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Mobile Dispensary Should be Placed in Batumi Boulevard

Mobile Dispensary Should be Placed in Batumi Boulevard

Special medical mobile groups will work in old boulevard at Batumi beach during the summer season. According to Ministry of Healthcare, mobile dispensary with the appropriate equipment has been housed at the seaside park, near the beach. Doctors will give first aids to any person if necessary. Everyone will have the …

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Tourism’s Total Contribution to GDP Growing in Georgia


According to the Prime-Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili, in 2015 the share of tourism in Georgia’s GDP has grown in comparison with 2014, although the growth potential of this sector is still large. “Over the past 5 months we have seen a record increase in the number of tourists and …

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EC vice-president: Southern Gas Corridor Can Be Easily Expanded

Maros Sefcovic

The Southern Gas Corridor is a key project, which is meant to bring gas all the way from the Caspian Sea into the European market, and remarkable progress has been seen on its implementation, Energy Union Vice-President Maros Sefcovic said at the BDEW Congress 2016 in Berlin. Sevcovic’s speech was …

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Petrol Quality to Meet EURO Five Standards in 2017 in Georgia


The Government of Georgia has started developing air quality improvement policy package for establishing efficient mechanisms. New legislative regulations have been already developed. As a result, the petrol quality will meet the EURO 5 standards in 2017. A new system of modeling the  air quality evaluation is being also developed. …

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Georgia Starts Here: Website Shows Best of Georgia


GeorgiaStartsHere is a platform dedicated to Georgia which brings together Georgian natives who are enthusiastic to share everything about their country with travelers from around the world. They write about real experience and real people in a brief, smart, and casual manner. Who they are and what they do? “We are a …

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Global Economic Prospects: Europe and Central Asia


The slump in oil prices is increasing pressure on key oil exporters, including Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Russia. Recent data point to continued weakness across much of the region. Exchange rates have come under pressure, and in some countries, non-performing loans have ticked upwards or remain at elevated levels. High inflation …

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Georgia Has Potential to Use Clean Energy Sources for Energy Safety


Georgia possesses due potential to apply clean energy sources to ensure its energy safety. “Georgia is rich of water resources and the Georgian power sector mainly uses hydro resources. At the same time, Georgia owns resources to use other sources of clean energy, including bio-thermal and biomass energy resources to …

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Georgia to Finish Construction of Main Transportation Arteries in 2020


The Government of Georgia plans to complete main transportation arteries by the end of 2020, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili noted at the ceremony of unveiling a new 7-kilometer  section of the Agara-Zemo Osiauri 12 kilometer highway. Under the European standards a 4-line concrete highway is being constructed with two …

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