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Tbilisi Street Market for Small Entrepreneurs Starts Tomorrow

On November 3, the series of events “Tbilisi Street Market” begins. The goal of the project is to promote entrepreneurship development, helping entrepreneurs to realize productivity and increase awareness. “Tbilisi Street market” will be held on Rustaveli Avenue, on the opposite side of Georgian National Museum. To participate, entrepreneurs must …

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Georgia to Campaign NAME Film for OSCAR and Golden Globe Awards

Georgia will launch campaigns for OSCAR and Golden Globe Awards. As reported, Georgian film NAME directed by Zaza Khalvashi will be nominated in the category of the best foreign-language film for Oscar and Golden Globe awards. The film was selected by a special commission. In several days Georgian representatives will …

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Second Round of Presidential Elections to be held on December 2

The second round of elections will be held on December 2, – Chairwoman of the Central Election Commission Tamar Zhvania said at the briefing today. According to Zhvania, the final results of the elections will be published within 20 days, after which the second round will be held in 2 …

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3641 Georgian Emigrants Take Part in the 2018 Presidential Elections

3641 Georgian Emigrants Take Part in the 2018 Presidential Elections

A total of 3641 emigrants from Georgia have taken part in the October 28 elections, at polling stations in foreign countries. A total of 1656 emigrants voted for Grigol Vashadze. Salome Zurabishvili ranks second with 989 votes and David Bakradze is third with 292 votes. At this stage, Central Election …

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Schools from Eastern Neighbourhood Awarded European Quality Label 2018

The EU-funded eTwinning Plus project has announced the schools awarded the European Quality Label 2018. A total of 1,204 projects received the Quality Label for their outstanding work. This number also includes schools and teachers from four Eastern Neighbourhood countries: Armenia, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. A detailed …

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Free University is Among World Bank’s Annual Report

The World Bank Annual Report – The Changing Nature of Work begins with the Free University. Free University is Georgia’s only high educational institution that is included in the report and referred to as a globally successful organization. Quote from the report: The World Bank is an international financial organization …

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Georgian Contemporary Film Festival to be Held in Washington

Georgian Contemporary Film Festival will be held in Washington on November 13-16. The Embassy of Georgia to the United States, Georgian National Film Center, Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia, George Washington University, John Hopkins University and Georgetown University jointly represent the festival. For a week, Washington …

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Preliminary Results of the 2018 Presidential Elections

Preliminary Results of the 2018 Presidential Elections

By 10 o’clock of October 29 the Central Election Commission of Georgia (CEC) has counted votes in 3689 polling stations, under which 38.66% voted for Salome Zurabishvili and 37.7% voted for Grigol Vashadze, candidate form the United National Movement. According to the preliminary information of CEC, 614 964 citizens voted …

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Georgia To elect New President in its Last Direct Elections

Over 3,600 polling stations opened at 8am on October 28 for Georgia’s presidential elections. There are 3,518,877 voters eligible to cast ballot in the elections, according to the Central Election Commission. CEC said it will launch vote tabulation at 8pm, after polling stations are closed, and final vote tallies will be uploaded …

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Winemaking and Viticulture University to be Built in Gurjaani

Winemaking and Viticulture University will be built in Gurjaani. According to Gurjaani majoritarian MP Davit Songhulashvili, the university includes wine laboratory, small wine production and student dormitory. “This will be an international university, which means that both Georgian and foreign students will study here and there will be a lot …

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