Skip to comments.Beware of Persians bearing Georgian passports
Posted on 03/18/2013 4:31:55 PM PDT by Cindy
SNIPPET: "So there I was, doing that thing I do - targeted collection, and triage based on a range of frequently changing criteria - when I happened to notice this image:"
SNIPPET: "georgi.ir: sometimes what isn't there is still interesting"
(Excerpt) Read more at forum.internet-haganah.com ...
“What Obama’s New NSC Staffer Tells Us About His Thinking On Iran”
by Ali Gharib Mar 8, 2013 1:26 PM EST
PHOTO CAPTION: “Then-US Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon speaks during his news conference in Tbilisi, Georgia on November 16, 2012. (Vano Shlamov / Getty Images)”
Okay, I’ll bite.
What is this article about?
“Most visitors to Georgia come from neighboring countries”
by DFWATCH STAFF | Mar 12, 2013
SNIPPET: “TBILISI, DFWatchThe majority of foreign visitors to Georgia in 2013 came from Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia, Ukraine and Iran.”
SNIPPET: “In 2012, there were 1 789 592 tourists, according to the report, which is 40.8 percent of the total number; 754 938 were transits 17.2 percent and the rest 1 844 726 or 42 percent of the total visits.
By the end of the year, the rate of increase was reduced from 19 to 22 percent (October 2012 January 2013), the report reads. However, the intensity of the increase has grown from February and it reached 56 percent.
The number of visitors in January-February, 2013 was 565 612, which is 37.2 percent more than it was in 2012. 206 418 out of this, or 36.5 percent, are tourists and 70 299, or 12.4 percent, are people transiting.”
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Now, if you get the feeling that Georgian passports (among other things) are for sale here, you are forgiven. And likely correct... Arrive a tourist, leave a Georgian nationalRegional politics more complicated than the pre-WWI Balkans.
Here’s some info about the dead perp:
Thank you very much SunkenCiv for the pinging your list.
My pleasure, and thanks again for the topic.
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