Interviews

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The main idea of sharia law is bringing together conflicting sides – Dagestani religion minister

Minister for National Policy, Religion and External Relations of Dagestan Bekmurza Bekmurzaev told VK about his vision of anti-extremist policy.

The main idea of sharia law is bringing together conflicting sides – Dagestani religion minister

Valery Sozanov: "Publications concerning the 100-grade Unified state examination results of Caucasian natives do not relate to North Ossetia"

Valery Sozanov, the North Ossetian Secretary of Education and Science toldVC about the problems of secondary education in the republic.

Valery Sozanov: Publications concerning the 100-grade Unified state examination results of Caucasian natives do not relate to North Ossetia

Ibragim Ibragimov: Personnel renewal will restore credit of authority

The prospects of the North Caucasus Federal district under Khloponin’s governance were described by the chief of the executive committee of the United Russia

Ibragim Ibragimov: Personnel renewal will restore credit of authority

Who owns Imedi? – an interview with Irakliy Moseshvili

The row over “The chronicles of the terrible future” program which was aired by the Imedi TV company is going from bad to worse. The scandal has been rekindled by a recording of a telephone talk between Georgy Arveladze, the head of the Georgian Imedi Production Group, and the program’s presenter Ekaterina Tsamalashvili.The conversation appeared in the Internet from nowhere. According to it, Saakashvili not only knew about the preparation of the program, but also insisted on it being as realistic and shocking as possible. 

Who owns Imedi? – an interview with Irakliy Moseshvili

Georgian human rights activist Elene Tevdoradze: “It’s time to pardon”.

After the New Year, 90 prisoners pardoned by the Georgian president left jail. But everything, as they say, is comparative. Up until the 2003 Rose Revolution there were 12,000 prisoners and President Shevardnadze annually freed one between one and two thousand of them. Now there are around 25,000 prisoners and no more than 200 are pardoned every year. President Saakashvili has stated more than once that he intends to carry out an uncompromising battle against crime, as “the criminal world sees any indulgence as an expression of weakness, which only leads to an increase in crime.”

Georgian human rights activist Elene Tevdoradze: “It’s time to pardon”.

Valery Kvaratskhelia: "Russia should speak with honest politicians"

Valery Kvaratskhelia: "Russia should speak with honest politicians"     Leader of the "Neutral Georgia" party Valery Kvaratskhelia in an interview with VC expressed doubts that former Prime Minister Zurab Nogaideli, who has recently signed a cooperation agreement with the “United Russia,” will manage to improve Russian-Georgian relations.  

Valery Kvaratskhelia: Russia should speak with honest politicians

Sergei Lavrov: "The root problem of the North Caucasus is not related to the economy"

Recently the EC held a discussion club, which was attended by North Caucasian analysts. It was about the idea to enter the presidential office responsible for the Caucasus http://vestikavkaza.com/analytics/politika/11777.html. Today questions VK responsible Moscow political analyst Alexander Karavayev.

Sergei Lavrov: The root problem of the North Caucasus is not related to the economy