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Tbilisi to Host Conference on C Hepatitis Elimination Program

Tbilisi to Host  Conference on C Hepatitis Elimination Program

On July 4 at 16 o’clock the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health (NCDC) located at M. Asatiani Street 9 will host an international conference called as C Hepatitis Elimination Program in Georgia: Future Development Ways. The conference will be held as part of the April 6 agreement …

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Insurance Industry has Shown a High Level of Solidarity

Insurance Industry has Shown a High Level of Solidarity

An interview with  the Head of the State Insurance Supervision Service  Ioseb  Gogolashvili Tbilisi disaster was a big test for the insurance industry in Georgia. How did it cope with it? I cannot imagine any country in the world where insurance business showed such  solidarity with the victims, and so quickly …

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Prestigious UEFA Cups To Travel Around Georgia

trophies

The coastal town of Poti in west Georgia is being given the honour to be the first host of three triumphant symbols of UEFA – the Super Cup, Champions League Cup and Europe League Cup. In celebration of the upcoming prestigious UEFA Super Cup match between FC Barcelona and FC …

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Statement by President of Turkmenistan

Statement by President of Turkmenistan

President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov made a statement during the press conference: “On our meeting Turkmenistan and Georgia once again expressed their attitude to the bilateral cooperation, which is very interesting for both countries. We have noted that there is a necessary potential to strengthen the dialogue with Georgia. As for political …

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Georgia Losing Positions on Ukrainian Tourist Market

Georgia Losing Positions on Ukrainian Tourist Market

Popularity of  holidays abroad has declined markedly among the Ukrainians. This is evidenced by the results of the survey conducted by HeadHunter Ukraine international HR portal. This applies to all countries the Ukrainians went on vacation, including Georgia. In general, according to the survey, office staff began to make plans …

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Georgia’s External Debt Reaches $ 13, 4 Billion

Georgia’s External Debt Reaches $ 13, 4 Billion

The gross external debt of Georgia as of 31 March 2015 amounted to 13.4 billion USD (29.9 billion GEL), which came to 82.8 percent of the last four quarters’ GDP. Of that total, public sector external debt was 5.1 billion USD (11.5 billion GEL) or 31.7 percent of GDP. A …

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Persepolis in Georgian: Best Selling Book in the Country

Persepolis

Persepolis is the first graphic novel to be translated into Georgian. In the book, the Iranian writer and illustrator Marjane Satrapi, uses brilliant illustations and story telling to convey her own childhood story of coming age in the Revolutionary Iran. The book has gained wide popularity, since its publication in …

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Russians’ Attitude to Caucasus Changes for Better

According to a survey conducted by the Levada Center, Russians’ attitude to the situation in the North Caucasus has changed for the better. The poll was held on June 19-22. Only 16% of the respondents agreed that spending budget money in the North Caucasus Federal District is less efficient than …

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Greece’s Hideous Choice: More Austerity or Collapse

Greece is facing a hideous choice: a third massive international bailout with strict austerity attached,or economic collapse. Greeks are preparing to vote Sunday in a referendum on whether to accept a bailout offer from Europe and the International Monetary Fund. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is urging people to reject the …

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Bloomberg: These 10 Economies Will Be the World’s Worst Performers

Ukraine, Kiev

According to forcasts of Bloomberg ecnomist, Ukraine will finish 2015 as the biggest loser in global growth. The conflict-battered eastern European nation will see its gross domestic product contract 4 percent in the fourth quarter from the same time in 2014, the worst of 47 economies polled by Bloomberg in April through …

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