Georgia Changed its Migration Policy

Georgia’s Parliament has adopted a law providing for changes in the rules for issuing residence permits to foreign nationals - both short-term and investment, as well as D-5 visas.

Chacha's Export Have Increased by 61% From Georgia

According to the National Wine Agency of Georgia, From January to May the amount of export has reached 10.7 Million bottles. The incomes rose to $23 Million, which is 67 percent of growth.

Tbilisi City Hall to Rehabilitate Vake Park 

Tbilisi City Hall plans to rehabilitate the Vake Park. To this end the city hall has already announced tender for procurement of pre-design research works, functional zoning works and dendrology design works.

Bassiani, a Techno Club in Tbilisi is a Sound of Protest, Where Party is Political

The New York Times wrote an article about Bassiani, Techno Club, which demonstrates the protest of minority about drug decriminalization and L.G.B.T.Q rights. 

Culinary School to Open in Gurjaani

The culinary school will be constructed in Gurjaani starting in the second half of the year. 

Anita Rachvelishvili is Selected Among Top 10 singers From The Metropolitan Opera’s 18-19 Season

As Opera Wires writes, Anita Rachvelishvili took on several important roles through the season.

Uzbekistan Airways will Perform Direct Flights to Tbilisi

The aviation authorities have successfully completed negotiation about direct flights to Tbilisi from Tashkent.

"And Then We Danced" is Sold Around The World

Georgian film "And Then We Danced" is directed by Swedish filmmaker Levan Akin, which has sold to key international territories such as Spain, Japan, and Mexico. 

Organic Melon Grown in Village Tsaishi

For the first time, the organic melon culture was grown in the village of Tsaishi, Samegrelo Region.