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ედუარდ შევარდნაძე, რომელიც ამბობდა დიპლომატიაში გურიის აკადემია მაქვს დამთავრებულიო, ხშირად იუმორის წყალობით განმუხტავდა დაძაბულ ან გამოუვალ პოლიტიკურ ვითარებას, იქნებოდა ეს მსოფლიოს სხვადასხვა ქვეყნის ლიდერთან, ჟურნალისტებთან თუ ადგილობრივი ხელისუფლების წარმომადგენლებთან შეხვედრა. წინასაარჩევნო პერიოდია და იმერეთის გუბერნატორი თემურ შაშიაშვილი აღშფოთებულია ზოგიერთი პოლიტიკოსის საქციელით, სკოლის მასწავლებლები ჩააბან ამ პროცესში. ედუარდ შევარდნაძეც ეთანხმება მის პათოსს, თუმცა არც ასეთი სერიოზული თემა ჩაივლის შეხუმრების გარეშე.
Full Title: Working Visit Soviet Union. President Reagan Meeting with Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze in Oval Office, Cuts of Signing Ceremony by George Shultz and Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze for Nuclear Risk Reduction Center Agreement in Rose Garden, President Reagan Meeting with Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze in Cabinet Room on September 15, 1987 Creator(s): President (1981-1989 : Reagan). White House Television Office. 1/20/1981-1/20/1989 (Most Recent) Series: Video Recordings, 1/20/1981 - 1/20/1989 Collection: Records of the White House Television Office (WHTV) (Reagan Administration), 1/20/1981 - 1/20/1989 Transcript: 🤍 Production Date: 9/15/1987 Access Restriction(s):Unrestricted Use Restriction(s):Unrestricted Contact(s): Ronald Reagan Library (LP-RR), 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065-0600 Phone: 800-410-8354, Fax: 805-577-4074, Email: reagan.library🤍nara.gov National Archives Identifier:77443464 🤍
(29 Aug 1995) Russian/Nat The Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze was lightly injured when a powerful car bomb exploded Tuesday in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi. Shevardnadze was just about to leave the parliament building when a car packed with explosives blew up, injuring six people and destroying a number of government cars. The Georgian leader was on his way to a ceremonial signing of the troubled republic's new constitution. Shevardnadze missed the bomb by minutes. He was just about to leave the parliament building to travel in this motorcade when a car packed with explosives blew up, reducing most of the cars to a smouldering wreck. Several people were injured by the blast, although the exact number has not been confirmed. The explosion came at a symbolic moment. The Georgian leader was on his way to a ceremonial signing of Georgia's new constitution. The former Soviet foreign minister had appeared to be making progress in stemming the chaos of his native Caucasus country in recent months. He had ordered the main paramilitary group to disarm and pushed through the new constitution. But observers say that Shevardnadze has made a number of enemies since coming to power in 1992, after the ouster of the country's first elected president, the late Zviad Gamsakhurdia. The new constitution creates a presidency with greater powers than Shevardnadze now has as head of state and chairman of parliament. The 67-year-old leader - whose health has already been of some concern - was treated at a nearby hospital for superficial face wounds. SOUNDBITE: (Georgian) "The latest terrorist act in Georgia was aimed at the head of state. The terrorists who committed it will be punished only if the whole population of Georgia rises up and rallies against terrorism." SUPER CAPTION: Eduard Shevardnadze - Georgian leader Armed guards kept watch outside the hospital as the other casualties were wheeled in on stretchers. The wounded reportedly included Shevardnadze's chief of staff and some of his bodyguards. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
The former president of Georgia and former Soviet foreign minister, Eduard Shevardnadze has been buried in Tbilisi. The funeral of the 86-year-old who died last Monday after a a long illness was attended by close relatives as well as international delegates. Shevardnadze was recognised as playing a vital role in ending the Cold War. He went on to lead his native Georgia after independence before being ousted in street protests. ... READ MORE : 🤍 What is in the news today? Click to watch: 🤍 euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! 🤍 euronews is available in 14 languages: 🤍 In English: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 VKontakte: 🤍
Germany could not have been reunited without the assent of the Soviet Union. The Germans had a staunch ally in the Soviet Union's then-Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze.Mikhail Gorbachev's Perestroika and Glasnost policies contributed to the fall of the Berlin Wall. The fact that Germany was reunited less than a year later is due in large part to Shevardnadze. He convinced Gorbachev that German unity was urgent. The path to it, however, was lined with problems. In particular, it was hard for the Soviets to accept that unified Germany would belong to NATO.
