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Georgian Airways Surpasses Turkish Airlines

Georgian and Turkish national airlines are leaders on Georgian aviation market in terms of passenger turnover. According to January-June indicators, Georgian Airways and Turkish Airlines hold 12%-12% ratios on the market. According to Civil Aviation Agency, in January-June Georgian Airways handled 247 485 passengers, while Turkish Airlines transported 246 021 …

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Cirkopolis: Cirque Éloize Comes To Tbilisi

With Cirkopolis, Cirque Éloize takes their breathtaking blend of circus arts, theater, and dance to a highly-stylized metropolis setting, where twelve acrobats and multidisciplinary artists rebel against monotony, reinvent themselves and challenge the limits of the factory-city as only they can. Cirque Éloize will perform at Tbilisi International theater festival …

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25 Mines of Tkibuli to Shut Down from Today

Tkibuli mines are closed until the investigation is over. Four other people died in Tkibuli at Mindeli’s mine today. According to the Director of Imereti, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti Police Department Besik Amiranashvili, the mines will be closed today. “First of all, I want to express my deep sorrow regarding …

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Electronic Music Festival SUMMER SET is Back with New Challenges

The first single-day presentation series of Summer Set Festival will be held in Tbilisi on July 27th 2018 with headliners Cigarettes After Sex, WhoMadeWho and Koreless. The next Summer Set, however, will be held in Gudauri in 2019. Gudauri Summer Set 2019’s philosophy is a combination of high mountains experience, …

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Tchuberi Disaster Covering up Massive Tree Cutting

Nenskra HPP Construction Works Did not Cause Natural Disaster in Svaneti. As a result of landslip and heavy rains on July 5 the river Nenskra overflew the banks and seized several villages, flooded Tchuberi and residential houses, demolished bridges and part of the motorway. Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze has named …

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Mikheil Batiashvili: We should Make Accent on European Standards in Education Field

Candidate Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports says that all reforms that he will carry out will be oriented on international standards. “We will make accent on international standards. In terms of authorization-accreditation of universities, we should make orientation on European standards. Despite difficulties, protracted process and huge energy, …

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Shuakhevi to Host International Off-road Festival July 17-22

Shuakhevi will host the 12th International Off-Road Festival on July 17-22. With the support of Shuakhevi City Hall, organized by the Georgian Off-road Federation and Ajara Off-road Federation, festival will be held in Chirukhi mountain. There are already crews from different countries to take part in an unprecedented OFF-road/motor event. …

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Registration of Taxi Drivers to Become Mandatory

The taxi drivers will be required to take the registration permit and place the taxi yellow sign on the car will be mandatory. In order to obtain a permit, the physical person must fill the application with electronic form. “Once it’s confirmed the permit fee is- 50 GEL for hybrid …

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Giorgi Kobulia Appointed As Minister of Economy of Georgia

Prime Minister of Georgia named Giorgi Kobulia as the candidate of Minister of Economy of Georgia. George was a senior partner in McKinsey’s Moscow office and a leader of our Oil & Gas Practice in eastern Europe. He served clients in the oil and gas, mining, and metallurgy sectors, where …

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