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Georgia Planning to Build About 100 New Hydro Power Plants

Georgia is planning to build 91 new small hydro power plants, said the country’s energy ministry. Among those planned the Khaishi Hydro Power Plant, the Tobari Hydro Power Plant and the Pari Hydro Power Plant, as well as a cascade of hydro power plants on the Tskhenistskali River are the largest …

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International Children’s Day: June 1st

International Children’s Day 2015 marks the 90th global celebration of the rights and well-being of children around the world. It is a day dedicated to not only celebrating, but also appreciating, the role children play in the future of all communities around the world. Celebrating children, while internationally recognized almost …

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Two Years of the Dream: Georgian Foreign Policy During the Transition

Two Years of the Dream: Georgian Foreign Policy During the Transition

Read below an analytical letter of S. Neil MacFarlane (Chatham House), that refers to Georgia and its government, over the past two years. Georgia has been an accidental beneficiary of events outside its control – notably Russia’s preoccupation with Ukraine. But this may not last, writes S. Neil MacFarlane. Since …

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First-Ever Europe-Bet WPT National Georgia To Begin On Saturday

Georgia’s first-ever World Poker Tour National (WPTN) live poker event will kick off on Saturday, May 30, at the Europe Bet Poker Room in the country’s capital, Tbilisi. Set to attract many of poker’s top names from Eastern Europe, the event marks the first step in a recently announced partnership …

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Georgia Decreases Import of Construction Materials From Azerbaijan

Georgia Decreases Import of Construction Materials From Azerbaijan

In January-April 2015, the total value of import of construction materials produced by Azerbaijan to Georgia almost halved, said the report on foreign trade of Gruzstat (National Statistical Service of Georgia) for the first four months of 2015. Around 21,970 metric tons of plaster and other anhydrites worth $3.13 million …

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Spotlight 2015 Marks Third Time For the Event in Tbilisi

spotlight 2015

On May 24th, Tbilisi paid host to Spotlight 2015. The project took place for the third time under the initiative of Marketer.ge, which is the largest-scale marketing event in the region. 14 Speakers and 420 delegates took part in it. Speakers had 13 minutes to share their knowledge and experience with …

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Georgia Welcomes Olympic Flame

Georgia welcomes Olympic flame

The Olympic flame for the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) has landed in Georgia’s seaside city Batumi ahead of the Tbilisi 2015 torch relay after being flown from Athens, Greece. Dozens of torch bearers and Georgian athletes were the first to welcome the Olympic flame to Georgia at a …

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Abkhazia and Samachablo are Georgia: World Supports Georgia

Abkhazia and Samachablo are Georgia: World Supports Georgia

“Georgian Project” a non-governmental organization with the aim of increasing awareness of social, economic and environmental issues in Georgia makes a Photo Challenge called #WorldSupportsGeorgia. Participants of this challenge are people around the globe. The project was organized to celebrate Georgia’s Independence Day. “We wanted to once again remind everyone …

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U20 Georgian National Rugby Team Wins World Rugby Trophy

U20 Georgian National Rugby Team Wins World Rugby Trophy

Georgia have been crowned champions after the side won the 2015 World Rugby Under 20 Trophy for the first time in the Georgian rugby history. The junior Lelos defeated Canada 49:24 in today’s final in Lisbon, Portugal. Almost every time the Georgians touched the ground, they scored a try this evening. …

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Georgia is the Oldest Wine Producing Country in the World

Georgia is the Oldest Wine Producing Country in the World

Archeologists are hard at work sifting through the dirt at a dig in Imiri, south-eastern Georgia. The scientists believe that the site contains artefacts that could once and for all prove that Georgia is the oldest wine producing country in the world. Eight thousand years ago, during the neolithic era, …

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Georgia is Fighting to Become European – Nina Sublatti

“Today I am proud. I can feel Georgia’s heartbeat and the entire country’s support. We definitely deserve this support, because today Georgians are fighting to become free. They are fighting to become European. For me, this [competition] is akin to building a bridge between Georgia and Europe. I am very proud today …

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