Eduard Shevardnadze was Georgias' second post-Soviet president. By many Georgians, his time as Georgia's president is marked by his failed reforms and loss of control over Abkhazia. This video looks at Shevardnadze's time as Georgia's second president. Bibliography: Jones, Stephen. Georgia: A Political History Since Independence. I.B. Tauris. New York City, US. 2013. Print. Ed. Jones, Stephen. “War and Revolution In The Caucasus: Georgia Ablaze.” Routledge. New York City USA. 2010. Print. Areshidze, Irakly. “Democracy and Autocracy in Eurasia: Georgia in Transition.” Michigan State University Press. East Lansing USA. 2007. Print. Kandelaki, Giorgi. “Georgia’s Rose Revolution: A Participant’s Perspective.” United States Institute of Peace. July 2006. Print. Civil.ge. “Violations Reported in Kutaisi Constituency.” 02 Nov 2003. At 🤍 “Elections Prolonged in Tbilisi, Kutaisi.” 02 Nov 2003. 🤍 Civil.ge. Civil.ge. “CEC Chair Controversially Reverses her Morning Regulation on Voter Lists.” 02 Nov 2003. At 🤍 National Movement Leads in Parallel Vote Tabulation Results. Civil.ge. Nov 03 2003. At 🤍 Civil.ge. “Revival Receives 95% of Ach’ara Votes.” 06 Nov 2003. At 🤍 Civil.ge. “Ach’ara Election Results to Trigger New Wave of Protests Rallies.” 06 Nov 2003. At 🤍 “Revival Union to Rally in Tbilisi.” 17 Nov 2003. At 🤍 Civil.ge “Russian Foreign Minister Met Shevardnadze.” 23 Nov 2003. At 🤍 Civil.ge. “Shevardnadze Resigned, Georgia Celebrates Bloodless Revolution.” 23 Nov 2003. At 🤍 Video Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Former Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze has died at the age of 86. Shevardnadze straddled the world stage as Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev's number two. On his watch the Berlin Wall fell and the Cold War thawed. In 1992 Shevardnadze became president of the newly independent Georgia. In 2003 he was chased out of parliament and removed from office during the "Rose Revolution". ... READ MORE : 🤍 What is in the news today? Click to watch: 🤍 euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! 🤍 euronews is available in 14 languages: 🤍 In English: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 VKontakte: 🤍
(9 Feb 1998) Natural Sound Troops have moved into the streets of the Georgian capital Tbilisi after an assassination attempt on President Eduard Shevardnadze on Monday night. Officials say gunmen opened fire on Shevardnadze's car, killing one of his bodyguards and wounding several others. But they say Shevardnadze, a former Soviet foreign minister, escaped unharmed from the attack. Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze escaped unharmed Monday night when gunmen opened fire on his car, badly damaging the vehicle during a gun battle that left one bodyguard and an attacker dead. Police said the 70-year-old was returning to his official residence in the southern part of the capital when gunmen opened fire on the four-car motorcade. The front of Shevardnadze's car was badly damaged when it was hit, head-on, by a rocket-propelled grenade. Two other cars in the motorcade were badly burned. A bodyguard, who was in the same car as the President, was killed. Two other bodyguards were injured in the 10-minute gun battle that followed, officials said. The attack took place about a kilometer (point-6 of a mile) from Shevardnadze's residence. Police believed the gunmen had been hiding behind trees on a small hill overlooking the road where the President's car was travelling. Shevardnadze was escorted to his residence in a police car. Georgian authorities said they did not know who was responsible for the attack or what might have motivated it. Police and troops flooded the area, searching vehicles and buildings after the attack. Two tanks stood guard at the scene, which was illuminated with floodlights. Shevardnadze later appeared on state television, talking to President Geidar Aliyev of Azerbaijan, who called to express concern about the attack. He said the dead attacker had not been identified. This was the second attempt