Today the President of Dagestan met with Presidential Adviser and Civic Society and Human Rights Development Council Chairman Mikhail Fedotov. According to Mr. Fedotov, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev insisted that this session of the Council would be held in one of the Caucasian Republics of the Russian Federation
Today post-Soviet countries mark Children's Day. International Children’s Day has been marked on the first day of summer each year since 1950
Staff members of the Ingush HIV Center are concerned about the rise of AIDS in the republic
Vanuatu has recognized Abkhazia as a sovereign state
The Washington Post reported that Iran set off a diplomatic row with Germany on Tuesday by closing its airspace to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s plane as it flew to India, thereby delaying her arrival there on an official visit. Germany summoned the Iranian ambassador in Berlin to protest “the breach of international protocol,” Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said. Iran did not say why the permission was revoked, and a second plane carrying several of Merkel’s ministers had no trouble transiting Iranian airspace on the way to the government consultations in India.
It is time to coordinate the basic principles for settling the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, US Ambassador to Azerbaijan Matthew Bryza said.
Irakly Okruashvili criticizes US policies
According to official data, Dagestan is one of the five regions of Russia in which innovative technologies are introduced most often.
Former Deputy Interior Minister and husband of Nino Burjanadze, Badri Bitsadze, informed the prosecutor's office on May 30 that he plans to pay a visit. He will not post bail. Nino Burjanadze said in an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza that demanding bail is illegal.
Now he will fight terrorism in his video blog
In the city of Turkmenbashi on the Caspian Sea Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov had a meeting with Turkish President Abdullah Gul, who arrived in the country on a working visit.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said good-bye to the deceased head of Abkhazia, Sergei Bagapsh. Several hundred people came to honor the memory of the president of Abkhazia, who died in Moscow on 29 May at 62 after a complex operation on his lungs.
The Washington Post published an article on the prospects of Turkmen gas delivery to Europe. Turkmenistan, a thinly populated nation of 5 million people, estimates it is sitting on top of 24.6 trillion cubic
Bagapsh’s demise triggered a whole wave of comments and speculations on the possible future of Abkhazia
Larisa Tsvijba, historian, RSUH professor, tells VK about the personality of Sergey Bagapsh and the attitude of the Abkhaz people towards him.
Moscow will mourn the death of Abkhaz President Sergey Bagapsh at the Cultural Center of the Russian Armed Forces at 2 Suvorovskaya Square today from 11.00 to 16.00.
Students from MSU History Department saw Azerbaijan’s capital and were surprised
Amnesty is a step toward overcoming political crisis
Mourning for the late President Bagapsh has been declared in Abkhazia. The state flag on the building of the presidential administration has been lowered. All programs were cancelled on state television.