Economy

Statement by President Von der Leyen on the Situation in Georgia

Statement by President von der Leyen on the situation in Georgia.

US Department of Space: Georgia’s Western Trajectory at Risk

The United States condemns the Kremlin-inspired “foreign influence” legislation advanced in Georgia’s parliament earlier today and the false narrative government officials have adopted

European Commission Director General to visit Georgia

Gert Jan Koopman, will travel to Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan between 30 April and 4 May

Georgia Completes Construction of Its Longest Tunnel, Enhancing Connectivity Between Kvesheti and Kobi

A 9-kilometer tunnel, part of the Kvesheti-Kobi road project, has been completed, linking the villages of Kvesheti and Kobi.

Completion of Georgia's Longest Tunnel Marks Milestone in Kusheti-Kobi Highway Project

Tomorrow, April 23, marks the completion of the 9-kilometer Kusheti-Kobi tunnel, set to be Georgia's longest.

Georgia-Korea Investment Promotion and Protection Talks Advance in Seoul

Georgia and Korea took a significant step forward in strengthening economic cooperation with the fourth round of negotiations on a draft agreement for investment promotion and protection.

With the support of the International Visegrad Fund (IVF), a meeting was held in the city of Zugdidi within the framework of the ongoing project at the Energy Training Center of GNERC

With the support of the International Visegrad Fund (IVF), a meeting was held in the city of Zugdidi within the framework of the ongoing project

The EU Urges Georgia to Refrain from Adopting Legislation that can Compromise Georgia’s EU Path

Today, the Georgian Parliament passed the "transparency of foreign influence" law in its first reading, despite repeated calls by the European Union to retract such legislation, and despite the mass protests.

Georgian Parliament Passes Draft Law on Transparency of Foreign Influence in First Reading

The Parliament of Georgia, in its first reading, adopted the draft law "On Transparency of Foreign Influence" with 83 votes in favor.