PM: Georgia Aims to be a Hub for Renewable Energy
Georgia aims to become a hub of renewable energy generation and transit, - the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili writes about this in the social network "Twitter".
Tbilisi Central Park Project Takes Another 3 Years to Complete
Irakli Khmaladze, the Vice-Mayor of Tbilisi, stated on Wednesday that the Tbilisi Central Park project is likely to take an additional 2-3 years to finish.
EBRD Allocates €55.6 Million to Modernize Tbilisi Metro
Georgia has secured € 55.6 million from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for the renovation of Tbilisi Metro stations. The Tbilisi Transport Company will undertake the reconstruction work.
Vakhtang Tsintsadze: Volume of Exports In December Set a Record
As compared to all other months, December's export volume of 555 million dollars set a record, according to Vakhtang Tsintsadze, deputy minister of economy.
Irakli Karkashadze Appointed as a Director of Georgian Airports Association
The new director Irakli Karkashadze will head Georgian Airports Association. He has extensive experience and professional education in the field of civil aviation.
Khidureli: Indorama Corporation Plans to Make Significant Investments in Georgia
According to him, by introducing one of the leaders of world-scale chemical production to the Georgian market, the agency exceeded all the indicators outlined in the strategy.
Levan Davitashvili: Trade Rurnover Exceeded $1 Billion Between Georgia and Armenia
According to him, quite significant dynamics are also recorded in the direction of transport, logistics and shipments, where more than 30% of cargo turnover is between countries.
Entrepreneur Develops Georgian Food Tourism with Support from EU, Sweden, and Austria
When Nanuli Chelidze went to the bank to get credit for expanding her guesthouse in Ushguli, she only brought one thing – the notebook filled with reviews from tourists.
Registration of Beekeepers Becomes Mandatory in 2023
From this year, the registration of beekeepers has become mandatory, in particular, the movement of bee families, buying and selling, and product sales are prohibited without registration.