Georgia: The World’s Co-Working Hub

While Georgia’s current liberal immigration framework may require some fixing...

Results of EU, CoE Projects in Georgia 2015 - 2018 Presented

6 November, the Council of Europe and the Delegation of the European Union presented results of their joint projects in Georgia from 2015 - 2018...

Georgia’s Democracy: From Guns to Dreams & Roses. What’s Next?

The results of the first round of Georgia’s 2018 presidential elections are being discussed everywhere...

Sector at a Glance: The Georgian Sheep Market

Back in 2015, the Georgian sheep market was in the spotlight due to the increased demand...

Georgia’s President Helped Rescue Pregnant Woman

President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili jumped out of his car to help rescue a pregnant woman stuck in an overturned car...

Two Persons Detained for Crude Oil Theft from Baku-Supsa Pipeline

The Investigation Service of the Ministry of Finance arrested two men for stealing a large amount of crude oil from Baku-Supsa pipeline...

Georgia’s Azeri Community Celebrates Novruz

Georgia’s minority Azeri community is celebrating the arrival of spring...

Fire Breaks Out at Georgia’s Main Cathedral

A fire broke out on the first floor of Georgia’s Trinity Cathedral in Tbilisi early Sunday morning...

Tbilisi Landmarks Go Dark for Earth Hour

 Georgia for the eights time has joined Earth Hour...

Georgia and Kyrgyzstan Refresh Economic Relations

The Chambers of Commerce of Georgia and Kyrgyzstan will activate trade...

TSU Student Protest Leads to Broader Movement

Central government involvement, lack of financial transparency and democratic...

Bottoms Up, the Elections are Coming: Odgen on The Scandal

Ishall not deceive my public and claim that I was surprised by this week’s...

Georgian President Appoints New Chief of National Bank

Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) economist Koba Gvenetadze...

USAID Donates Greenhouse Gas measuring Equipment to Georgia

US government-funded NGO USAID has donated greenhouse gas measuring equipment to Georgia...