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Anti-hail Nets Arranged in Karaleti

Farmer Giorgi Khojevanishvili has arranged anti-hail nets to protect apple gardens in the village of Karaleti on 3.5 hectares. The farmer obtained 35 900 GEL financial support as part of Agribusiness support Program. Tornike Kapandze, grant projects manager of Agriculture Ministry project management agency, noted that Agribusiness Support Program calls …

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Matasi Sulakauri Becomes Leo Burnett Moscow Senior Art Director

Global advertising network – Leo Burnett Worldwide has branch offices in 84 countries. It launched in Moscow, in 1995 and has been named as a most effective and stable creative agency for several times. It has plenty international awards and customers like: McDonald’s, Leroy Merlin, P&G, S7 Airlines, UBER, Samsung,etc. Matasi …

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Steam Power Plants Apply to GNERC for Tariff Correction

Steam power plants have applied to Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) for determination of new tariffs. The application was submitted by LLC Gpower, LLC Georgian International Energy corporation, LLC Mtkvari Energy and LLC Gardabani Steam Power Plant. The mentioned companies demand for recalculation of electricity generation …

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Number of Foreign Students in Georgia is Increasing

In the current academic year, 8 012 foreign students study in Georgia. Compared to the 2015-2016 academic year the number of foreign students has increased in Georgia, last year 6 643 foreign students were identified. According to the Statistics Service, there are 3611 foreign students at  bachelor’s degree in Georgia …

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Supporting Strategic Change in Civil Service of Georgia

Over 20 representatives of the Administration of Government of Georgia (AoG), Civil Service Bureau (CSB) and eight ministries took part in the training exercise on August 1-3, 2017, designed to help the Government of Georgia implement organizational changes, known as Change Management, needed for successful reforms in civil service. The …

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Georgian Movie Scary Mother Wins at Locarno Film Festival

Talented Georgian filmmaker Ana Urushadze was awarded first prize with her debut feature film Scary Mother  in the Filmmakers of the Present section at the 70th Locarno Festival. A Georgian-Estonian co-production Scary Mother was featured at the Concorso Cineasti del presente competition section of the festival. The award ceremony was held on August 12. Movie …

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Small Contingent Schools will be Built in Villages this Year

 Minister of Education and Science, Aleksandre Jejelava stated, that small Contingent Schools will be Built in Villages this Year. Construction will take from 3 to 5 months . ”For the first time this year, we are going to build small schools with new technologies. The construction of 13 schools has …

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Campaign to Restore Borjomi Forest Prolongs

On August 8, at 20:00, a summary of Aghadgine (restore) campaign was held in the yard of the Georgian National Museum. The attendees were introduced a report of the work and planted trees within project. Representatives of the companies who contributed to the restoration of the burning forest of Borjomi …

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Katie Melua is the Winner of Berlin Music Video Awards

Animation “Perfect World” became the best animation video at Berlin Music Video Awards, official webpage announces. Beautifully animated adventure Perfect World by Karni and Saul’  tells about how the couple brought sugar to life, as they take us inside their Casual Fantasy style of filmmaking in which they deftly utilise elements such as texture, …

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