Walking in Circles: Closing

Time for the final push. This last section, more than any others, was one which I knew really well, but only by vehicle...

Accelerating Georgia's Transition to a Circular Economy. Part I

The article discusses the key principles and conditions required for an accelerated transition...

Sustainability & Corporate Citizenship as a Priority

As the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are felt throughout the world...

The Balance of Strength in the Black Sea Region & Georgia’s Current Challenges. Part II

The lack of balance along the Alliance’s eastern flank could be corrected in several ways...

EU to Allocate 3.5 bln Euros for Infrastructure Projects in Georgia

The European Union plans to allocate 13 billion Euros in the Eastern Partnership countries...

Kutaisi Airport among Leaders for Passenger Flow Increase

The figures published by the Airports Council International Europe (ACI Europe) demonstrate that ...

Jvari Monastery Re-Opens in Mtskheta

A sixth-century Georgian Orthodox Jvari Monastery near Mtskheta has been opened ...

Georgian H1N1 Death Toll now at 17

A total of 17 people have died from the so-called swine flu in Georgia...

Weekly Entrepreneurial News by Entrepreneur Georgia

Following four years of success, the family business ‘Gepherrini,’ a Georgian brand offering...

Georgia Celebrates National Flag Day

The National Flag Day is celebrated in Georgia on January 14. The State Council of Heraldry...

Irakli Kobakhidze to Pay Official Visit to France

The Parliament Speaker of Georgia Irakli Kobakhidze will pay an official visit to France...

Foreign Ministry: No Georgians Reported among Injured in Paris Explosion

No information regarding injuries of Georgian citizens have been received ...

Tbilisi Metro Celebrates 53rd Birthday

The Tbilisi Metro celebrates its 53rd year since opening on 11 January 1966. The Tbilisi Metro was the first...

Georgia-Abkhazia ‘Border’ Closed Due to the Spread of Swine Flu

There is an accelerated spread of viral infections across Georgia, the most dangerous of them being H1N1 ...