Frontera Public Statement the_old_trout: Seems that the UK Government is now getting involved too: [link] Dare I say that Georgia might have a new Government come the autumn? A government sympathetic towards the West? Now that would be an achievement. Just for balance though, where is our residential critic to pour scorn on the very idea? I forget the name, an insignificant little twerp, no doubt will be along shortly…
Frontera Public Statement Seems that the UK Government is now getting involved too: lse.co.uk US, Britain Accuse Russia Of 'Aggressive' Cyberattacks On Georgia | Financial... US, Britain Accuse Russia Of 'Aggressive' Cyberattacks On Georgia | Financial News Dare I say that Georgia might have a new Government come the autumn?
Frontera Public Statement FRR hits back on wages due to ex.workers… ИА REGNUM Сотрудники Frontera Resources отрицают наличие долгов перед жителями Грузии Филиал нефтегазовой компании из США Frontera Resources, работающий в Грузии, не имеет задолженности по зарплате перед своими бывшими работниками. Такое заявл... Frontera Resources employees deny debt to Georgian residents TBILISI, February 19, 2020, 11:27 - REGNUM A branch of the US oil and gas company Frontera Resources, operating in Georgia, has no wage arrears to its former employees. Such a statement was made on February 18 by the enterprise’s press service in connection with a protest rally on its territory in the city of Dedoplis-Tskaro. “We urge the participants of today’s uncoordinated action to act within the law. We are also contacting the relevant departments to ensure a safe working environment, ”said Frontera Resources. It is worth noting that former employees of the American company are demanding the payment of wages, which, according to them, are indebted to Frontera Resources. They also demand the reinstatement of 84 employees who were fired for such demands.
Frontera Public Statement Meanwhile back in Kakheti it seems that FRR have been trying to do another lifting of oil from storage but are being blocked by their redundant workers:[link]
Frontera Public Statement Opposition Turns On Soviet Union Anthem During Parliament Speaker’s Speech [link]
Frontera Public Statement “January 13: Congressman Markwayne Mullin ®, author of yet another letter, chose to add economic dimension to his criticism. Deploring “a continued negative trend in democratic and free-market indicators,” U.S. lawmaker singled out Frontera Resources (an oil and gas firm based in his home state Texas) for being subjected to “harassment and expropriation attack” by the Georgian government.” Full article: Civil.ge – 17 Feb 20 Letters Gone Unheeded: New Normal of U.S.-Georgia Relations? Georgia is often cited as one of the closest partners of the United States in the region. Last decades have seen the U.S. spearheading efforts to push forward the Georgian democracy. Clearly, Georg…
Frontera Public Statement Agreed SB, I have mentally parked my Frontera investment but i can now see a glimmer of light. The reds have a loud bark but our distant cousins are still the king of the hill.
Frontera Public Statement Fozz, must admit things are looking good for FRR with the sizeable support in the US and in Georgia, but best to keep expectations in check until there is news on the Arbitration. With these Russian politicians, they can go very low e.g. shooting down of the Malaysian Airline, election interference in the US, indiscriminate bombing of civilians in Syria, the poisonings in the UK, the list goes on & on. No wonder Dracula Ivanishvili sheet scared of Kremlin.
Frontera Public Statement Kicking off big time!!! [link]
Frontera Public Statement This really is getting serious now:- Global Research – 17 Feb 20 Is U.S. Sponsored Regime Change War Coming to Georgia? - Global Research Former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili (October 2012 – November 2013) is leading his party to dominate the Georgian parliament in the upcoming Autumn elections, if they actually go on schedule and not earlier as many commentators are speculating....
Frontera Public Statement Yep, the interview confirms what we all suspected. At least there’s something in the glass SB so there’s Hope. It takes a lot for an arbitration to rule against a sovereign nation but it wouldn’t surprise me if the gogc just gave it a go on the assumption FRR would go bankrupt and i think we all suspect who has been funding the gogc now. Obviously they underestimated Zaza and Steve. My glass is now half full…never underestimate our overseas cousins.
Frontera Public Statement Well Fozz - that was an astonishing interview by Ivanishvili’s predecessor, Mikhel Saakashvili. And being the previous PM of Georgia, this information has a lot of credence. It also fills in a lot of gaps as to why FRR has suffered so much since 2013 [notably the public spat with Kaladze who was then the Minister of Energy]. So the question is, how deep does this rabbit hole goes? Well, apparently, all the way to the Kremlin. Georgia is now being run by a proxy of Putin. Plus, there has been no direct discussions with Russia about occupied lands of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Nothing since 2012. Why risk the wrath of US and [may be] EU by fighting over B12, when a company has invested US$500M in your country? Plus we always wondered how a small AIM company like FRR could garner so such strong support in the US, and now we its been revealed its down to Ted Cruz. Anyway, terribly dirty politics, and a bad advertisement for Georgia as a foreign investment.
Frontera Public Statement He rarely uses Twitter by the looks of things his last tweet prior to this one was dec 18 so he only tweets when something serious is needs addressing
Frontera Public Statement Past president now commenting, this is coming to a head quite quickly. twitter.com Giorgi Margvelashvili (MargvelashviliG) By choosing authoritarianism, Georgian Dream crossed red lines. No democracy - no national unity, no western path. Won’t watch this happen. Returning to active politics. Will serve the mission of our western choice with my friends and the Georgian people. 11:25 PM - 16 Feb 2020
Frontera Public Statement My glass is now starting to become half full SB, assuming the arbitration goes our way i think Frontera could have a future. The only sticking point i see is if there’s only 7 years left on the license but everything can be overcome with the right incentive and political pressure. 6 weeks till April.