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Baku Waits for 7th UNAOC Global Forum

Baku Waits for 7th UNAOC Global Forum

This spring, Baku will host the highest-profile event of the UN Alliance of Civilizations – 7th Global Forum, aiming to explore new ways of promoting cross-cultural dialogue and understanding and to spark new partnerships and commitments. The prestigious Forum, previously hosted by Madrid, Istanbul, Rio, Doha, Vienna and Bali, is …

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Armenia is Able to Ensure the Transit of Iranian Gas to Georgia

Armenia is Able to Ensure the Transit of Iranian Gas to Georgia

Armenia is able to ensure the transit of Iranian gas to Georgia, states Armenia Energy Minister due to the fact that there is no decisions on Iran-Georgia gas transit yet. Armenia’s Energy Minister Yervand Zakharyan stated the aforementioned in the parliament today, responding to the question of Lyudmila Sargsyan. According to him, the …

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GQ Russia Names Kakha Kaladze Among 50 Most Stylish Foreigners in 2016

Georgia’s energy minister and former A.C Milan Football player Kakha Kaladze listed 6th, among top 50 stylish foreigners by famous publishing GQ Russian edition. Kakha Kaladze is the only political figure on the list which involves Hollywood personalities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, David Beckham, Justin Timberlake and etc. Kaladze ranked …

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Minister: Armenia-Georgia Agrarian Relations Have Developed With Dynamism

Minister: Armenia-Georgia Agrarian Relations Have Developed With Dynamism

Minister of Agriculture Sergo Karapetyan on Wednesday received Georgian Ambassador Tengiz Sharmanashvili, who is completing his diplomatic mission in Armenia. The Ministry of Agriculture informed Armenian News-NEWS.am that Karapetyan said Armenian-Georgian relations have developed with dynamism during Sharmanashvili’s tenure, especially in the agrarian sector. “Georgia is one of our closest …

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Gia Zhorzholiani: “What Hurts?” to Bolster Health System Reformation

The social initiative of “What hurts” is a joint project of the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Protection of Georgia and Global Alliance consulting group. The social survey results will be envisioned in the healthcare system reformation process. The parliament majority member Gia Zhorzholiani has commented on this social …

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Natakhtari to Allocate 150 000 GEL Bonus Budget to National Rugby Team

Natakhtari rugby

Georgian national rugby team and Natakhtari company concluded a sponsorship agreement yesterday, under which the Georgian National Rugby Union will receive 1 million GEL from the company for 4 years. This agreement has extended the 8-year cooperation between Natakhtari and the Georgian Rugby Union for additional 4 years. Moreover, under …

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Around 8000 Families Will Get Natural Gas in Georgia

Omalo Georgia

Almost 8,000 families living in rural Georgia will get natural gas for the first time. 20 million GEL will be allocated from the state budget for the purpose of gasification of more than 60 villages in 21 municipalities – Prime Minister noted prior to the Cabinet session. Prime Minister noted that …

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Making The Magical Butter-Filled Cheese Bread That’s Better Than Pizza

Acharuli Khachapuri

Cheese, butter, bread and egg, the four simple components used to make one of the world’s most delicious, totally guilt-free dishes: adjaruli khachapuri. It’s a dish common to the city’s Georgian restaurants, many of which are clustered in neighborhoods including Brighton Beach and Sheepshead Bay. But there’s an outpost of …

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Georgia to Produce Swiss Cheese

swiss-cheese

Another milk processing plant to open in Tsalka region. According to owner of the factory Ruslan Khutsishvili construction of plant is due to finish and will be equipped in the near future, with the newest technologies. He says that they plan to export cheese in Germany and Austria, according to …

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Mineral Water “Gundauri” Returns Back on the Market

Mineral Water “Gundauri” Returns on the Market

After a few years of pause the mineral water “Gundauri” returns back on the Georgian market. Based on the information provided by the Radio Commersant, the company representatives stated that due to the some difficulties the company had in the past, the production was ceased. However, in the current year, the enterprise …

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Gazprom Announces New Gas Supply Route under Black Sea

Russian energy giant Gazprom has said it signed a memorandum with Italy’s Edison SpA and Greece’s DEPA SA on gas deliveries. In a press statement, it has explained that according to the memorandum of understanding signed in Rome, gas will be delivered under the Black Sea “via third countries” to …

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