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EU Assists Georgia with Disaster Preparedness Programme

The European Union’s Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO) recently held a two-day workshop in Georgia to discuss lessons learned following the implementation of the Disaster Preparedness programme across the Southern Caucasus over the past 12 months. Since June 2016, six partner organisations of ECHO’s Disaster Preparedness programme have …

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Ferrero: Georgia has Huge Potential for Hazelnut Production

Georgia has huge potential for hazelnut production, Ferrero representative told Business Course. Ferrero Hazelnut Company manager Alessandro Boccardo noted that ratio of hazelnut on Georgian marked accounts for 4% and the output from one hectare may hit 2.5 tons. “Filbert in Georgia grows on 50 000-60 000 hectares. According to our estimations, …

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Ilia Eloshvili about KazTransGas: We will Try to Reach Agreement

We will take every efforts to reach an agreement between the parties. Otherwise, we will have to move to arbitration space, Deputy Energy Minister Ilia Eloshvili told reporters regarding KazTransGas. “Certainly, we will hold meetings. The best solution will be to achieve agreement without interference of arbitration instance and court. …

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Good Harvest of Wheat is Expected in Kakheti Despite of Heavy Rains

Good Harvest of Wheat is Expected in Kakheti Despite of Heavy Rains

The season of wheat harvesting begins in Kakheti. Harvesting of the first crop of wheat is already begun in Sighnaghi region, village Milari. Reaping will start in Dedoplistskaro in two weeks. Farmer Zurab Tetvadze declared to GBC that grain crops have not been destroyed in the region despite the frequent …

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Brand History – CAMPA

CAMPA, natural juices manufacturing company, was founded in 2008. The company introduced its first product on Georgian market in December 2009. The company produces natural juices and nectars of top quality raw materials without food additives. The company products are rich of natural vitamins. Initially, the company was producing only …

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Zip Line Narikala to Open in Tbilisi Botanical Garden

On the 23rd of June, extreme tourist attraction -Zipline Narikala will be launched in Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Zip-Line consists of a pulley, suspended on a cable usually made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope. Visitors will have an opportunity to look at a botanical garden from above and land on the …

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Georgian Stock Exchange to Sell Shares of Wind Power Stations

Georgian Stock Exchange will sell shares of wind power stations. Any citizen and investor will be able to participate in public offers and buy shares of Kartli wind power station, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said. “We have decided to make a public offer on Georgian Stock Exchange (GSE) and …

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Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi Signs MoU with Georgian University

Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with Grigol Robakidze University in Tbilisi, Georgia, which aims to foster exchanges between the UAE, France, and Georgia in the field of higher education. The MoU is part of Paris-Sorbonne’s commitment to expand the French higher education system on …

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Tbilisi Unites Azerbaijani, Georgian Sculptors

A unique exhibition has opened in Tbilisi, bringing together artists of two neighboring nations – Azerbaijan and Georgia. The exhibition displays the works of famous sculptors Omar Eldarov and Merab Merabishvili at the Georgian National Museum, Trend Life reported. The event is co-organized by the Association “Cultural dialogue XXI” and Georgian Cultural Fund …

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