Greens and Gold Don’t Mix

Greens and Gold Don't Mix.  Institute for War and Peace Reporting  Protesters are trying to stop work on a gold mining project that threatens to destroy a prehistoric site. They have camped out for more than a month in Kazreti, a village in the Bolnisi district of southeastern Georgia, the location of the Sakdrisi gold mine – …

Greens and Gold Don't Mix.  Institute for War and Peace Reporting 

Protesters are trying to stop work on a gold mining project that threatens to destroy a prehistoric site. They have camped out for more than a month in Kazreti, a village in the Bolnisi district of southeastern Georgia, the location of the Sakdrisi gold mine – said to be the world’s oldest – which contains many prehistoric artifacts and has never been fully explored.


EU-Georgia Association Agreement.

EU-Georgia Association Agreement. Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Georgia (youtube) EU-Georgia Association Agreement. Title VI – Other Cooperation Policies. Explained by Manana Kochladze, Green Alternative. Video is prepared by the Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Georgia with the support of the EU Delegation in Georgia and the United Nations Development Programme …

EU-Georgia Association Agreement. Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Georgia (youtube)

EU-Georgia Association Agreement. Title VI - Other Cooperation Policies. Explained by Manana Kochladze, Green Alternative. Video is prepared by the Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Georgia with the support of the EU Delegation in Georgia and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)


RAGE OF MKINVARI

RAGE OF MKINVARI. Georgian Journal The Minister of Energy Kakhi Kaladze does not connect the reasons of the Dariali gorge catastrophe to the construction of the Larsi HPP. Independent experts abstain from a direct evaluation until the investigation is finished. 

RAGE OF MKINVARIGeorgian Journal

The Minister of Energy Kakhi Kaladze does not connect the reasons of the Dariali gorge catastrophe to the construction of the Larsi HPP. Independent experts abstain from a direct evaluation until the investigation is finished. 


Six still missing after massive landslide in Georgia

Six still missing after massive landslide in Georgia. Environment Democracy & Freedom Watch 12 Turkish citizens were rescued out of a tunnel, while two drivers of trucks that were caught in the landslide were brought to safety.Interior Minister Alexandre Chikaidze said Tuesday that salvage crews have not been able to find any of the six who are …

Six still missing after massive landslide in Georgia. Environment Democracy & Freedom Watch

12 Turkish citizens were rescued out of a tunnel, while two drivers of trucks that were caught in the landslide were brought to safety.Interior Minister Alexandre Chikaidze said Tuesday that salvage crews have not been able to find any of the six who are missing. The search had to be suspended on Monday due to bad weather.


Ukrainian citizen dies at Dariali gorge

Ukrainian citizen dies at Dariali gorge. The Messenger One person has died as a result of the disaster and seven are believed to be lost after the landslide at Dariali gorge on May 17. Although the rescue service assisted the citizen of Ukraine and took him by helicopter to the hospital, he did not survive. 

Ukrainian citizen dies at Dariali gorge. The Messenger

One person has died as a result of the disaster and seven are believed to be lost after the landslide at Dariali gorge on May 17. Although the rescue service assisted the citizen of Ukraine and took him by helicopter to the hospital, he did not survive. 


People still missing after landslide

People still missing after landslide. The Messenger Five people are still missing following a landslide on May 17 near Gveleti village, 20 km from the construction site of the Dariali hydropower plant in northern Georgia near the Russian border. 

People still missing after landslideThe Messenger

Five people are still missing following a landslide on May 17 near Gveleti village, 20 km from the construction site of the Dariali hydropower plant in northern Georgia near the Russian border. 


Environmental group warned about landslide risk

Environmental group warned about landslide risk. Environment Democracy & Freedom Watch Five people are missing and a hundred and fifty have been rescued out of the disaster area in the north of Georgia where a massive one million cubic meters of rock tumbled down the hillsides Saturday morning, clogging the river Tergi, and cutting of the only road …

Environmental group warned about landslide riskEnvironment Democracy & Freedom Watch

Five people are missing and a hundred and fifty have been rescued out of the disaster area in the north of Georgia where a massive one million cubic meters of rock tumbled down the hillsides Saturday morning, clogging the river Tergi, and cutting of the only road through the Caucasus mountains, as well as the gas supply from Russia to Armenia.