Home / 2016 / February / 17 (page 2)

Daily Archives: February 17, 2016

Lasha Papashvili Reports Concerning the Meeting with PM

Lasha Papashvili Reports Concerning the Meeting with Georgian PM

The founder of the “REDIX” company – Lasha Papashvili, makes report after the yesterday’s meeting with Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili. According to him, rather important business issues were discussed during the meeting. As the businessman noted, those important issues discussed were about real estate and juridical system mainly. According to him, …

Read More »

Georgia Can Supply Electricity to Iran

Electricity, Iran

Georgia can supply electricity surplus to Iran in spring and summer through Armenia and get it back in winter, when consumption increases in the country, Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said, Sputnik International news agency reported. Kaladze went on an official visit to Iran on Feb. 16. Issues of cooperation …

Read More »

Azerbaijan Increases Gas Supply to Georgia

Gas supply

Azerbaijan maximally increased daily gas supply to Georgia from Shah Deniz field, Mahir Mammadov, the head of SOCAR Energy Georgia, told news agency. “Before, seasonal deliveries varied from 1.5 million to 2.8 million cubic meters of gas per day, but now the upper limit increased up to 3.2 million cubic …

Read More »

New Flights from Kutaisi, Georgia European Cities for €39.99

Wizz Air

Wizz Air plans to unveil its first base in the Region. The airline will launch seven new flights to the European directions: Berlin, Larnaka, Sofia, Milan and Dortmund (two flights a week). The airline will perform three flights per week to Saloniki. The Wizz Air airline carries out flights to …

Read More »

Chirakadze: Estonian Model Should Apply to Banks As Well

Business will discuss important issues with the Premier, – President of Business Association Giorgi Chirakadze declared before the meeting with the Prime Minister, noting that businessmen plan to hear the Premier’s point of view concerning certain problematic issues for them. “We plan to speak about these issues, risks, challenges with …

Read More »

Andrey Kuzma: Georgian Market will See no Shortage of Medications

Humanity-Georgia pharmaceutical company has completed the process of signing cooperation agreements with the leading pharmaceutical networks and, starting tomorrow, Georgian consumers will be able to buy cordial medicines at affordable prices at all major pharmacy networks. In the near future, other groups of medications will be also supplied the pharmacy …

Read More »