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Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is hosting Georgia-Homeland of Wine, an exhibition celebrating Georgian viniculture and history. Today, the exposition was officially opened by Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze together with Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture Levan Davitashvili. The exhibition, with its concept drawing on showcasing Georgia’s millennia-old viniculture, brings together unique archeological artefacts …

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On March 23, the series of events “Tbilisi Street Market” begins. The goal of the project is to promote entrepreneurship development, helping entrepreneurs to realize productivity and increase awareness. “Tbilisi Street market” will be held on Rustaveli Avenue, on the opposite side of Georgian National Museum. To participate, entrepreneurs and artists must register. The project is …

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Gomarduli ski resort development will be resumed in Adjara Autonomous Republic. As reported, for 6 years the resort had been seized. Gomarduli resort director Jemal Darchidze told the Commersant that by the Prime Minister’s resolution and with the support of Adjara government, 1.5 million GEL debt was written off from the company in January 2019 …

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“Bolnisi” was added to the list of the Georgian appellation wines. Until now there were registered 19 names of Georgian appellation wines: “Khvanchkara”, “Mukuzani”, “Tsinandali”, “Akhasheni”, “Gurjaani”, “Kindzmarauli”, “Manavi”, “Kakheti”, “Napareuli”, “Teliani”, “Ateni”, “Sviri”, “Vazisubani”, “Kardenakhi”, “Tibaani”, “Tvishi”, “Kvareli”, “Kotekhi” and “Khashmi Saperavi”.  This decision indicates the diversity of Georgian wine and its varietal richness, …

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Vienna, Rome, Prague are the top three in demand directions from Georgia’s Kutaisi International Airport in February 2019, announces United Airports of Georgia. After these three cities comes Athens and Memmingen. In total Kutaisi Airport served 617,342 passengers in 2018, which is a 52.5% increase year-on-year. United Airports of Georgia reports that 95% of Kutaisi …

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All Boeing 737-8 MAX and 737-9 MAX aircraft operations are temporary prohibited in Georgian airspace in order to assure safety for passengers and flights, announces the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency (GCAA). Aviation regulators around the globe, including in Georgia, are grounding Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft following Sunday’s deadly plane crash in Ethiopia.   GCAA is …

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According to the recent report published by the National Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat), the value of Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) has gone up to 1.23 million USD, which is 35% decrease compared to 2017. Moreover, the indicator is the lowest in last five years.  The decrease is connected to fewer investments from Georgia’s largest investor countries. …

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