Georgia News Digest 09-7-07
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1. Saakashvili outlines cabinet’s programme
2. Saakashvili touts Georgia’s military, stresses need for unity within government
3. Georgian president slams UN, warns against buying property in Abkhazia
4. Georgia could be a reliable partner for Russia – minister
5. Georgia slams Russia over border violation report
6. Tbilisi denies militant suspects infiltrated Russia from Georgia
7. OSCE confirms Georgian missile incident, without blame
8. video: OSCE tries to unravel Russia-Georgia missile muddle
9. OSCE not to carry out repeat probe into Georgian missile incident
10. OSCE official: Missile incident in Georgia created ‘dangerous situation’
11. Georgia/Russia missile row prompts OSCE envoy plan
12. Difficult to have a clear picture on missile incident
13. Russia won’t join WTO in 2007, despite expected completion of talks
14. Georgians angry at Abkhazia peacekeepers
15. Batu Kutelia met with UNOMIG chief military observer
16. Burjanadze advises everybody to refrain from acquiring lands belonging to Georgians
17. President gave promise that Abkhazian IDPs would retain abandoned property
18. Georgian speaker says Forbes advertising “illegal deals” in Abkhazia
19. Abkhazia sheltering “international terrorists”
20. Separatists say Georgia plans to use force against breakaway South Ossetia
21. Kokoity will organize a new slaughter in the region!”
22. Dmitry Sanakoyev to participate in an international economic forum in Poland
23. Central Bank chief nomination still unclear
24. NBG Vice President Eka Galdava steps down
25. Kukava: Burjanadze to become guideline for society
26. Strasbourg Court hears Labor Party v Georgia
27. Contesting the 2004 elections, Natelashvili is behind the times
28. In August 2007, inflation index in Georgia made 0,6%
29. Yield of grapes is expected to reach 180 thousand tons in Georgia in 2007
30. Kakheti financial police detained director of ltd “kindzmarauli” winery
31. Georgia’s growing GDP boosts Georgian Public Broadcasting
32. Georgian Equality Institute criticizes Madneuli company for interest in Kelbajar gold fields
33. Ombudsman’s recommendations concern already enforced cases
34. Teacher goes on hunger strike
35. Much to admire at the Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theatre [excerpt]

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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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