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Georgia-Swiss Free Trade Agreement to Come into Effect on May 1

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The free trade agreement between Georgia and Switzerland will come into force on May 1. The information was published on the web portal of Government of Switzerland. Switzerland has finished procedures, which was necessary for putting EFTA (European Free Trade Association) agreement into action. According to Government of Switzerland, the …

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Updated Google Maps Includes Georgian Language

Google Maps learns 39 new languages, including Georgian. “Fourteen years ago, Google Maps looked a lot different, and it was only in English. Fast forward to today, and now more than 1 billion people use Google Maps to discover new places, find the best driving, biking, and walking routes, and …

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100 Resilient Cities – Tbilisi Forum

ASB

On March 28, Tbilisi Municipality City Hall together with The Emergency Management Agency and Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) with financial support of Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations DIPECHO IV Project We are ready! Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Education for a Culture of Safety, organized 100 Resilient Cities …

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Stalinist Architectural Buildings: Report by Colliers International Georgia

Colliers International Georgia continues to publish short reports about residential projects across Georgia, today’s spotlight is Stalinist Architectural Buildings.  Stalinist Building Project Construction period: 1930-1955 Number of floors: 2 – 6 (with exception of 10) Construction material: mainly brick Ceiling height: 3, 2-4, 3 m. Elevator: none Façade: luxurious In …

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First Craft Beer Space Opens in Georgia

Craft beer

On March 28, the first craft beer space opened in Tbilisi – 9 MTA. Georgian craft beer “9 MTA” is a unique product and it is made by hand. “9 MTA” was specially developed for Georgian consumers in Norway. Norway’s number one craft brewing specialist has taken part in preparing …

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Tourism Center of Tskaltubo takes care of resort development

Tourism Center of Tskaltubo plans to organize a number of events this year to increase Tskaltubo’s awareness and attract tourists. The Center is planning to organize info-tours for Georgian and foreign tour operators; The conference about the awareness of water healing and its active use in medical treatment will be …

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Natakhtari Became a Licensed Producer of Staropramen Beer

Staroprameen Beer

Natakhtari Brewery organized a presentation of Staropramen, Global Czech Brand. A brewing tour was offered to guests. After the information tour Cuneyt Arat, CEO of Natakhtari Company, Tomas Pernitsky, Ambassador of Czech Republic, Nino Beneta, Director of Molson & Coors for Eastern Europe, Exports and Licensed Brands and Nikoloz Khundzakishvili, …

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Liberty Bank Joined Information Campaign on Visa-free Travel – Europe is Home

On October 9, 2017, Visa Free Regional Information Campaign “Europe is home” started with the organization NGO “Cida”. Campaign partners and supporters are: European Union, Open Society Foundations, Civil Society Regional Network (R-CSN), Office of State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Information Center on NATO and EU and Liberty …

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100th Anniversary of the Democratic Republic of Georgia

As you know, this year marks the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the Democratic Republic of Georgia, and it is a great holiday to be celebrated by the whole country. ”We plan a large-scale program to be implemented in Georgia’s regions and different countries, with the participation of all …

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One Year into Visa Liberalization

March 28, marks one year after the enactment of visa waiver. It is a great achievement of our country, a result of steps taken by the Government, of course, but also a result of our population’s European choice. This is why we are all proud, of course. Georgia has succeeded …

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