Monthly Archives: December 2012
Russian Deputy FM Grigory Karasin and Turkey’s Ambassador to Russia Aydin Sezgin discussed the issues related to Nagorno-Karabakh peace process.
Arman Musinyan, spokesman of Armenian first president Levon Ter-Petrosyan, was invited to “Kentron” TV-channel to participate in the “Urvagic” program and discuss ANC’s decision in the upcoming presidential elections.
Prime Minister and his family have 49 land plots in Georgia.
Ivanishvili’s wife Yekaterina Khvedelidze has a 6,700 square meter-land plot in Russia.
Ivanishvili’s family owns 47 apartment buildings and a few non-residential facilities in Georgia and abroad.
The ANC was announcing in 2011 it will be consistent for the revelation of those responsible for it but did nothing.
The corresponding agreement was signed by Minister Sozar Subari and representative of ACTS in Georgia Guram Amiridze.
As for Kerry’s diplomacy in Caucasus, Kucera writes in his article, “Anyway, on the Caucasus Kerry also has closely tracked the Obama administration, strongly supporting the reset with Russia while arguing that “this dialogue will not come at the expense of Georgia’s security and sovereignty.”
New Georgian government will continue active cooperation with the U.S in the future within the Charter on Strategic Partnership, signed in Washington in January 2009.
Azerbaijani delegation had a number of meetings with officials of the Russian Ministry to discuss prospects for cooperation between the two countries emergency situations authorities.