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BP Regional Manager, Georgian PM Mull Shah Deniz-2 project

Gordon Birrell

Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met with BP Regional President for Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey Gordon Birrell Oct. 24, Georgia Online reported citing the prime minister’s office. During the meeting, an exchange of views was held on ongoing BP projects, which are being implemented in the region and Georgia. The …

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EBRD to Allot 6 million EUR to Georgia for Constructing Bridge with Armenia

EBRD to Allot 6 million EUR to Georgia for Constructing Bridge with Armenia

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) plans to finance modernization and reconstruction of Georgia-Armenia frontier point. The loan agreement for Bagratasheni bridge construction on Georgia-Armenia border was signed on November 23, 2012. Under the agreement, EBRD will allocate 10.3 million EUR to Armenia, while EBRD is discussing issue of …

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Azerbaijan may Export up to 700 Million MW through Georgia

Azerbaijan may Export up to 700 Million MW through Georgia

Electricity export from Azerbaijan via the Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey energy bridge may reach 700 million megawatts, said Azerbaijani Energy Minister Natig Aliyev in his article published by the official press Oct. 20. “The work on the creation of the Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey energy bridge is continuing,” noted Natig Aliyev. “The project will allow integrating …

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Azerbaijan to Join Motor Races in Georgia

Azerbaijan to join motor races in Georgia [PHOTO]

Fans of extreme, the country’s oldest off-road club “4×4 Club” will join Rain Forest Challenge in Georgia. One of the world’s top 10 toughest motor races will take in Tbilisi from October 20 to 23, Trend Life reported. National team includes Emil Guliyev, Kamran Asadov, Musa Mustafaev and prize-winner of numerous competitions Azer Bunyadzade. Race …

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Chinese Companies Submit Business Plan for Tea Industry Development in Georgia

Chinese Companies Submit Business Plan for Tea Industry Development in Georgia

Major companies of China have visited the Partnership Fund with investment proposals for tea industry restoration and development in Georgia. Chinese companies such as Beijing Jinfenghengye Agricultural Development Co., Ltd China Agricultural Science and Technology Entrepreneurship and Innovation League The International Committee will discuss availability of implementing industry-commerce and culture-tourism …

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Georgia Sets Preferential Tariff on Kazakh Cargo Transit

Georgia Sets Preferential Tariff on Kazakh Cargo Transit

Georgia, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan have reached agreement on preferential tariffs for Kazakh cargo transit in the TransCaspian corridor. The agreement was reached at the meeting of TransCaspian International Transport Route Coordination Committee in Astana. A part of Kazakh export cargo, including cereals, oil products and nonferrous metals will enjoy preferential tariffs …

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Home School Moves to New Stage of Distance Studies

Silknet

Five years ago, Silknet company introduced technologically modern cognitive project of Home School, tailored to new generation needs, and the program raised much interest in pupils, teachers and parents. Georgian language and literature, mathematics, geography, history, biology, physics, chemistry, English language – all these subjects were placed in SilkTV menu …

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How To Bring Your Friends A Present From Georgia And Not To Bore Them

In the last couple of years the words “local” and “authentic” became really viral among any kind of travelers. Avoiding tourist traps, finding own paths and making friends with the natives is getting as normal as booking all-inclusive tours 7-10 years ago. Same about souvenirs and presents. In my opinion, …

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Why Difficult to Connect Israel to Southern Gas Corridor?

Why Difficult to Connect Israel to Southern Gas Corridor?

The practicalities and specifically, the infrastructure needs of connecting Israeli gas to the Southern Gas Corridor will make it difficult to accomplish, Agnia Grigas, energy and political risks expert, non-resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, told Trend Oct.17. Earlier, Cemil Ertem, advisor to the Turkish president, said that Turkey …

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