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Forbes Names Tbilisi as the Most Exciting City of the Year

”Tbilisi is having a moment,”-says Forbes journalist. ”It’s obvious from the moment you mention to just about anyone that you’re heading to Georgia. And surprisingly, more and more people are in the know enough to ask – the state or the country? But what exactly is it about this tiny …

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PM: European School Project is for Democratic Progress and Prosperity

“The European School for the Eastern Partnership is an innovation not only in Georgia but the wider region,” Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said in his speech at the opening ceremony of the European School for the Eastern Partnership. The opening of the European School was attended by Georgian Prime …

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Mikheil Batiashvili: Education Direction Needs System Upgrade

Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport Mikheil Batiashvili told the media that education direction requires significant changes and system upgrades to ensure complete recovery. According to the minister, in September the Ministry will provide information about important news. Regarding the reform, there will be a detailed presentation and plan …

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Negotiations on Visa Liberalization with Japan Started

Mamuka Bakhtadze

In the foreseeable future, negotiations on the bilateral investment agreement will be finalized to enable us to attract more high-tech investments from Japan. In addition, negotiations on visa liberalization with Japan have already started, which will advance Georgia-Japan relations onto a qualitatively new level. I would like to express my …

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Eastern Partnership European School Opens in Tbilisi

New Eastern Partnership European School, officially opened. The school constitutes a major deliverable of the Eastern Partnership initiative following the November 2017 Summit. Today, Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze held a meeting with Commissioner Johannes Hahn for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy. The meeting emphasized the importance of opening the European …

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International Music Festival BATUMI MUSICFEST started in Batumi

Batumi International Music Festival hosts BATUMI MUSICFEST. Head of National Tourism Administration Giorgi Chogovadze and UNESCO Peace Artist, famous Georgian pianist Eliso Bolkvadze talked about the festival details at the press conference. The BATUMI MUSICFEST is under UNESCO’s high patronage. Guests will be able to listen to the winner of …

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Business Week Summary

Caucasus Business Week sums up the main events of last week. Extended Meeting was Held Between Chancellor of Germany and Prime Minister of Georgia Angela Merkel discussed German investment possibilities in Georgia. While we learned from Thomas Bareiss that Deutsche Bahn is interested in cooperation with Georgia.     JSC …

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The Most Demanded Universities of the Year in Georgia

According to the final results of the unified national exams, 27 906 entrants became students in 2018, which means that about 70% entrants passed exams for higher education. Tbilisi State Univesity takes first place in the ranking of the most demanding non-proficient universities as the first choice. The Tbilisi State University …

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Michel Sogny to Give Masterclass within Batumi MusicFest

One of the Batumi MusicFest exclusivity is the master classes with a French professor and an author of a revolutionary Piano Method – Michel Sogny. Masterclasses will be held from 6th to 12th of September 2018 at Batumi Music School (D. Tavdadebuli Str. N5). Michel Sogny’s Piano Method is based …

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