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What’s the Future for Migration Management in the Caucasus?

Young people from Azerbaijan and Georgia work with global experts to consider challenges and opportunities. An important exchange of information between Azerbaijani and Georgian young people on the issue of migration has been taking place in the Kakheti region of Georgia, at the end of a major project that has …

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Several Tens of Stores Burnt down at Poti Fair

Conflagration on the Poti Fair territory has been neutralized, Tamaz Ubilava, head of agency for management of extraordinary situations in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region, noted. Nine firefighting teams were involved in the fire extinguishing process, including form Poti and neighboring districts, Tamaz Ubilava said. Poti Mayor Irakli Kakulia noted that a …

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Georgian Architect Awarded for Winning the Eco–Bridge Competition in Seoul

Georgian architect, who is a member of  Lithuanian team called KILD, was awarded for winning the Eco-Bridge competition. KILD proposed a structure evoking the “pictorial passage through the southern slopes of the two discontinued mountain peaks of Mt. Umyeon and Maljukgeori Parks”, which was in response to the Yangjaegogae Eco Bridge Design Competition commissioned …

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Tbilisi Residents about Disturbances from Noise

On June 28 Parliament of Georgia adopted law on noise. The law will come into force on august 15. Before August 1, the Government plans to prepare technical regulations to determine an allowed verge of decibels. In case of exceeding admissible noise level, the body will receive a warning, while …

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Role of Electronic Governance in Regional Development

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Regional governments perform multiple public tasks and act as the nearest government institutions for citizens, offer state services and fulfill functions with focus on the society. In our age, digital technologies are required for conducting regional economic activity, shaping economy, integrating regional markets into global economic systems. Today, regional development …

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Tbilisi Development General Layouts Calls for Arranging City Park Zones

Land ownership general layout determines locations for developing city parks. Merab Bolkvadze, the co-author of City Institute – Georgia plan, told Business Course that the document determines short-term, midterm and longterm measures for city parks development in the capital city. Recreation zones should be maintained and arranged in Temka, Dighomi …

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Limited Editions Prints of The Photographers at Gallery ”Fotografia”

Gallery “Fotografia” will be the first in Georgia to present the limited editions prints of the photographers based in Georgia. The goal of the gallery is to support the photographers and to continue the long tradition of photography, which will be reflected on the development of this sphere.“Fotografia” will present …

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Georgia Moves Forward to Green Development

The Climate Action is in focus of a new initiative kicked off by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF). Minister Gigla Agulashvili and Head of UNDP in Georgia, Niels Scott, signed an agreement about the …

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