Prime Minister visits Kutaisi International Airport’s new terminal in active phase of construction

On July 1, Georgia will be ready to welcome international visitors. Consequently, high safety standards are actively adopted by the country's airports to rise to pandemic-related challenges-

10 Largest Investor Companies in Georgia

According to preliminary data, the volume of foreign direct investment in Georgia in the first quarter of 2020 amounted to USD 165.4 million, which is 41.7 percent less than the preliminary data for the first quarter of 2019.

Amount of Individuals Who Lost Their Jobs to Receive The Compensation So Far - Statistics

As of June 9th, 66,685 people have already received 300 GEL compensation from 127 472 self-employed recipients registered on the website of the Ministry of Healthcare.

Government Cuts Salaries by 57 million GEL

Salaries in the public sector will be cut by 57 million GEL, the 2020 bailout budget bill reads. Under the document, the 2020 salaries in the public sector will amount to 1.839 billion GEL.

Tbilisi Will Add 300 New Minibuses

“300 new minibuses will enter Tbilisi,” the Mayor of Tbilisi Kakha Kaladze stated at today’s meeting at Tbilisi City Hall.

TAV Georgia Served 680 Flights During COVID-19 Pandemic

Tbilisi and Batumi International Airports have served 680 flights under emergency conditions.

Details of 3.4-billion GEL Bailout Plan Budget

Deputy Finance Minster of Georgia Giorgi Kakauridze has analyzed details of the bailout plan budget.

Government Set Rule for Indexing Pensions

The government has set a rule for indexing pensions.

Economy Minister: Agara Sugar Plant will Replace Imports by 50%

On June 9 Economy Minister Natia Turnava and Agriculture Minister Levan Davitashvili visited the village of Agara, where Agara Sugar complex was inaugurated. Agara Sugar will replace sugar exports by 50%, Natia Turnava noted.