Foreign Media about Georgia
Zviad Kobaladze – the Last Georgian Military Hostage in Tskhinvali
January 25, 2010
According to the reliable information, 11 Georgian prisoners are in Tskhinvali prison now. All of them were kidnapped in different situations after Russian-Georgian armed conflict. There is only one exception, who was arrested during the armed conflict in August of 2008. He is Zviad Kobaladze, cousin of General Koba Kobaladze, who was arrested on the third day of the war.
I Am Looking Forward to Forgetting the War … (I am Looking forward To Starting War)
January 20, 2010
When I learned at school, we had one subject on the time-table - “military lesson”. I remember only entertainment from those lessons. Our teacher was former military servant who did not recognize girls. He taught boys how to fall gun into pieces and then compose again. Besides that, this process was always followed by laughing. The teacher, whose name and face I do not remember, was very serious person but we became unserious having seen the gun. In short, when I try to recall those lessons, I have vague but pleasant feeling because I see the smiling faces of the boys with arms.
Back in the USSR
January 19, 2010
Statement of the president of Georgia about introduction of military education in public schools of Georgia means to restore forms and practice of the soviet ideology.
Mines on the Military Shooting-Range endowed Three People Lives
January 18, 2010
Moved to HR Department!
January 11, 2010
Year for Great Military Thrill and Replacements
January 11, 2010
Despite several unpromising prognosis, Georgia went through 2009 without war. However, similar situation can hardly be lasting peace. Replacement of military units and maneuvers lasted all year long – they dug underground truncheons around Tbilisi and Mtskheta. They filled in the military warehouses. Simultaneously, the Minister of Defense was replaced again and the country underwent so-called military mutiny.
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