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Georgian Film Selected for European Film Awards

Georgian film Sashishi Deda (Scary Mother), directed by Ana Urushadze and produced Lasha Khalvashi & Tinatin Kajrishvili selected for European Film Awards. In the 20 countries with the most EFA Members, these members have voted one national film directly into the selection list. To complete the list, a Selection Committee consisting …

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Authorization board Denied International Black Sea University the right to Receive Students This Year

The authorization board has denied the International Black Sea University the right of receiving new contingent of students for one year period, Administration of University announced. “Starting from 2018, the authorization process begun with new standards applied in higher educational institutions operating in Georgia. On April 24-27, the International Black Sea …

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Autumn in Tbilisi- Musical Festival to Start on September 7

Tbilisi will become a city of music in Autumn. Music festival “Autumn in Tbilisi” will start from August 7 and last until October 15. The organizers of the 26-year festival promise special program. “We have a very special program this year, many anniversary dates – ensemble” Rustavi “is 50 years …

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Ti Bot has Special Offer for The Chemical Brothers Fans

TBC’s Ti Bot launched a special promotion for The Chemical Brothers’ fans. Those who will benefit from T-Bot’s offer before September 1, will be able to buy The Chemical Brothers concert tickets at a 44% discount. It’s very simple, the user needs to text Ti Bot on Facebook Messenger about …

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World Bank to Assist Government of Georgia in Education Sector Reformation

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Georgian Minister of Education Mikheil Batiashvili and Deputy Education Minister Irina Abuladze have discussed key directions of reforms in the education sector at the meeting with World Bank regional director Mercy Tembson. The Education Minister stressed the WB contribution to the development of Georgia and expressed hopes that the World …

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Georgia Nominates New Governors For Seven Regions

Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia nominated new Governors for regions of the country. Shalva Kereselidze will be appointed as Governor of Mtskheta-Mtianeti region. As noted by the Prime Minister, nominee was born in Dusheti and knows the specifics and problems of the region. “He has a vast experience in …

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Hailstorm Damaged Vineyards and other Farmlands in Georgia’s Kakheti Region

A heavy hailstorm hit Kakheti’s capital Telavi and Akhmeta municipality, which is in the heartland of Georgia’s main winemaking region.  Heavy rain and hail damaged vineyards and other  farmlands. “Everything that could only be destroyed was destroyed. In total during this year, the hails have destroyed approximately 200 hectares of …

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Georgia Hosts United Nation’s WiSci Girls STEAM Camp For the First Time

Georgia’s Tech Park hosts WiSci Girls STEAM Camp, a global leadership development initiative positioning girls to be leaders in the movement for gender equality. With resources in five languages and more than 2,200 Girl Up Clubs in over 100 countries, Camp has trained 40,000 girls of all backgrounds to create tangible change …

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