Baku and Tbilisi discussed issue of investment in the reconstruction of Georgia's highways

Baku and Tbilisi discussed issue …

Baku and Tbilisi discu...

Pentagon chief left Georgia

Pentagon chief left Georgia

Deputy Defense Ministe...

Georgian parliament begins debate of the draft bill "On the State Language"

Georgian parliament begins debate…

Parliament begins deba...

"Dnepravia" suspends flights from Kharkiv to Tbilisi and Batumi

"Dnepravia" suspends fl…

Airline "Dniproavia" f...

Georgian Orthodox Church celebrates the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Mariamoba

Georgian Orthodox Church celebrat…

Georgian Orthodox Chur...

The Georgian Foreign Ministry published a list of countries with which it will support the visa-free message

The Georgian Foreign Ministry pub…

The Georgian Foreign M...

Visa to Georgia will cost $ 50

Visa to Georgia will cost $ 50

From September 1, 2014...

Georgia does not acknowledge presidential elections in Abkhazia

Georgia does not acknowledge pres…

The Georgian Foreign M...

In Baku is discussed the construction of the railway Marabda-Kartsakhi

In Baku is discussed the construc…

The 20th meeting of th...

Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia will hold joint military exercises

Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia wi…

Azerbaijan, Turkey and...

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The Georgian-Russian economic relations: the paradox with the real basis

Trade and economic relations are the most paradoxical part of the post-Soviet Russian-Georgian relations. At a time when political relations between the two countries are virtually nonexistent, trade and economic relations since the restoration of Georgia's independence, in spite of crisis, did not stop.
The main ground of these contacts is that even now Georgia is one of the major "exporters" of labor, and Russia is one of the main "importers" of investments in Georgia.

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Use of force in the Caucasus is not successful

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Assessments of Russian leaders of highly explosive situation in the North Caucasus and inadequacy of measures taken by them to resolve this situation do not allow peoples of the region to live peacefully. Events that unfolded in the first days of 2010 in Dagestan, Chechnya and Ingushetia are enough to confirm this. Assessments by the two leaders of Russia of processes that are unfolding in the region also differ from each other. Dmitry Medvedev believes that despite all measures that had been taken, the situation in the North Caucasus still remains turbulent. Vladimir Putin does not expect too much aggravation of the situation and names traditional Caucasian clans and propensity to corruption as causes of all of it. But they both completely agree on methods and ways of fight. Both of them believe that tough, relentless and permanent actions should be taken for consolidation of control in the region. So rough, coercive methods still remain a preferred way for resolution of the problem.

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