Georgia Institutes Visa Free Regime with Montenegro

Georgians will be able to stay in Montenegro for up to 90 days in any 180-day period...

May: Electricity Market Watch

Sector research is one of the key directions of Galt & Taggart Research...

When Football Meets Finance, Education Scores

The World Cup 2018 is getting close and football can already be felt in the air...

Agri Review May 2018: The Sector at a Glance

According to the data for the first quarter of 2018, the number of livestock has increased in Georgia...

EXCLUSIVE! Redjeb Jordania on Georgia, Past & Present

As Georgia prepares to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Democratic Republic of Georgia...

Breathe Deep: If You Want Change, You Have to Fight For It

It is always a good idea to put the spotlight on local problems, like air pollution...

Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst: Ogden on EU Fever

Unless you live in a cave, under Tbilisi Sea or in Gldani, you’ll have noticed that...

New Year Food Fair to Support Georgian Farmers

To support smallholder farmers’ access to local markets, a globally renowned...

Russia’s Visa Facilitation with Georgia a Poisoned Apple for Georgians?

Russia’s Foreign Ministry has announced visa-facilitation with Georgia following...

New Year, New Prime Minister

A week before the New Year and the country is left without a prime minister or government...

Georgia’s Prime Minister Resigns

Georgia’s Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, one of youngest state leaders in the...

Georgia Accelerating on Her EU Path

The European Commission on December 18th issued a positive report on Georgia’s...

Belgium Ratifies Georgia-EU Agreement

The Belgian Parliament ratified the Association Agreement (AA) signed in July between...

Starting January Georgia Accredited to Certify Honey for Export

The laboratory of the Ministry of Agriculture will receive accreditation to conduct honey research in January...

Colorful Manholes on Tbilisi Streets (PHOTO)

Tbilisi's residents were happily surprised this morning...