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Daily Archives: June 12, 2018

Driving Time from Tbilisi to Sarpi to Decline to 4-4.5 Hours

Driving Time from Tbilisi to Sarpi will be reduced to 4-4.5ours, Road Department chairman Irakli Karseladze said. After completion of Rikoti Pass construction-reconstruction works the driving velocity will increase to 100% from 80%. The Rikoti project will be implemented in 2018-2012. Rikoti Pass designing process has been finished. Consequently, negotiations …

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Avto Namicheishvili and Eka Shavgulidze Leave Liberty Consumer

Changes take place at supervisory board of Liberty Consumer. By decision of Georgian Capital, the majority stakeholder of the company, Avtandil Namicheishvili and Eka Shavgulidze have left the board. The mentioned persons were replaced by Levan Dadiani and Zurab Nemsadze. Daviani has occupied the position of a chairman of the …

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Georgian Whisky Jimsher Takes 2nd Place of Best World Whiskey

Georgian whisky “Jimsher” take the second place at the best whiskey competition in the world. ”Jimsher Saperavi Barry” was the key to success at the International Whiskey Competition in the US, in the nomination BEST WORLD WHISKY. “Another award and another Georgian name beyond the boundaries”, – official Facebook page …

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Georgian IT Companies to Attend Major Conference in London

On June 12-14, with the support of Enterprise Georgia agency of Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and Innovation and Technology Agency, eight Georgian IT companies will attend Startup Grind London global conference. This international event is one of the biggest forums in this field. More than 100 IT startuper …

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ETF and Council of Europe Hosted the ‘Shaping Level 5’ Conference

To help explore best-practice, challenges, opportunities and policy actions the European Training Foundation (ETF) together with the Council of Europe, both working on qualifications reform in the EU neighbourhood, hosted the ‘Shaping Level 5’ conference in Turin, 7-8 June. The two-day workshop provided a forum for participants from all countries …

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UNICEF: Children Still Remain the Most Vulnerable Group in Georgia’s Society

Welfare Monitoring Study is a biennial household survey covering all the government-controlled regions of Georgia. The results for the 2017 round examined the prevalence and distribution of consumption poverty, material deprivation, subjective poverty and social exclusion. “Children still remain the most vulnerable group in Georgia’s society,” said Laila Omar Gad, …

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Season Opened at Nunisi Balneological Resort

 Nunisi Balneo-climatic resort is located in the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park. The medical and recreational complex Nunisi Forest Hotel & SPA is located in the middle of the forest, where visitors are only connected by ropeway. As the administration of complex told bm.ge, the season opened on the resort on May …

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Le Méridien Opens Hotel in Batumi in 2019

Various commercial spaces are sold in Batumi Tower. Redco company representatives told BM.Ge that top-class residential apartments will be also included in the complex. Since the high-rise building could not satisfy due security norms, the adjacent building will assume functions of Le Méridien top-standard hotel, while staff residential sector will …

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