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EU to Support Economic Development in Gory Municipality of Georgia

The Gory municipality of Georgia will benefit from a new project launched this week within the EU-supported Mayors for Economic Growth (M4EG) initiative. The 28-month long project will aim to make improvements to tourism infrastructure and support the restoration of parks and exhibition halls in the city center, as well …

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Andro Barnovi: In Service of Wine and Country

Andro Barnovi: In Service of Wine and Country

Drive west of Tbilisi for about an hour on the backroad to Gori and you will find yourself in the heart of the Shida Kartli wine region. It is an awesome expanse of plains, rolling hills, jagged ridges and hidden valleys that provide a myriad of terroirs that grow some …

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Investors Want to Build Wind Power Plants in Zestaponi

Investors Want to Build Wind Power Plants in Zestaponi

Who will build wind power plant in Zestaponi, should be named on February 27. According to Energy Development Fund, three investors expressed desire to build the power plant. Their tender proposals are being discussed. A contract will be signed with the winner on March 6. Feasibility studies are already carried …

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Gori Wind Power Station Generates 700 000 kw/h Electricity in 2 Weeks

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Gori wind power station has generated 700 000 kw/h electricity for 2 weeks, from November 15 to November 30. The December generation has not been calculated yet, Tornike Kazarashvili, head of board of directors of Kartli Wind Power Station company, told the Business Contract news agency. Currently, the wind power …

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FAO Against Brucellosis

FAO against Brucellosis

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the National Food Agency of the Ministry of Agriculture with EU support conducted trainings, working meetings, practical activities and presentations against brucellosis in five different regions of Georgia last month. Brucellosis is a chronic infectious disease affecting many species …

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