Subway is Putting Itself Up for Sale for More than $10 Billion
One of the fast food giants, the American Subway, which also operates in Georgia based on the franchise model, may be sold for several billion dollars, the authoritative American publication writes about this.
Georgia Has New Ambassador in Australia
Prime Minister, Irakli Gharibashvili met with the newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to the Commonwealth of Australia, Beka Dvali.
8 Viber Features, About Which You Must Know
Viber is one of the popular VoIP platforms in Georgia, with a significant user base - 1.7 million monthly active users among the nation’s total population of 3.7 million. Deepen your relationships with Viber’s wide range of communication features.
Elguja Khokrishvili Emphasizes Benefits That Georgia Has Lost Due to not Being Granted EU Candidate Status
Former Georgian Ambassador to Germany Elguja Khokrishvili discusses the matters of the benefits that Georgia has lost due to the European Commission's decision not to recommend Georgia for candidate status.
Carl Hartzel Remarks on the June 20 Demonstration - Home to Europe
EU Ambassador Carl Hartzel remarked on the June 20 rally called Home to Europe.
Unprecedented Number of People Gathered on Rustaveli Avenue to Demonstrate Commitment to European Choice and Values
At the end of June, the European Union will announce its decision on Georgia's candidacy status.
Natia Loladze Becomes Vice President of The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
President of the Georgia Red Cross Society Natia Loladze has been elected Vice-President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
European Parliament Calls for EU Institutions to Work Towards Granting EU Candidate Status to Georgia
Today, on June 9, the European Parliament's joint motion for a resolution addresses violations of media freedom in Georgia and challenges to the safety of journalists.
Georgia Completes First Part of EU Membership Questionnaire
The government of Georgia completed the first part of the EU membership questionnaire, the first section of which inquires about economical and political issues.