Georgia

Discover Diverse Food Scene in Tbilisi - List of International Restaurants

Once you have your fill of the local Georgian food, you will find lots of restaurants that serve international cuisine in Tbilisi, whether you want to gorge on Thai curry or enjoy the pastry at a Turkish restaurant. 

All Georgian University Diplomas to be Recognized in the EU

Every diploma issued by Georgian universities will be recognized and valid in the European Union, Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze stated in his speech at today's event.

Reviving Tea Culture in Georgia

More than twenty Georgian tea producers took part in the first edition of a local Tea Festival, hosted by the city of Ozurgeti on 5 May 2019.

Public Discussions on Water Management in Georgia to be held

On 13-16 May, the European Union Water Initiative Plus project for the Eastern Partnership (EUWI+) will organize local public dialogue sessions together with the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia.

Number of Emigrants from Georgia Reached 100 000 in 2018

According to National Statistic office of Georgia, In 2018 the number of emigrants was 98 935 persons increasing by 15.8 percent compared to the previous year.

Georgia Sees a Decline in the Population

The current population of Georgia is 3 723 thousand, as of January 1, 2019, that is  0.2 % less compared to the previous year. It’s worth mentioning that in 2018 the country saw positive natural growth (4 614) and negative migration balance (-10 783).

Future Agro Challenge to Take Place in Georgia

Future Agro Challenge is the largest global initiative that discovers fundable food, agtech, agrotourism and agriculture innovators and agripreneurs from around the world.

International Jazz Day - How Jazz Music got Popular in Georgia

 In the history of jazz in Georgia, we can consider the 1930s when the first orchestras appeared, and despite the style, almost all of them were connected to jazz.

United Nations Agencies Present Annual Progress Report for Georgia

Strategy review highlights 2018 results and 2019 priorities for Government validation