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Mtatsminda Park Hosted International Festival of Tea and Honey

Mtatsminda Park Hosted International Festival of Tea and Honey

Mtatsminda Park hosted the International Festival of tea and honey, where was introduced unique types of tea and honey. More than 20 local and importer companies and representatives from different countries took part in the Festival. “Within the Festival we can see the annual progress in this area, new companies …

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Driving Time from Tbilisi to Batumi to Shrink by 20-30 Minutes

Construction of the second section of the Kobuleti bypass road will be finished in the near future. The new road will be unveiled before the tourism season opens in summer 2018. The road will decrease the driving time from Tbilisi to Batumi by 20-30 minutes. A 18-km section was built …

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The Greek airline ‎Ellinair will resume flight on the Georgian air market.

The Greek airline ELLINAIR will operate regular flights to Tbilisi. A result of successful completion of negotiations between Georgian Airports Unions and Greek Airline ELLINAIR, regular flights will resume from May from Tbilisi International Airport to Thessaloniki and Crete Island. AIRBUS 320 and BOEING 737 airplanes will operate once a …

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TBC to start Monthly Start up Sessions

TBC project Startups and Fabrika will jointly deliver monthly sessions for startupers from April 29th. The project will give an incredible opportunity to them to listen to business people experience and share their knowledge. Zviad Tsikolia is said to be the first speaker and the topic will be You, the …

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Wizz Air Starts The Construction of a New Training Centre

Wizz Air Starts The Construction of a New Training Centre

Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines and the leading low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced that it will open a new training centre by the end of 2018. The new facility will feature 2 new state-of-the-art Full Flight Simulators, one Fixed Base Simulator as well …

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Ferroalloy Manufacturing Plant to Open in Kutaisi

In Kutaisi, with the Chinese investment ($3 million), ferroalloy manufacturing plant is going to be built that will produce silicon. The plant will be located in the industrial zone of Hualing and start operating in a few months. “The construction of the enterprise has been completed. Currently, the technical work …

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Armenia’s Prime Minister Resigns Amid Large-scale Protests

Armenia

Serzh Sargsyan, who ruled Armenia for 10 years, resigned Monday as prime minister after thousands of people poured into the streets to protest his political maneuvering to cling to power in this former Soviet republic. The stunning development touched off jubilation in the capital, Yerevan, with car horns blaring and …

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BP Builds 8 Offshore Platforms in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is the most important and priority direction for business in the BP global portfolio, Bakhtiyar Aslanbayli, vice president for Communications, External Affairs, Strategy & Region at BP Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey, said. He was speaking at the 3rd SOCAR International Caspian and Central Asia Downstream Forum on Trading, Logistics, Refining and Petrochemicals …

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