Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is launching regular flights to Tbilisi and Kutaisi. The first flight will take place at Tbilisi International Airport on November 6.
Georgia’s investment environment, sectors with the major and most important challenges, and their solution mechanisms
Over 100 representatives of public, private and civil society organizations attended the conference, which summarized the results of the EU-supported two-year ENPARD project “Strengthening Rural Development models in Georgia”.
Infrastructure Minister on Tskaltubo Project: Revived Resort will Bring Unprecedented Effect onto Our Region
As to infrastructural projects, the Minister talked about construction of houses for refugees and other ongoing works.
Baku-Tbilisi-Baku route will be operated by French high-speed train. According to Azerbaijani media, the Baku-Tbilisi-Baku passenger transport will be carried by Prima M4 passenger train for the first time.
The railway line connecting Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia, establishing a freight and passenger link between Europe and China, has carried 275,000 tons of freight
Wang Lei, Vice President of China Tianchen Engineering Corporation (TCC), within the frames of the Tbilisi Silk Road Forum, talked about modern energy supply trends.
Georgia’s economy is a rapidly growing economy in the region, which provides many businesses opportunities for further growth.
William Markstein, the Senior Vice President and the Chief Financial Officer of the Trammo, at the Tbilisi Silk Road Forum Panel Discussion: Invest2Succeed