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By Liana Jervalidze, Kevin Rosner

This file indicates that as Georgia has restructured its power region, the recent Russian and Georgian political elites exerted their effect, really during the participation of Russian fuel corporation Itera in privatizations of Georgian fuel corporations. and the way, during the last few years, Russian-Georgian company teams with their offshore capital were operating to monopolise the Georgian economic climate and Russia's gasoline has been consolidating its carry over the CIS pipeline infrastructure, really in the course of the enlargement of Gazprom. notwithstanding, Gazprom did not take regulate of Georgia's pipeline infrastructure and Georgia is insistent on constructing its pipeline strength to be able to improve its position as a transit path to Europe, Turkey and Iran. a part of the Russian international strength coverage record sequence.

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These two persons carried on negotiations with Gazprom and concluded the twenty-five year strategic partnership agreement. Outraged, Georgian society directed all its criticism towards David Mirtskulava who, having successfully accomplished his objective, resigned his post on August 6 2003. He promptly received a new position as Chairman of the energy regulatory commission83. On August 12 Mamuka Nikoleisvili was appointed Minister of Fuels and Energy of Georgia84. 36 In September 2003 Gazprom started supplying gas to Tbilgazi, and to the Gardabani power generating unit 9 which had also come under the RAO UES ownership.

A privatization marathon which was initiated by a Georgian–Russian, partners within Sakgazi and their lobbyists in Georgia and Russia, was part of this scheme. Privatization of energy enterprises 1998 Georgia began seriously reforming its energy system in 1996. The country received substantial financial assistance in the form of grants and loans to facilitate this process. The planned industry reforms involved the rehabilitation and privatization of Georgian energy enterprises. The privatization of small and medium enterprises and some large gas consuming enterprises started in 1998 in an opaque environment.

After the rose revolution Mamuka Nikoleishvili took a key poison in RosGruzEnergo, a Russian–Georgian joint venture. In the end of July 2005 Vano Merabishvili, Georgia’s Minister of Internal Affairs announced on Rustavi 2 TV that they had arrested a group of people from South Ossetia who confirmed to have committed sabotage and attacks against transmission lines, a bomb attack in the city of Gori, Georgia. ru Ʌɸɛɨɜɶ ȼɨɪɨɩɚɟɜɚ “ Ƚɚɡɩɪɨɦ ɉɪɢɫɦɚɬɪɢɜɚɟɬɫɹ ɤ Ƚɪɭɡɢɢ” 24. 09. com Iran, August 2005 51 Georgia About the series: Russian foreign energy policy reports T his series of reports establishes for the first time the confluence of Russian foreign policy with the acquisition of foreign energy assets by Russian entities.

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