in four years to kill Shevardnadze, who once served as Soviet foreign minister before Georgia gained independence from the Soviet Union. Shevardnadze was cut by flying glass when a bomb exploded in his motorcade on the 29th of August, 1995, as he was leaving for a ceremonial signing of the country's constitution. Georgian prosecutors have since charged 14 people in connection with the attack. The suspects included Shevardnadze's former supporter Dzhaba Ioseliani. The former Soviet republic has been wracked by crime, coups and civil war and Shevardnadze has made many enemies while trying to dilute the power of assorted warlords and secessionists. He is best known as the Soviet foreign minister who helped orchestrate perestroika under former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Shevardnadze has led his native Georgia since 1992. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Თომა ჩაგელიშვილის დოკუმენტური ფილმი "გამსახურდიას სახელით" მეორე პრეზიდენტის, ედუარდ შევარდნაძის წინააღმდეგ მოწყობილ 1998 წლის 9 თებერვლის სისხლიან ტერაქტზე გვიყვება Toma Chagelishvili's documentary "In the Name of Gamsakhurdia" tells about the bloody terrorist attack on the second President, Eduard Shevardnadze, on February 9, 1998 #თომა #ჩაგელიშვილი #Toma #Chagelishvili
(11 Sep 1995) Russian/Eng/Nat Shaken but not unseated by last month's car bomb, Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze was out this weekend campaigning for November's presidential election. But while his scars have almost completely healed, the blast has re-opened deep wounds in the top levels of Georgian politics. As the vote approaches, Shevardnadze appears to be on collision course with a former ally. Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze spent the weekend busy campaigning for the country's inaugural presidential election in November. While on walkabout in the remote Svanetia region, he confidently predicted a landslide victory. SOUNDBITE: (Georgian) "The elections will be held, they will not be stopped. If before the Terrorist Act I thought I could win 50 per cent of the vote, I now think 70 or 75 per cent of the population will vote for me." SUPERCAPTION: Eduard Shevardnadze, Georgian leader But the impoverished Svanetia area is a case-study of the problems facing the entire country. Many locals have turned to the lucrative drugs trade to make ends meet. Historically the region has a deep-rooted clan culture and is awash with guns. These weapons belong to the private army of a one-time ally of Shevardnadze, Dzhaba Ioseliani His alleged involvement in the car bombing of Shevardnadze was widely reported. Despite the recent arrest of many of his key supporters, he remains confident that his position as a politician will grant him immunity. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "My arrest can't be ruled out, but it can only be with the agreement of parliament." SUPERCAPTION: Dzhaba Ioseliani, Georgian politician Violence is a pattern that is repeated throughout the political arena, and those behind the most recent bomb attack are still at large. Opposition leader Irina Sarishvili was wounded and her husband murdered in a gun attack last year. She says that the situation in Georgia is out of control and that there is more than one group behind the attacks. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We have not only Ioseliani's bandits, but we have also other criminal groups and they are free. They can murder, they can kill." SUPERCAPTION: Irina Sarishvili, opposition politician. Although Shevardnadze has brought some measure of stability to Georgia, the five-star Metekhi Palace hotel in the capital Tbilisi is all but empty. Foreign businessman, and the desperately needed investment they could bring, are rarely seen. Even if Shevardnadze remains in the driving seat of Georgian politics, the coming showdown with Ioseliani presents a rocky road ahead. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
