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Metro Line to Connect Samgori to Tbilisi Airport


Metro line which will connect Samgori to Tbilisi airport will be constructed in the near future. Tbilisi city hall is planning to add metro lines but it is not certain yet when it is going to happen. One more direction for an extra metro line may connect Didube to Digomi. …

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Ellinair Has Performed its First Direct Flight


On June 16, Ellinair has performed its first direct flight on the route Crete (Heraklion) – Tbilisi- Crete. Flights will be performed for summer season every Friday, by Boeing 737 type aircrafts. Ellin Air is operating at Tbilisi International Airport and performs direct flights towards Thessaloniki since 2015. About TAV …

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Tbilisi: What to do on a Weekend Break to Georgia’s Capital

Tbilisi: What to do on a Weekend Break to Georgia's Capital

This under-the-radar Caucasus jewel just got more accessible – here’s how to make the most of every minute there. Why go now With an old town of elegantly dilapidated wooden balcony houses, an alternative arts scene bubbling away in stylish cafes, and inhabitants who like browsing antiquarian bookstores as much as toasting …

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Qartli Wind Farm Produced 3 Million kWh More Energy than Predicted

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Qartli Wind Farm estimation has been completed and it will be exhibited on the electronic auction in the nearest future. Auditing company BDO has already issued the estimation of Qartli Wind Farm, forbes Georgia reports. Georgian Energy Development Fund explained that official document has already been presented to the government. …

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ASB Conducts Earthquake Drill at Aisi Day Care Center


In the framework of “We are ready” campaign for “Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR)”program, Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB), together with Emergency Management Agency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs will conduct earthquake drill at Aisi Day Care Center for Children and Youth with disabilities. There are 60 beneficiaries and 20 staff …

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Shattering Myths about Women in Georgian Political Parties

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Artificial barriers and societal misconceptions are the main reasons for women to be less active in Georgian political parties, concludes the research unveiled by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on June, 13, 2017.  The research examines the obstacles faced by Georgian women while striving for a political career and …

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First Time in History: Georgian Wins NBA Championship

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The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers to regain the NBA Championship with a 4-1 series win. The Warriors secured a 129-120 victory on Monday to take their second title in three seasons and cap a near-perfect run through the play-offs. Golden State beat Cleveland in the 2015 Finals …

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EU-Georgia Mobility Partnership Moves Towards Better Dialogue and Monitoring

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The first meeting of the EU-Georgia Mobility Partnership Local Cooperation Platform took place on 9 June 2017 in Tbilisi. Representatives of EU Institutions, EU Member States, Georgian authorities and international organisations discussed the mechanisms for dialogue and for monitoring projects under the Joint Declaration on a Mobility Partnership between the …

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