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Georgia and Israel to Increase Trade Turnover up to 1 billion USD


Minister of Economy of Georgia Dimitri Kumsishvili has met with Minister of Economy and Industry of Israel Eli Cohen as part of this visit to Israel. At the meeting the parties discussed key directions for deepening bilateral trade-economic relations. The parties agreed to increase Georgia-Israel trade turnover. “We have very …

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Robert Plant to Hold Concert in Georgia

Robert Plant, English singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the lead singer and lyricist of the legendary British rock band Led Zeppelin will visit Georgia within the frame of Black Sea Jazz Festival. Robert Plant will hold a concert at Black Sea Arena in Shekvetili resort of Georgia’s Guria region on …

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Georgian Citizens To Enjoy Visa Free Regime with Albania

A citizens of Georgia traveling Albania will be able to enter the country and stay for 90 days without visas, Ministry of foreign Affairs of Georgia confirmed. Albania, on Southeastern Europe’s Balkan Peninsula, is a small country with Adriatic and Ionian coastlines and an interior crossed by the Albanian Alps. …

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Georgian Wine Producer Companies Participated in ProWein

Annual international fair of  wine and alcoholic beverages – ProWein 2018 was held in Dusseldorf, Germany, where 26 Georgian wine-maker companies participated. Georgian wines were introduced at the fair with the support of the National Wine Agency and  association “Georgian Wine”. The opening of the fair was attended by the …

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New International Awards of Rati Oneli’s Film – City of the Sun

Rati Oneli’s documentary film “City of the Sun” continues to win awards at international film festivals. A few days ago, “City of the Sun” was awarded in Italy, at Bergamo Film Meeting festival as the best film dealing with the situation in the labor market. Film received two more awards …

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EU-supported Training to Enhance Maritime Safety in Black and Caspian seas

Representatives from Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine recently attended a training for Flag State inspectors held at the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). The event was organised within the EU-funded Black and Caspian Sea Project (BCSEA), in which, in addition to these four Eastern Neighbourhood countries, Iran, …

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