„2002 წელი, „ესენგეს“ წევრი სახელმწიფოების ერთ-ერთი შეკრება. უყურეთ და ყურადღებით მოუსმინეთ, როგორი ღირსეული პასუხი გასცა შევარდნაძემ კაცთმოძულე პუტინს! მისხალი არ შეარჩინა და ბოლოში მადლობაც აქეთ მოახდევინა!“ - აღნიშნულის შესახებ პოლიტოლოგი ჯუმბერ კირვალიძე სოციალურ ქსელ Facebook-ში წერს და The Eduard Shevardnadze Center-ის მიერ გამოქვეყნებულ ვიდეოს აზიარებს, სადაც დსთ-ის ლიდერების არაფორმალურ შეხვედრაზე, ყაზახეთის სამთო-სათხილამურო კურორტ ჩიმბულაკში ჩასული საქართველოს პრეზიდენტი ედუარდ შევარდნაძე ღია ცისქვეშ მოწყობილ პრესკონფერენციაზე რუსეთის პრეზიდენტის, ვლადიმერ პუტინის გამოსვლას დიპლომატიურად პასუხობს. ვრცლად იხილეთ ბმულზე: 🤍
(30 Oct 1987) President Ronald Reagan and Soviet Union Foreign Minister Shevardnadze take questions from reporters in the Rose Garden before their meeting. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(1 Mar 2002) 1. Wide shot president of Turkmenistan arrives, greeted by president of Kazakhstan 2. Mid shot presidents of Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Armenia 3. Wide shot president of Tajikistan arrives, greeted by president of Kazakhstan 4. Cutaway press 5. Wide shot presidents of Georgia, Armenia, Tajikistan 6. Mid shot Putin arrives 7. Wide shot talks building 8. Wide shot talks 9. Wide shot presidents of Tajikistan, Belarus and Russia 10. Wide shot presidents of Turkmenistan, Georgia and Kazakhstan 11. Mid shot presidents of Uzbekistan and Moldova 12. Close-up Putin 13. Wide shot press conference 14. Mid shot press conference 15. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vladimir Putin, Russian President "There is no tragedy and there is no place for it. Why would it (cooperate with Americans) be allowed in Central Asia and not in Georgia, why there should be an exception made towards Georgia - of course not. This is not an issue, the issue is that in the present case we did not know anything. And, a lack of understanding about what was going on caused such a reaction. We received information from the American side, but it was late from the Georgian colleagues." 16. Cutaway press 17. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Eduard Shevardnadze: "There was no secret. The Americans helped us to create border troops, we would not have been able to do that without their help. Right now, they seriously intend to help us organize anti-terrorism groups. No other country can do that." 18. Wide shot press conference 19. Uzbek and Russian presidents to ms Turkmen and Kazakh presidents 20. Wide shot presidents exit 21. Russian and Kazakh presidents STORYLINE: An informal summit of the leaders of former Soviet bloc nations, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), opened on Friday in Kazakhstan. The leaders of all the CIS nations are attending, apart from Azerbaijan's President Geidar Aliev who was advised by doctors to refrain from travelling. Most of the heads of the states arrived at the snow resort of Chimbulak on Thursday. The main subjects up for discussion are the situation in Afghanistan, the US presence in Central Asian states, and reports on US special forces operations in the sPankisi Gorge region of Georgia. Speaking at a press conference after the meeting, Vladimir Putin said that he didn't object to the US presence in Georgia, but said that Georgia should inform Russia about such military operations. In return, Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze said that Georgia did not make a secret of its cooperation with the US and Russia was well informed on this issue. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
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ედუარდ შევარდნაძე თავისი მართლაცდა თანდაყოლილი გონებამახვილობით, გურული, სხარტი იუმორით ჰყვება მნიშვნელოვან პოლიტიკურ მოვლენებს. იუმორი და ღიმილი იყო მისი ხასიათის, თუ კულტურის თავისებურება, რომლითაც ახერხებდა მსოფლიოს უმაღლესი პოლიტიკური ფიგურების ნდობა და მეგობრობა დაემსახურებინა, მოეგვარებინა ურთულესი პრობლემები და მოლაპარაკებების დროს განემუხტა დაძაბულობა. „მისტერ სმაილი“ - ასე შეარქვეს შევარდნაძეს ამერიკელებმა, როდესაც პირქუში საბჭოთა ლიდერების შემდეგ მომღიმარი და იუმორიანი საგარეო საქმეთა მინისტრი გაიცნეს.
