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Multiple Charter Flights are Appointed Between Georgia and Russia

Multiple Charter Flights are Appointed Between Georgia and Russia

Multiple charter flights are appointed between Georgia and Russia. Georgian Airways and NordStar will perform flights from summer navigation season. Georgian Airways starts operating on Tbilisi-Makhachkala-Tbilisi direction from April 13. The flights will be performed twice in a week until the end of October, on every Thursday and Sunday. The …

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Ukraine’s Expert Study: Georgian Cigarette Manufacturer Swindles Clients

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The smoke of Pirveli cigarettes, manufactured by Tbilisi Tobacco company, contains excessive volume of tar, nicotine and asphyxiating gas, the report prepared by Toxicology Prevention and Chemical Safety Research Center of Health Ministry of Ukraine, reads, according to the Ukranews. “All samples of cigarettes were found with excessive volume of …

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EU Parliament Approves Ukraine Visa Waiver

People hold up Georgian (L) and Ukrainian flags during celebrations for the signing of an association agreement with the European Union in Tbilisi, Georgia, June 27, 2014. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili/File Photo

Ukrainian citizens will be exempted from EU short-stay visa requirements, after Parliament endorsed an informal deal with the Council on Thursday. Under the new law, Ukrainians who hold a biometric passport will be able to enter the EU without a visa for 90 days in any 180-day period, for tourism, …

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The Government is Preparing for Free Trade with India

The Government is Preparing for Free Trade with India

The government is preparing for Free Trade Agreement with India. Georgian Prime Minister has announced on implementation of preliminary research at the government session on Thursday, – “which will estimate all factors and potentials, which are related to the Free Trade Agreement” and should be ready in several months. Delegation …

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First Georgian Bar-Restaurant Opens in Düsseldorf

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Three Georgian friends have opened the first Georgian bar-restaurant in Düsseldorf. Kakhaber Gabelaia, Rati Tsakadze and Elene Kipiani have spent several months on projects development and unveiled Pepella restaurant two weeks ago. The first Georgian bar-restaurant in Düsseldorf will serve customers every day, except for Monday. Pepella offers about 20 …

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Why Tbilisi Should Be Your Next Destination For Food And Wine

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If you consider yourself a wine lover, you can’t have missed the growing enthusiasm in recent years around wine from the small and seemingly distant country of Georgia. Located in a part of the world known as the Caucasus, in Eurasia, it’s bordered by Russia, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and the …

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Georgia Bets on Agritourism for Scenic Tsalka Region

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Georgia’s southern Tsalka region looks forward to welcoming tourists, drawn by the area’s unique natural beauty and cultural monuments. An FAO project financed by Austria has been working with local and national authorities as Tsalka prepares to host agritourists and ecotourists. During 2016, areas for support were identified with the …

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