Economy

Georgian Railway Expects Doubling Figures in 2022

As the Prime Minister of Georgia notes, he is happy with the economic indicators of the Georgian Railway.

The Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture Got Acquainted with the Environmental Work Carried out by RMG in Kazreti

The Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture Otar Shamugia got acquainted with the work carried out within the framework of RMG environmental program in Kazreti.

EBRD Financially Supports Construction of 4 New Power Transmission Lines in Georgia

Georgian State Electrosystem plans to construct 4 new power transmission lines.

Georgian PM Responds to the European Commission's Conclusion

Moldova and Ukraine are given the status in advance, while Georgia must first fulfill conditions first, - Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili said.

Thousands Rally in Georgia in Support of EU Membership

Thousands of people in Tbilisi have turned out to demonstrate for a closer relationship with the European Union, days after the European Commission recommended deferring Georgia’s candidacy.

European Commission: Georgia Must First Meet Certain Conditions Before Granting Candidate Status

Ukraine and Moldova have been nominated for EU candidate status by the European Commission, but Georgia must first meet specific criteria before getting candidate status.

IMF Executive Board Approves US$280 million Stand-By Arrangement for Georgia

The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today approved a US$280 million StandBy Arrangement for Georgia which provides support for the authorities’ economic policies over the next three years.

Georgia Allocates €6.5 Million for Rehabilitation of 15 Schools in Mountainous Regions

Georgia has two agreements with the Scandinavian Environment Finance Corporation, according to which a total of 6.5 million euros has been allocated for the rehabilitation of schools in mountainous regions.

Exports in January-May Grew by 36% Making Up 2 billion USD

Foreign trade has improved tremendously, and this trend continued in May as well, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili stated at today's Cabinet meeting.