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Who will go to Georgia after the visa-free travel agreement?!

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on October 20, 2010

Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Nalbandov met with Iranian Ambassador to Georgia, Majid Saber on October 19 to discuss the issues related to preparation of Iranian Foreign Minister’s upcoming visit to Tbilisi.

“The sides noted that the abovementioned visit, in frames of which visa-free travel agreement will be signed between the two countries, will significantly contribute to further development of relations between the two countries,” the Georgian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

According to the Georgian government’s weekly e-publication released on October 14, the Iranian Foreign Minister’s visit to Georgia is scheduled for November 3-4. Nino Kalandadze, however, said on October 18, that the date of the visit was not yet exactly defined.

“As you are aware the visit was planned for number of times in the past, but was postponed for objective reasons,” she said.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says the failure to properly screen workers at a Georgia nuclear construction site was a low-level violation of federal rules.

The commission released a summary on October 8 explaining the findings of a scheduled inspection of a site near Waynesboro where the Atlanta-based Southern Co. and its partners are preparing to build two nuclear reactors. The Southern Co. and its construction contractor, The Shaw Group, were not penalized.

Inspectors examined lapses that occurred when two supervisors for a Shaw Group subcontractor improperly filled out questionnaires for their employees that asked about drug and alcohol abuse.

Islamic Regime tried to increase the cooperation with Georgia over the last year, maybe because Ukraine is no more available and handy to do their deeds in. I picture what will happen or already happening, Georgia will be filled with Iran’s Islamic regime agents whom their work is to find nuclear fission material in the black market and transfer them to Iran as much as they can with no regard to sources kinds and shapes. As you‘ve read already they had security flaws and the failure to properly screen workers at a Georgia nuclear construction site. Then it is a possibility that there are lots of Uranium sources out there.


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  1. Terence Hunton said, on December 1, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    thanks from los angeles

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