The meeting was devoted to the installation of a bust of Avagyan in Bugashen village of Georgia's Akhalkalaki
Over 150 pick-up locations are available throughout Tbilisi, Karadjala, Tskhaltubo, Gori, Batumi, Rustavi, Kutaisi, Marneuli, Poti, Bagdati, Ninotsminda, Akhaltsikhe, Sagaredzho, Kaspi, Kabali, Tsalka, Akhalkalaki
, Kutaisi, Borjomi and other cities, with additional locations to be added in future.
Waveform ID Earthquake name Date Direction 181 X Boshroyeh 16.09.78 EW 293 X Rionero in Vulture 23.11.80 EW 302 Y Lauria 23.11.80 NS 335 Y Korinthos 25.02.81 NS 353 Y Balikesir 05.07.83 NS 477 X Tehran 20.06.90 EW 477 Y Tehran 20.06.90 NS 480 Y Tonekabun 20.06.90 NS 499 Y Akhalkalaki
29.04.91 NS 536 X Tercan 13.03.92 EW Waveform ID PGA [m/[s.sup.2]] Magnitude [M.sub.W] 181 X 1.003 7.3 293 X 0.968 6.9 302 Y 0.155 6.9 335 Y 1.144 6.3 353 Y 0.237 6.1 477 X 0.324 7.4 477 Y 0.286 7.4 480 Y 1.341 7.4 499 Y 0.113 6.8 536 X 0.286 6.6 TABLE 3: Dynamic properties of isolated structure.
In total 105 kilometers (65 mi) of new line will be built between Kars and Akhalkalaki
, with 76 kilometers (47 mi) within Turkey and 29 kilometers (18 mi) in Georgia.
A depot is under construction in Akhalkalaki
for the transition of trains from the existing tracks in Georgia to the European ones.
falling under amnesty in Jan 2013) faced off in Akhalkalaki
on 25 October.
Hemmer H, Kahlke RD, Vekua AK (2001) The Jaguar - Panthera onca gombaszoegensis (Kretzoi, 1938) (Carnivora: Felidae) in the late lower pleistocene of Akhalkalaki
(south Georgia; Transcaucasia) and its evolutionary and ecological significance.
While three of Russia's four major bases in Georgia have been closed, or are nearly closed two under a 2005 agreement dealing with Akhalkalaki
and Batumi a small number of Russian personnel and supplies remain at the Gudauta base, in the separatist Abkhazia region of Georgia.
In May 2005, Georgia and Russia reached an agreement whereby Russia would complete its withdrawal from its bases at Batumi and Akhalkalaki
by the end of 2008.
Russia is shutting down two Georgian bases, in Batumi and Akhalkalaki
by 2008, and is ahead of schedule in this endeavor.
Russia--which has troops stationed in Batumi, the Adjar capital, and Akhalkalaki
in the ethnic Armenian Javakhetia, plus 'peacekeeping' units already in Abkhazia--could likewise act as a guarantor of Georgia's federalism.
For example, the Georgian-Armenians who compose an ethnic majority in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region bordering Armenia have been somewhat supported by a foreign protector, the Russians, who presently maintain a military base in the Javakheti regional center of Akhalkalaki
. Although the Armenians have abundant access to arms, no popular movement for secession has risen.