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Gombori Pass- Picturesque Road to Kakheti

If you don’t have problems with endless turns or drastic changes of elevation and air pressure, then Gombori road is your road of choice to Kakheti. The pass itself peaks at 1620 meters above sea level. Gombori road is spectacular any time of year. Small idyllic villages, magnificent sceneries of …

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Georgia decreases Azerbaijani gas import

Georgia imported 319,850 metric tons of natural gas in oil equivalent worth $67.4 million from Azerbaijan in January-February 2015, the Georgian National Statistics Service’s report said. Azerbaijan is the main supplier of this fuel to Georgia with a share of 66.2 percent of total import volume of the country in …

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Georgia Regional Leader in Open Government

British newspaper The Telegraph published the World Justice Project’s Open Government Index data, according to which Georgia stands out as the regional leader in Eastern Europe/Central Asia. Whether one agrees or not with this placement, it is worthwhile to look at the research provided on WPJ’s website.  WHAT IS THE WJP OPEN …

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Geostat: Georgia’s exports worth $503 million USD

The first part of the year has seen the value of Georgia’s exports and imports (External Merchandise Trade) experience a slight downward trend in comparison to 2014, claims Geostat. In January, February and March, Georgia’s External Merchandise Trade (excluding non-organised trade) amounted to $2.279 billion USD. This was a 10 …

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Telegraph: Georgian two cities among the oldest cities

Telegraph: Georgian two cities among the oldest cities

Georgian two cities have been named among Europe’s 16 oldest cities by UK newspaper The Telegraph. The Telegraph ranked Kutaisi – the largest city in western Georgia – 8th and Mtskheta – in eastern Georgia – 14th on the list. The newspaper said both of the cities were “very much …

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Transit Georgia – Potential for US Foreign Policy Success

Transit Georgia – Potential for US Foreign Policy Success

Georgia plays a growing, though little-known, role in the global economy. Strategically linked with Azerbaijan, it serves as a key element in the transportation network that connects landlocked, but resource-rich areas of Central Asia to world markets via its Black Sea ports and Turkey. Over one million barrels of oil …

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NYTimes:A Cheapskate’s Cheatsheet to Tbilisi, Georgia

New York Times journalists writes about traveling to Georgia,he mentions that Georgia is beloved to everyone with its high Caucasus mountain villages. He offers travelers different kind of tips,what to do in Georgia. and talks about how amazing their trip would be around this traditional country. Read the article below: It …

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Georgia is among 10 saddest countries with 55 index score

Georgia,unfortunately is in the list of countries with lower positive emotions,with the score 55. Analytical company Gallup  makes a survey among 143 countries. Gallup asked adults in these countries in 2014 if they had five positive experiences on the day before the survey. More than 70% of people worldwide said …

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