Vice Prime Minister: International Tourists are Free to Arrive and Rest in Adjara

International tourists are able to arrive in Georgia even today by the existing flights and rest in Adjara, Georgian vice-Prime Minister Maia Tskitishvili told reporters.

COVID-19: New Challenges for Energy Companies: Interview with Rakesh Naik, CEO of Adjaristsqali Georgia LLC

At the beginning of 2020, the world faced a new challenge. COVID-19 significantly affected almost every sector of the economy and drastically changed the world’s agenda.

Health Minister: 42% of Population Shows Distrust to COVID Vaccine

42% of our citizens distrust COVID vaccines, Georgian Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze told reporters based on the Health Ministry study. The Ministry is providing active jobs to lower this figure, Tikaradze noted.

COVID Department Opens in Tbilisi Republican Hospital; State Budget Spends GEL 8 million

On January 25, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia and Health Minister Ekaterine Tikaradze visited the new COVID department at Tbilisi Republican Hospital.

Georgia To Resume Regular Flights From February 1

Regular flights will resume from February 1, said Natia Turnava, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, after the Interagency Coordination Council meeting.

US Deputy Secretary of State: Five Benefits that Georgia will Get from Clean Network Lines Membership

The US Deputy Secretary of US Keith Krach explains that by signing the memorandum on Security of 5G Networks Georgia will receive 5 major benefits.

Enguri HPP to Close on January 20 and Open in late April

Starting January 20, Enguri HPP will be closed for rehabilitating the derivation tunnel.

Georgian Airways Plans to Develop Cargo Direction

Georgian Airways plans to develop a cargo direction. As Roman Bokeria, CEO of the airline, explained to Business Partner, Airzena is already in talks with creditors and wants to introduce full cargo aircraft.

Restrictions Extended Till February 1 in Georgia

The opening of the economy has been delayed, point restrictions, as the government calls it, have been extended until 1 February.