Daily Archives: September 14, 2015

New US Ambassador Greets Georgia (Video)

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Ian Kelly new ambassador to Georgia, releases a warm greeting video addressing people of Georgia and saying he visited Georgia in 1976 in soviet times. Diplomat Ian Kelly is due to begin his new role as US Ambassador to Georgia on Wednesday, September 16. He will replace outgoing Ambassador Richard …

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Batumi Socar Hosted Reception of Eliso Bolkvadze’s Music Festival

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Batumi “SOCAR” Office held reception for Eliso Bokvadze music festival. Among the honored guests were globally well known Azerbaijan pianist Perhad Badalbeili, also UNESCO Artist for Peace, pianist Eliso Bolkvadze and others. Supreme Council Avtandil Beridze and the Mayor of Batumi Giorgi Ermakov also attended the ceremony. Perhad Badalbeili talked with CBW …

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Georgian Film Awarded at Spanish Film Festival

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Georgian short film has collected four awards at the Bueu International Short Film Festival in Spain on Saturday, adding to its awards gained at various international contests over the past three years. Dinola, a short fiction directed by Mariam Khatchvani, won the Spanish festival’s runner-up award as well as prizes for …

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#GeorgiaChina: 13 Things Georgian PM Did in China Last Week

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China seems to be the next big thing for Georgia. Yesterday the Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has completed his 5-day visit to China for the World Economic Forum in Dalian.While in China, the Georgian PM did quite a bit of impressive things that might have slipped your attention if …

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Global Alliance Expert Talks About Importance of Investing in Healthcare

franck droin Global Alliance expert

For medical control of the health cost developments! Progress in medicine, increasing life expectancy, aspiration of each individual for living in good health as long as possible are the principal factors of the increase in the health expenses in most countries of the planet. Proposing a high-quality health system to …

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Minister: In France, Grapes are Cheaper than in Georgia

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According to  Sozar Subari, Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees, in France, which produces the highest quality wine in the world, grapes are cheaper than in Georgia. In his words,  the current price of grapes cannot be considered bad, especially compared to European. “It …

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The Poor Class to Increase By 10-12% In Georgia

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The GEL devaluation and a rise in prices on products, electricity and other services are shaking the solvency of Georgia’s citizens. If prices keep rising and the inflation rate hits 10%, the quantity of impoverished people in Georgia will increase extremely. In such case 10-12% of the middle class will …

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