The Georgian Agro Business Association (GABA) reveals current challenges in the agricultural sector and stresses that radical changes are required in the field.
TAP pipeline will grow Georgia’s geopolitical role for Europe.
Georgia’s hazelnuts exports from August 1 to November amounted to 10,179 tons worth $53.8 million. According to the Agriculture Ministry, the exports in the reporting period rose by 39% (up 2,853 tons) year on year.
David Partsvania: Despite the Pandemic, Construction of Schools and Vocational Colleges is going Smoothly, the 2020 Budget will be Used 100%
Interview with David Partsvania, Director of the LEPL Educational and Scientific Infrastructure Development Agency.
The Anaklia Development Consortium (ADC) today issued the following statement in advance of the 17-18 November visit to Georgia by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo:
The Georgian government plans to introduce the fourth component of the economic assistance package, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia noted at the November 12 meeting of the Government’s interdepartmental coordination board.
Along with the development of green architecture and approaches in the world, which implies not only one specific discipline, but also a unified approach and philosophy to life and the environment, Georgia does not lag behind.