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Russia Considering Visa-Free System With Georgia

As stated by Grigoriy Karasin, Russian State Secretary and Deputy Foreign Minister, “we do not exclude the possibility of a visa-free regime with Georgia.” Karasin noted that last year, Russia had dramatically reduced the strain of visa requirements for Georgian citizens. This was done through allowing private invitations by Russian citizens. However, Karasin noted …

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Kiev will Become a Meeting Place for Developers from Eastern Europe and Asia with International Investors

Ukrainian Real Estate Club together with its European partner EuropaProperty.com will hold a top real estate event on investment opportunities and market situation in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Belarus and Moldova – The EEA Forum and Project Awards.  Today, the region’s markets are interesting for international investors. Firstly, investor can join the project almost …

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Georgian Frida Kahlo Look-Alike Transforming Georgian Fashion

Irma Sharikadze is the Georgian Frida Kahlo look-alike who, with her brightly colored outfit, stood out amidst the black and gray costumes of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi. Apart from a look-alike, Sharikadze is a designer, photographer, and an artist. In her daily ensembles, she involves a mix of colorful hues and …

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Georgian Wine Exports Rose by 37% Year on Year

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Demand for Georgian wines grows on exports markets. According to Agriculture Ministry statistics, in January-October 2016 Georgia exported 38 392 510 bottles to 50 countries (0.75 liter), up 37% compared to the same period of 2015. Wine exports made up 88.3 million USD, up 14% year on year. Exports increased …

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“DAR CAPITAL” Opened a New Factory in Ajara

“DAR CAPITAL” opened a new factory in frame of the program “Produce in Georgia”. The factory will produce cement; tin-plate roofs, nails, wires, water and canalization pipes, windows and doors and etc. Investor has received 4 million GEL in the frame of state program and built a factory on 7695 …

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CiDA Funds Eco-Migrant Women to Haul Samtatskaro Out of Despair

In 1986, disaster struck Adjara- the Southwest region of Georgia lying on the coast of the Black Sea. Savage landslides and floods devoured the homes and livelihoods of Adjarians, forcing thousands to abandon the region and disperse to various parts of Georgia. These regions included the villages of Samtatskaro and …

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Clean World Attends ISSA/INTERCLEAN International Exhibition in Chicago

On October 25-28 a delegation of Clean World Company attended ISSA/INTERCLEAN NORTH AMERICA international exhibition in Chicago, State of Illinois, the USA. ISSA/INTERCLEAN is an international network that unites cleaning specialists and companies specialized in cleaning field. These companies hold annual world exhibition where modern equipment, chemical things, hygienic products, …

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IMF Names 3 Reasons for Not Completing the Survey

IMF names 3 reasons for not completing the survey. As the Fund constant representative, Francois Painchaud declared, one of the reasons for this is a law about National Bank, as well as budget deficit and common projects of the state and private sector. “Recently, we finished the survey in December, …

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