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Tbilisi to Host Wine and Alcohol Spirits 11th International Fair

WinExpo Georgia will host the 11th International Wine and Spirits fair on June 14-16. WinExpo is the only trade exhibition in Georgia focusing on wine, alcoholic beverages and services related to these sectors. According to the organizers, additional events will be held in parallel with traditional trade exhibition. “One of the …

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French Jazz Guitar Prodigy Tom Ibarra To Perform in Tbilisi

Tbilisi Rhythm Festival

As winner of this year’s “LetterOne ‘RISING STARS’ Jazz Award”, the French jazz guitar prodigy Tom Ibarra will be opening Tbilisi Rhythm Festival on June 12. Born in October 1999, Tom began playing guitar at the age of 6 and was influenced by artists including Miles Davis, Pat Metheny, Weather …

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Tbilisi to host Welcome Challenge International Forum for Tourism Industry

Tbilisi will host tourism industry innovation annual international forum – Welcome Challenge. The large-scale event will be held on October 23-26, with the support of National Tourism Administration. The forum combines the best innovative initiatives of the industry, leading industry experts and large international corporations and financial companies, who are …

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Restoration of Old Sanatoriums in Tskaltubo Begins

Within the framework of the Tskaltubo resort development project, restoration of old sanatoriums begins. Executive director of “Partnership Fund” Davit Saganelidze said at “Imedi” that the preparatory works have already begun. According to Saganelidze,  refugees living in sanatoriums will be provided with other residences. The exact cost of the project …

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Levan Koberidze – Indicator of Job Place Growth is Optimistic

Levan Koberidze, a member of the parliamentary majority, says that the job index published by Geostat is optimistic. “It’s quite optimistic and positive. All this is correctly figured for economic and fiscal reforms and promised 4-point plan in the pre-election period. We are confident that we will soon achieve the …

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