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National Tourism Administration Launches Campaign with TripAdvisor

Georgian National Tourism Administration launched new marketing campaign on the major American travel website TripAdvisor. Information on the tourism potential of the country will be placed on the resource in the next six months. Head of the National Tourism Administration Giorgi Chogovadze and TripAdvisor’s Marketing Manager  Chad Shiver arrived in …

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TransCaspian International Transport Corridor (TMTM) Efficiency Discussed in Kiev

On April 11 chiefs of railway administrations of Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Georgia – Kanat Alpisbaev, Voitsekh Balchun, Javid Gurbanov and Mamuka Bakhtadze met with Vladimer Groissman, Prime Minister of Ukraine. At the meeting the parties discussed efficiency of TransCaspian International Transportation Route (TMTM). The parties stressed the TMTM importance …

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Georgia To Spend 10 Billion on Infrastructural Projects

Almost 10 billion GEL will be spent on infrastructural projects in the next 3-4 years, and it is a very important process in our country’s physical transformation, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili commented on the expected launch of 2,500 infrastructural projects presented yesterday under the spatial planning reform component. According …

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Tbilisi hosted UNWTO Euro-Asian Mountain Resorts Conference

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The 3rd World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Euro-Asian Mountain Resorts Conference was held in Tbilisi, Georgia on 4-7 April, under the patronage of the Ministries of Tourism and of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia. More than 300 participants from 32 countries gathered for the Opening the event, Prime Minister of …

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Georgian Airways Launches Direct Flights To Paris

Georgian Airways will launch another direct flight to Paris, starting from the summer season. Head of the company told business course, airlines will perform that two flights per week. “From the summer season we wish to launch flights, however we are working on this and are carrying out negotiations,” says …

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Georgia: Pearl of the Great Caucasus

“Few people are familiar with the rich and unique culture of Georgia as an independent country,”writes Shangai daily. Geographically, Georgia is in the heart of Caucasus mountain range and its high mountains with many peaks have developed into vacation resorts for skiing called Gudauri and Bakuriani. The highest point in …

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5 Reasons to Explore the Mountains of Georgia – VOGUE

The mountains of Georgia may not have the cachet of the Alps or Aspen, but there are plenty of reasons to make the journey to the Caucasus Mountains, especially when they’re blanketed in snow. Georgia’s natural beauty—vineyards, seaside, mountains, forests—remained hidden behind the Iron Curtain for much of the 20th …

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Standard & Poor’s Positively Estimates Starting Data of 2017 for Georgia

Standard & Poor’s Positively Estimates Starting Data of 2017 for Georgia

Standard & Poor’s positively estimates Q1, 2017 for Georgia.vDeputy Finance Minister has met analysts of International Rating Company. Nikoloz Gagua talked about the reforms and achieved economic growth of 4.8% through January-February.  Standard &Poor’s has assigned a credit rating of “BB-” level, the forecast “stable” and it will be reviewed …

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Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Georgians Will Learn to Create Drones with the EU’s Assitnace

Drone project began in Georgia, Armenia, Moldova and Belarus. Accoridng to the portal Digital Report, the project is carried out within the Eastern Partnership of the EU. European specalists will teach thier colleagues new technologies and creation of unmanned aerial vehicles. The project is for 3 years, a total of …

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