Monthly Archives: November 2010
Georgia can attract $5 billion investments in construction of hydroelectric station
The Armenian National Congress will hold a rally near Matenadaran
Armenians of Haverhill in the east coast of U.S. want to sell 163-year-old Armenian church to replace it by Burger King.
Georgia made public details of its sting operation, which, it said, in March 2010 led to seizure of 18 grams of highly enriched uranium (HEU), thought to be a sample of a larger stash.
Abdullah Gul answered the reporters’ questions before his trip to London to get “Chatham House” award.
According to telegraph.co.uk the former Soviet republic of Armenia has emerged as a potential flashpoint for nuclear smuggling after it was revealed that two Armenian nationals tried to sell highly enriched uranium to people they thought were terrorists in March.
Nuclear weapons-grade uranium is now available on the black market in Georgia
The heads of security bodies and special services of the CIS member states will meet in the Tajik capital Dushanbe on November 8-9