დოკუმენტური ფილმი "გამსახურდიას სახელით" მეორე პრეზიდენტის, ედუარდ შევარდნაძის წინააღმდეგ მოწყობილ 1998 წლის 9 თებერვლის სისხლიან ტერაქტზე იხილეთ ლინკზე: 🤍 ინტერვიუ შევარდნაძესთან ვარდების რევოლუციის შემდეგ იხილეთ ლინკზე: 🤍
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(19 Sep 2012) President George H.W. Bush and Soviet Union leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev huddled at this presidential retreat for a relaxed round of summit talks as top U.S. and Soviet officials expressed confidence in concluding a European conventional arms treaty by year's end. Secretary of State James A. Baker III and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze arrived ahead of the two superpower leaders and indicated that prospects for an accord to reduce conventional forces in Europe had improved. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(30 Oct 1987) Soviet Union Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze arrives at the White House and is greeted by Secretary of State George Shulz. Shevardnadze is meeting with President Ronald Reagan to discuss possible dates for possible summit meeting with Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(5 Oct 2001) 1. Close-up of Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze with U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell 2. Pan view of Shevardnadze walking out of White House 3. SOUNDBITE: (Russian with English translation) Eduard Shevardnadze, Georgian President: "Well, I have been very constructive in withdrawing. I don't really think so. I don't think the United States will make a massive strike, but this is my personal opinion. If it becomes absolutely necessary to be more local, it should be performed to the highest possible standard." 4. Pan view as car drives away STORYLINE: As the United States continues planning for strikes against the terrorists, the Bush administration is actively pursing coalition building all over the globe. In Washington, President Bush sat down for an Oval Office meeting with Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze, after the former Soviet Union leader had held talks with U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell. Shevardnadze knows first hand the perils of sending ground troops into Afghanistan. The Soviet Union lost thousands of soldiers after deploying troops in Afghanistan in 1979 and the Georgian president was instrumental in their withdrawal. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(10 Feb 1998) T/I 11:57:29 The day after surviving an assassination attempt, Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze resumed his official programme, opening the country's parliament in Tblisi on Tuesday (10/02). SHOWS: TBILISI, GEORGIA - 10/02 WS Tbilisi pan across city; ws car outside parliament; ws parliament buildings; vs security patrols; MS Shevardnadze walks to podium in parliament; vs interior; MS Shevardnadze stands to talk; pan across audience; SOT (in Russian) Shevardnadze, saying he will never divert from democracy. This is a national way of thinking and everyone should remember that forever that this is the future and Georgia will be united if everyone living in the nation, Azeris, Armenians, Russians and Georgians unite as a single unit; WS hospital; interiors showing guards injured in assassination attempt; VS oilfields; RUNS 2.20. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(2 Sep 1995) Natural Sound Only days after surviving an assassination attempt, Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze attended a burial service today (Saturday) near the capital, Tbilisi. The service was held to bury the remains of the last of the royal family to live in Georgia, Georgi and Elena Bagrationi. Still bearing the scars from last week's attack, Shevardnadze was present at the service officiated by the Georgian Patriarch Ilya II. The remains of Georgi Bagrationi and his wife Elena were brought to their homeland by their grandson, also named Georgi. He is a former Formula One racing driver now living and working in Spain as a representative of the car manufacturer, Fiat. He does not speak a word of Georgian but has said that if the opportunity arose, he would be willing to abandon his Malaga apartment to take the throne in the impoverished Caucasus republic. Bagrationi was thrown into jail in 1930 by the Soviets but, with the help of the famous Russian writer Maxim Gorky, he managed to escape to France where he joined other aristocratic exiles from Communist Europe. He was a descendant of Georgia's last king, Georgi XII who reigned until 1801 when the nation was subsumed by the Russian empire. The Church of the Life Giving Pillar is Georgia's holiest and the resting place of many other rulers. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Fallece el expresidente de Georgia y exministro de Exteriores de la URSS, Eduard Shevardnadze, el que fuera uno de los personajes claves de la conocida como Perestroika, el proceso de apertura democrática de la antigua Unión Soviética. Shevardnadze, que ha muerto a los 86 años, presidió su país hasta 2003, cuando dimitió debido a la Revolución de la Rosas. Anterio... MÁS INFORMACIÓNES: 🤍 euronews: el canal de noticias más visto en Europa ¡Abónese! 🤍 euronews está disponible en 14 idiomas: 🤍 En español Sitio web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
