgian market
55. Abandoned tea plantations waiting for investors
56. Tbilisi central bazaar to be shut down?
57. Home childcare business gains a foothold in Georgia
58. Microbuses Will Be Banned In Tbilisi From September, “Laborists” Say
59. Financial Director attempts suicide
60. Students, Lecturers Of State Academy Of Sports Remonstrate Against Joining Ilia Chavchavadze State University
61. One More College Is Going to Be Closed in Batumi
62. Metamisol to be prohibited in Georgia
63. Georgia has the leading number of drug addicts in Europe and Asia
64. Bank of Georgian branch robbed, one killed
65. Wounded bank staffers being operated on
66. Employee Of Collection Service Killed Due To Attack In Gldani Branch Of “Georgian Bank”
67. Chechen Refugees Lost Status
68. Mother of Five Children Went on Hunger Strike in front of the Court Building
69. Prisoners Stage Hunger Strike
70. Villager goes hunger strike

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


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