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Deutsche Welle Films TV Program on Ajara

Deutsche Welle is preparing one more program about Adjara. Journalists from international media visited Ajara to film travel guide ”Meet the Local”. The main tourist attractions of Batumi, the Georgian cuisine and the Keda Wine Cellars were in the spotlight of the camera. Millions of viewers will watch the TV …

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Velvet September at Best Western Premier Batumi

After the sizzling Summer, the golden autumn has fallen, and for those who still have not received their necessary vitamin D, velvet September is ahead. Resting on seaside resorts in September is more comfortable and pleasant, because the resort is relatively empty, the beaches are relieved, the tourists return to …

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New Ecologically Clean Buses to Enter in Batumi

The bus park renewal started in Batumi. In the first phase, 15 new buses from September 1 to July will enter the city, by the end of the year, 25 buses will be added to the city. Traveling with new, blue buses will be free of charge on September 1 …

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Turkish Investments Halved in Ajara

Turkey has invested 135 million dollars in 2016 in the region of Adjara; Last year, this figure fell to 52.5 million dollars. Eka Bakhtadze, Head of Economic Development Department of Ministry of Finances and Economics  said that Turkish and in general, the reduction of investments is related to HPPs construction …

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55 Million GEL is Spent to Beach Protection Works in Batumi

The Municipal Development Fund of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia carries out beach protection works in Batumi. According to MDF, the project is implemented with financial support of Asian Development Bank and its value goes beyond 55 million GEL, BM.ge reports. According to the company, Chairman …

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Batumi to Host XIII Edition of Art-House Film Festival

XIII Batumi International Art-house Film Festival will be held in Batumi during September 16-23 September, 2018, closed film submission on 5 August. Festival organizer is “Batumi Art-house ARGANI”, official partner – Batumi City Hall. BIAFF festival management finalized the submissions to festival. The complete program will be published by 1 …

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PFI Future Plans to Invest 185 Million EUR in Ajara

Jaba Putkaradze, Minister of Finances and Economics of Ajara met with PFI Future Executive Director of major Polish company Marek Nooras and company representatives. The meeting focused on the investment potential of Adjara region and future perspectives. The Minister informed investors about investment projects in Adjara. The sides talked about …

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Batumi Green City Action Plan Introduced

The Batumi Municipality and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) jointly develop the “Green City Plan”, which will involve the EBRD Green Cities Framework Program. The project of the action plan was officially launched by Batumi Mayor Lasha Komakhidze together with the Deputy Director of EBRD Municipal Infrastructure …

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Ajara to Host International Birdwatching Festival

On September 3-8, Adjara will host the International Festival of Birdwatching. In the frames of the festival the foreign and Georgian ornithologists and volunteers from different countries will visit the region. Every day, Festival guests will be accompanied by professional experts and guides to learn about the most important areas …

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First Festival of Flying a Kite Takes Place in Batumi

Batumi will host the festival of kites on July 28-29. The festival is being held in Georgia for the first time and aims to promote sport and amateur kiting. Festival organizers, Kitedreams Georgia,  plan to make this event annual. The program will start at 12:00 on the Batumi Coast (across …

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Travel Time of Batumi-Tbilisi Shrank by 30 Minutes

Road Infrastructure Projects to Hit 4.5 billion GEL in 2018

The construction of the second section of Kobuleti bypass road was completed for the tourist season and 18 kilometer road was put into operation. The transit movement has moved on to the new road from Kobuleti seaside. The new road will increase travel time from Tbilisi to Batumi by 20-30 …

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