(30 Aug 1995) Georgian/Nat A day after Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze escaped an assassination attempt, he has told thousands of Georgians his government will do everything to fight terrorism. About ten thousand people gathered near the scene of the blast outside the parliamentary building in the capital Tbilisi... in a massive show of support for the president, who was injured by flying glass in Tuesday's car bomb attack. Eduard Shevardnadze, the former Soviet Foreign Minister best known for helping to carry out Mikhail Gorbachev's perestroika reforms, has been trying to restore stability to Georgia. The Caucasus republic is being torn apart by rising crime and a separatist rebellion. As he addressed the emotional rally - surrounded by anxious security men Shevardnadze still showed the cuts he sustained in the assassination attempt. But having survived it, he's now vowed to track down those responsible. SOUNDBITE: (In Russian) "I am happy that so many have gathered here. It is already a step in the struggle against terrorism and Mafia clans. We will do everything we can to halt terrorism and make Georgia a democracy" SUPER CAPTION: Eduard Shevardnadze, Georgian President Ten people suspected of involvement in the Tuesday evening car bombing have been arrested. At Wednesday's rally, Shevardnadze also confirmed that he'd run in elections for the newly created post of President in the autumn. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Gürcistan eski devlet başkanı Eduard Shevardnadze, Sovyetler Birliği'nin dağılmasına yakın yıllarda birliğin kilit isimlerden biriydi. Mihail Gorbaçov döneminde dışişleri bakanlığı koltuğuna oturan eski devlet başkanı birliğin yıkılmasının ardından siyasi yaşamına Gürcistan'da devam etti. Ancak o yıllarda yeni bağımsızlığını ilan eden ülke iç savaşın eşiğindeydi. Shevardnadze 1991 yılının aralık ayında baş gösteren iç çatışmaların sonlanmasında da önemli rol oynadı. 1992'de Gürcistan Devle... İLGILI HABERLER: 🤍 euronews: Avrupa'nın en çok izlenen haber kanalı. Üye ol! 🤍 euronews şimdi 14 ayrı dilde: 🤍 Türkçe: Web sayfası: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
(19 Jul 2000) Natural Sound Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze has held talks in London with Prime Minister Tony Blair. The leaders discussed the situation in troubled Georgia, bilateral cooperation and regional security. The Itar-Tass news agency reported British officials told Shevardnadze they were satisfied with the border control in the Chechen sector of the Georgian-Russian frontier and did not plan to propose an enlargement of the group of OSCE observers. At a joint news conference, Blair announced his government was ready to offer financial support for the decommissioning of former Soviet military bases in Georgia. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We discussed the economic situation in Georgia and the measures being taken. We also discussed the issue of the decommissioning of the Russian bases in Georgia and I made the offer of U-K financial help in order to speed up that process. The president briefed me also on the anti-corruption measures in Georgia and we discussed in general terms the relationship between Georgia, the neighbouring countries of Georgia and European Union." SUPER CAPTION: Tony Blair, U-K Prime Minister Later in the day, Shevardnadze met Queen Elizabeth ll. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(10 Feb 1998) T/I 11:10:52 GS 10:28:56 The day after surviving an assassination attempt, Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze opened the country's parliament in Tblisi on Tuesday (10/02). Police, interior ministry and army troops beefed up security around government buildings in Tblisi on Tuesday. SHOWS: TBILISI, GEORGIA - 10/02 WS Tbilisi pan across city; ws car outside parliament; ws parliament buildings; vs security patrols; MS Shevardnadze walks to podium in parliament; vs interior; MS Shevardnadze stands to talk; pan across audience; SOT (in Russian) Shevardnadze, saying he will never divert from democracy. This is a national way of thinking and everyone should remember that forever that this is the future and Georgia will be united if everyone living in the nation, Azeris, Armenians, Russians and Georgians unite as a single unit; WS hospital; interiors showing guards injured in assassination attempt; VS oilfields; RUNS 2.20. