Uzbekistan Increases Cargo Transportation by Georgian Railways

Uzbekistan is increasing the volume of cargo transportation through the Caspian Sea and the Georgian railway. The Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan informed Trend Agency about this.

Southwind Airlines Enters the Georgian Aviation Market

Southwind charter flights, which will be performed on August 21 and 28 and will serve passengers between Antalya and Tbilisi, are already visible in the reservation system.

Georgia Hits Exports Record in July at $540 Million

Exports in July reached a record-high indicator at 540 MLN USD. It was announced by Irakli Garibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia, at the Executive Government Meeting today.

Women's Support Program Begins in Marneuli and Lagodekhi to Build a New Greenhouse

Rural Development Agency is starting a new program, which provides financial and technical assistance to women in the municipalities of Marneuli and Lagodekhi to organize a new greenhouse.

Georgian villages on Google Maps

Over 50 rural locations are pinpointed on Georgia’s AgroMap, an interactive Google-based information system that contains vast data on agricultural businesses, service providers, training institutions, professional associations.

Share of Reinvestments Increase Dramatically in Georgia

According to Geostat data, the adjusted indicators of FDI are 7.7% higher than the preliminary data, and they are 2.1 times higher than the pandemic 2020 data.

"Medea" and "Tbilisi" Sanatoriums Sold at Auction within Tskaltubo-New Life

As a result of the auction announced within the framework of the "New Life of Tskaltubo" project, 2 facilities - sanatorium "Tbilisi" and sanatorium "Medea" were sold.

Changes Made in the Project of Arranging Central Park

Changes have been made in the project for the arrangement of the central park on the territory of the former hippodrome, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze announced at the meeting of the capital's government.

Poti-Kavkaz Train-Ferry Service Launches Soon for Armenian Freight Forwarders

According to Vahan Kerobyan, the minister of Armenia's economy, a train-ferry service will begin operating in August between the Black Sea ports of Poti in Georgia and Kavkaz in Russia.