Monday, April 14 2008, #070 (1586)
Culture & Events
Saakashvili pushes Abkhazia proposals
On April 12 President Mikheil Saakashvili offered more proposals for conflict settlement in Georgia’s breakaway regions, all of which were swiftly rejected by separatist leadership.
Success for Georgia’s first international bond issue
Georgia sold its first international bond issue last week with over 100 investors participating in the deal.
Political parties sign code of conduct
On April 11 organizers unveiled a code of better political conduct signed by many of the country’s leading parties, both government and opposition.
Words of the Day
Political strategies change as businessmen stand for office
Georgia hopes for busy tourist season
Georgia expects some 1.3 million tourists to visit this year, according to Beka Jakeli, a representative of the Department of Tourism and Resorts.
Abkhazia touts investment potential ahead of Russian Olympics
Abkhazia will be the main supplier of building materials for construction work in the run-up to the Sochi Olympic Games in 2014, de facto president of the breakaway region, Sergey Baghapsh recently said.
“Famous Georgians living in Moscow held a charity action”
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