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Memorandum Signed Between Georgian Railway and Chinese Lianyungang port

Today a memorandum was signed between the Georgian Railway and China’s “Lianyungang ” port. The document was signed by General Director of Georgian Railway Davit Peradze and President of Lianyungang Port Chu Siangiang. Memorandum covers exchange of information on cargoes between the parties, from China to Georgia, as well as …

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South Caucasus’ Opens its First Plant of Aircraft Composite Parts

High-technology plant of aircraft composite parts (ATC) opened today. Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Partnership Fund’s executive director David Saganelidze, Elbit Systems Cyclone representative Ran Kril and Israeli Ambassador in Georgia Shabtai Tsur delivered speeches at the inauguration ceremony. Representatives of Government of Georgia, parliament, local self-governments, diplomatic corps …

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TBC Bank Held Agriforum about Fishing

TBC Bank’s agriforums continue in the regions and shifting from Kakheti to Shida Kartli with different topic. This time, Forum was held in Gori. Amateur farmers and individuals engaged in agriculture had the opportunity to get familiar with the latest information about fish care and breeding and get comprehensive answers …

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Top Five Least Known Georgian Cheeses

Georgia has ancient culture of producing delicious cheese dating back 8,000 years. We have chosen the top-five least known types of cheese. Dambalkhacho Dambalkhacho is a unique Georgian type of cheese. The tradition of making Dambalkhacho is spread around the mountainous regions of the country. Today it is made in …

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The Second International Competition of Qvevri Wine was Held

With the organization of Association “Georgian Wine” and support of the National Wine Agency, the Second International Competition of Qvevri Wine was held in Tbilisi. The competition is aimed to identification and popularization of the best Qvevri wines, increase of awareness of Qvevri wines produced in different countries and support …

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Passengers will be able to take BTK Train from 2019

Passengers will be able to use the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars rail line from 2019 according to the head of Azerbaijan Railway, Javed Gurbanov. He said passenger operations will start once the railway receives its order of Stadler trains. ”I met with Stadler representatives, they clarified that trains will be ready by the …

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Assessing Progress in Implementing Small Businesses Reform

On 7 June, the Public-Private Working Group on the Small Business Act (SBA) for Europe will meet in the Georgian capital Tbilisi. The event will bring together stakeholders in small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) policy: from representatives of the Georgian Government and relevant agencies to members of academia, the private …

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Why Not Gallery Presents Credit by Hanna Black and Zura Tsopurashvili

The Why Not Gallery is glad to present CREDIT. Credit group show comprised of the video Credits by Hannah Black and the photo print Old by Zura Tsopurashvili. The exhibition explores living conditions in the age of capitalism and some core anxieties that this system bore. In the video Credits the audience becomes the artist and observes themselves …

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Tree Planting Counters Landslides and Erosion in Kazbegi

Over 1000 trees were planted on the mountain slopes near the village Karkucha in Kazbegi municipality to restore degraded land and reduce the risks associated with recurrent landslides. The tree planting and reinforcement works were implemented by the ecological farming association “Sema” with assistance from the Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) …

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