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(20 Mar 1996) English/Nat Russian President Boris Yeltsin and Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze have agreed to host a summit with all the countries in the troubled Caucasus region. The agreement came during Shevardnadze's state visit to Moscow when he held talks with Yeltsin. It was just like the old days as Eduard Shevardnadze surveyed the pomp and ceremony of a Kremlin reception. But this was different. Shevardnadze was the guest of honour - not the host. The former Soviet Foreign Minister no longer travels the world as a major player in international affairs. Instead he has taken on the immense task of hauling the former Soviet republic of Georgia out of its five-year economic and political crisis. Since declaring independence in 1991, Georgia has gone from being one of the richest republics in the U-S-S-R to one of the poorest in the C-I-S. Five years of political and economic turmoil have left Georgia desperately looking for aid. While he can't ignore Russia's role in the regional affairs of the Caucasus, Shevardnadze is looking West for economic aid. Georgia has offered to participate in building a pipeline on its territory to pump crude oil from the giant Tenghiz oil fields in Kazakhstan. The fields are being developed by Chevron Corporation - the largest oil refiner in the United States. The deal would boost the ailing economies of Georgia and its neighbour Azerbaijan and is expected to calm tensions in the volatile Caucasus region. Chevron Corporation's vice president Richard Matzke visited the Georgian ports of Poti and Batumi recently on an inspection trip. An 11-member international consortium, which does not include Chevron, is shipping most of the crude oil from its Caspian Sea fields through Turkey. But Matzke came to look at the opportunities offered by Georgia and seemed impressed. SOUNDBITE: (English) "This is our first official visit to Georgia. We're trying to get a feeling for the opportunities and for the attitudes and as I said I'm very favourably impressed on both." SUPER CAPTION: Richard Matzke, Vice President, Chevron Corporation Last week, Azerbaijan's president Geidar Aliev signed an agreement with Shevardnadze on a route to ship Azerbaijani oil from offshore Caspian Sea fields, with more or less equal stretches of the pipeline to be built in the two countries. The Caspian Sea oil fields could become the West's largest oil and gas supplier, next to the Persian Gulf, by the end of the century. Officials in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Russia hope the agreements made by the three countries to transport oil from Azerbaijani offshore oils fields in the Caspian Sea via their territories will encourage foreign companies to speed up investments in the region. But the final decision has yet to come as Western investors weigh up all factors, including the continuing war in Chechnya and the political uncertainty connected with the forthcoming presidential elections in Russia. As for Georgia, its future as an independent state hinges on the implementation of the pipeline deal. While hopes of a more prosperous future are high in Georgia, for the moment the country's oil industry remains dormant. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Production: Neostudio Released: 2000 Idea: Sopho Shevardnadze Script by: Sopho Shevardnadze, Luka Levani Director: Luka Levani DoP: Giorgi Beridze, Sozar Gulbani
Эдуард Шеварднадзе возвращался в свою резиденцию в Крцаниси в сопровождении личной охраны и отряда спецназа. Шеварднадзе вместе с начальником охраны находился во второй машине. Примерно в 23.00 по местному времени президентский кортеж поравнялся со сквером на набережной Куры в центре города. И в этот момент раздались выстрелы. Первым же выстрелом из гранатомета была подбита головная машина кортежа с охраной. На автомобиль Шеварднадзе, чудом избежавший столкновения с первой машиной, обрушился шквальный огонь. Спецназ высыпал из двух джипов и вступил в бой. Завязалась ожесточенная перестрелка, в результате которой погибли боец из охраны президента и один спецназовец. Еще двое тяжело ранены. Убит и один из нападавших. Сам Шеварднадзе не пострадал. Его защитила бронированная сталь "мерседеса", подаренного министром иностранных дел Германии Клаусом Кинкелем от имени правительства своей страны после первого покушения на Шеварднадзе 29 августа 1995 года. Нападение на президентский кортеж больше походило на боевую диверсионную операцию, нежели на теракт. В нем участвовало около 20 диверсантов, вооруженных гранатометами типа "Муха", РПГ-7 и крупнокалиберными пулеметами. Грузинские силовики оперативно перекрыли все дороги, но никого из диверсантов задержать не удалось.
