Daily Archives: September 4, 2015

Happy 34th Birthday Beyonce!


Beyoncé is turning 34 years-old today, September 4! The “711” singer is one of the most celebrated and revered artists of all time, and she only continues to get better year after year. From her Destiny’s Child days, to her days reigning the world as Queen Bey, Beyoncé is #1. …

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State Budget Revenue Increased

Nodar Khaduri

Between January and August 2015, Georgia’s state budget enjoyed 823 million GEL extra income than the same period of last year, announced the country’s Finance Minister while outlining the country’s budget achievements at today’s Government meeting. Minister Nodar Khaduri said state budget revenues totalled 6.3 billion GEL (6,304,000,000), which was …

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Georgian honey to Be Exported to Europe in 2016

Georgian Honey

Georgian honey has a high chance of making an impression in Europe and becoming Georgia’s leading exported products alongside wine, hazelnuts and blueberry. After today’s Government meeting Agriculture Minister Otar Danelia said from February 2016 Georgian honey will be exported to European countries. Georgian honey will have a special Georgian …

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Truvox International to Hold Masterclass at Clean World

clean world Truvox

Truvox International – a leading supplier of commercial and industrial floorcare machines will hold the masterclass at Clean World September 8. Company will visit our studying center of company and will hold the masterclass, which will last one day. Export Manager for Europe of Truvox company, Max Chupis, will show …

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Tonight Dinamo Arena Will Host the Euro 2016 Championship

Scotland Team

In this regard, THE here is list of Georgian players in Scotland  prepared by daily record and their reactions to tonight’s game. Early 2000s saw some of Georgian football’s top stars arrive to play for Scottish clubs in the top-flight. Shota Arveladze – Rangers, 2001-2005 A player held in very …

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China is Ready for a Visa Free Travel Regime: Yue Bin

yue bin

  China is ready for a visa free travel regime with Georgia. We wish this and if Georgia is also interested in this issue we might start negotiations,” Chinese Ambassador to Georgia Yue Bin told local Rezonansi newspaper.  The Ambassador emphasized that more than 100 million Chinese tourists traveled abroad …

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Saudi King to Meet with Obama Amid Gulf Concerns Over Iran Deal

Saudi King Salman will meet with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington on Friday to seek more support in countering Iran, as the Obama administration aims to use the visit to shore up relations after a period of tensions. The visit is the king’s first to the United States since …

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Iran to Set up a Wind Farm in Azerbaijan

Wind Farm Iran

MAPNA Group, which is a group of Iranian companies involved in construction and installation of energy production machinery, including boilers, gas and steam turbines, electrical generators, as well as industrial scale petroleum processing installations, railway locomotives and wind power, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Azerbaijani government …

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Mtskheta – Where UNESCO Meets the World’s Best Beans

Georgian cuisine, salobie

MTSKHETA, Georgia, located 20 kilometers north of Tbilisi, might be as famous among locals for its velvety, red beans as for its stunning UNESCO World Heritage monuments. One of Georgia’s oldest cities, and the former capital of the Kingdom of Iberia (from 300 BCE), Mtskheta is home to the country’s …

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