Russia must minimize USA's influence in Central Asia <NOBR>11/28/2005 17:27</NOBR>
Central Asia still remains a highly important region for Russia without which it cannot exist
After the official withdrawal of the US army base in Khanabad, Uzbekistan, and the republic's re-orientation to Russia, it becomes clear that Russia has been concentrating more and more of its attention in the region of Central Asia. It brings up a question of the region's importance to Russia: Central Asia is the desolate mountainous territory, on which five rather poor countries are situated. Central Asia
Central Asia became the vassal of the Russian empire in the 1870s. Five union republics were formed in the region after the Great October Revolution on 1917. Shariat laws were canceled in the new republics, whereas the Soviet government involved them in the construction of communism. Huge reserves of raw materials were found on the territories of the Asian republics of the Soviet ... >>full
Krasnodar militiamen assisted at Nalchik inhabitant’s confinement 26.11.2005
Employees of the Krasnodar special militia troop (OMON) being with official journey in Nalchik had assisted a local inhabitant during her child birthing. About 3.a.m. a woman approached to militiamen stood on their post. "I’m giving birth right now", - she said. The senior ensign of militia Orest Skorikov called on his portable radio set an ambulance.
But "the process" has already started. The senior ensign of militia Vadim Koljadin had to wash hands with vodka: "I was looking how I should come to her. In my memory all the things passed by - what my wife told and what I saw on TV. I picked up the child by his armpits and pulled out".
Then with a part of pistol they tied up his umbilical cord and heated the toddler with breath – in the street there was about zero. The physicians, who arrived ... >>full
Historical hysteria in Kuban goes on (Black sea Shapsugia)
As IА REGNUM informed, recently they developed breadboard model of the monument devoted to "founders" of Novorossisk city Nikolay Raevsky, Lazar Serebryakov and Michael Lazarev. Its author Alexander Suvorov presented his work of art to the major of Novorossisk city and the expert group arrived from the regional center and headed by the main architect of Kuban Jury Rysin.
In the press-service of Novorossisk administration they told that the main architect of Kuban accepted the invitation of the chapter of city of Novorossisk, and was not disappointed with what he saw. Actually he liked the breadboard model of the future monument to "legendary founders of city". Experts of the regional commission gave recommendations on height of its pedestal and ornamenting of the columns. The monument, in the common opinion, would become one of historical sights of the city. The skeleton has been ... >>full
In Zugdidsky area of Georgia they burnt breadboard model of Russian tank
25.11.2005<O:P></O:P> In the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict zone a protest action with requirement of removal the Russian peace-making forces from the territory of Abkhazia passed. As IА REGNUM correspondent informed, the action passed near the local "the blue helmets" staff in village Urta of Zugdidsky area of Georgia and in it approximately 100 people among which there were local residents and representatives of Georgian nongovernmental organizations took part.
Participants of the action held posters with a picture of Russian solder having hidden his head in sand and inscription "Position", slogans "Peacemakers, go out!" and so on; and in the end of the action they burnt a breadboard model of tank with the Russian symbolics.
"Peacemakers promote in the conflict zone in the territory of Abkhazia proceeding genocide till now, as well as abductions, murders of peace inhabitants of Georgian nationality", - declared participants of ... >>full
21.11.2005 15:10 MSK Georgia discusses possibility of seceding from CIS GEORGIA, Tbilisi. The debate about Georgia’s possible secession from the CIS renewed in Tbilisi after the Russian Embassy in Georgia had refused a visa to Georgian MP Ghivi Targamadze who was to take part in the session of the CIS Inter-Parliamentary Assembly in St.-Petersburg. The issue of the country’s possible secession from the Commonwealth has been widely discussed by members of ruling majority and opposition alike.
Speaking on the current situation, Chairman of Parliamentary Committee for External Relations, Kote Gabashvili, who was also to attend the CIS Assembly in St.-Petersburg, told journalists that he didn’t consider it appropriate at this stage to raise the issue of Georgia’s secession from the CIS. "This issue would be of more significance if Georgian Parliament were to address the need for the presence of Russian peacekeeping force in the conflict zones of Georgia. At this stage the ... >>full
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