С вершины Эдуарда Шеварднадзе сбросил его ученик Михаил Саакашвили, куда более циничный и жадный до власти... "Революция роз" стала для опытного политика самым страшным ударом... Смотреть другие выпуски: 🤍 #центральноетелевидение #ударвластью #большаяполитика #шеварднадзе "Центральное телевидение" - это телевидение вечных ценностей: документальные и исторические фильмы, ток-шоу, программы о науке и культуре, медицине, путешествиях, расследования той или иной сферы общественной деятельности.
(13 May 1994) Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze on Thursday (13/5) warned the country's parliament that he may resign amid growing accusations that he is plotting a new dictatorship in Georgia. The former Prime minister Tengiz Sigua told the deputies that he possesses a document showing that Shevardnadze's emerging party (Union of Citizens) is heading for unlimited power, similar to the grip the former communist had in Soviet Georgia. In his speech to members of the parliament Shevardnadze rejected the accusations and said that he will resign if such papers become public. SHOWS: gv heated debates in parliament sigua speaking at a microphone as above cu shevardnadze at podium shevardnadze speaking georgian as above sigua interview after the session in russian: "i am quite sure that Shevardnadze uses dirty, unmoral means to make up his party". ends 1.27 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Full Title: President Reagan's Photo Opportunities on September 21, 1988. President Reagan Meeting The Joint Chiefs of Staff in Oval Office, President Reagan Meeting Bankruptcy Judges in Oval Office (President Receives Giant Gavel), President Reagan Meeting Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze in Oval Office, President Reagan, Nancy Reagan, "Rex" Depart via Marine One Helicopter for Camp David on South Lawn (Press Questions) on September 21, 1988 Creator(s): President (1981-1989 : Reagan). White House Television Office. 1/20/1981-1/20/1989 (Most Recent) Series: Video Recordings, 1/20/1981 - 1/20/1989 Collection: Records of the White House Television Office (WHTV) (Reagan Administration), 1/20/1981 - 1/20/1989 Transcript: 🤍 Production Date: 9/23/1988 Access Restriction(s):Unrestricted Use Restriction(s):Unrestricted Contact(s): Ronald Reagan Library (LP-RR), 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065-0600 Phone: 800-410-8354, 805-577-4000, Fax: 805-577-4074, Email: reagan.library🤍nara.gov National Archives Identifier:117700619 🤍
ედუარდ შევარდნაძის გარდაცვალებას მსოფლიო მედია ეხმაურება. ბრიტანული, ფრანგული და გერმანული გამოცემები შევარდნაძის ცხოვრებისა და პოლიტიკური მოღვაწეობის შესახებ ვრცელ სტატიებს აქვეყნებენ. შევარდნაძის გარდაცვალებას ერთ-ერთი პირველი საბჭოთა კავშირის ყოფილი პრეზიდენტი მიხეილ გორბაჩოვი გამოეხმაურა. მან გერმანიის გაერთიანების, ჩინეთთან ურთიერთობის დარეგულირების, შეერთებულ შტატებთან დიალოგის დაწყებისა და ბირთვული შეიარაღების შეწყვეტის საქმეში შევარდნაძის მიერ შეტანილ წვლილს უდიდესი უწოდა. ნათესავებსა და ახლობლებს, მთელ ქართველ ხალხს სამძიმარი რუსეთის პრეზიდენტმა ვლადიმირ პუტინმა გამოუცხადა. "დიდებული ადამიანი და მეგობარი, რომელმაც ფუნდამენტური როლი შეასრულა საბჭოთა კავშირის დაშლასა და გერმანიის გაერთიანებაში", - ამ სიტყვებით საქართველოს ყოფილი პრეზიდენტის გარდაცვალებას ესპანელი პოლიტიკოსი, ნატო-ს ყოფილი გენერალური მდივანი ხავიერ სოლანა გამოეხმაურა.