Eastern Partnership European School Opens in Tbilisi

It is the first such school established outside the EU...

JULY: Average Hotel Prices in Georgia & Hotel Price Index

In Georgia, the average cost of a room1 in a 3-star hotel was 148 GEL per night in July 2018...

Great Expectations: Does the DCFTA Really Boost Georgia’s Economic & Export Potential?

On June 27, 2014, Georgia and the EU signed an Association Agreement (AA) and its integral part...

Will Georgia Ever Get to the World Cup?

This summer, Russia is again at the epicenter of the world, but this time for hosting...

Running Water to Be Supplied to Georgian Villages

Villages in Georgia that rely solely on water wells, will be provided with running water...

Georgian PM Participates in Climate Change Conference

A Climate Change conference, involving the leaders of 150 countries...

Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan Make Joint Deal

A joint decision has been made by Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan to transport goods...

Georgian Greco-Roman Wrestler Wins Gold in Azerbaijan

Georgian Greco-Roman wrestler, Lasha Gobadze, won the gold medal...

Minister of Reconciliation: Abkhazia Has Never Been Part of Independent Georgia

The Georgian Minister of Reconciliation and Civil Equality, Paata Zakareishvili, declared that Abkhazia ...

Culinarybackstreets.com: Georgian Shoti Bread

The Global Guide which offers interesting and delicious articles from all around...

Reuters: NATO Split Over Georgia’s Membership

Reuters publishes an article concerning Georgia’s hopes and the existing situation in NATO...

Georgian Pianist Featured on New Coldplay Album

Renowned Georgian pianist, Khatia Buniatishvili, will play piano for Coldplay’s...

BBC: Russia’s Ban on Turkish Products Similar to the Georgian Case

BBC draws a parallel between Russia’s potential ban on Turkey’s agricultural products and an embargo...

Al Jazeera on Wine: Georgia’s Most Popular Export Thrives in Embargo

Al Jazeera has dedicated a large article to Georgian wine, featuring the long history and role of wine in the country...