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Company Elixir to Hand Trees to Farmer Whose 128 Apple Trees were Cut Down

The company Elixir decided to hand apple trees to the farmer, whose 128 apple trees were cut down. Besides that, the farmer will receive Elixir for his fruit trees, supporting his agriculture to become more productive and lucrative. Elixir is based on 15-year European experience Georgian startup. producing an innovative, biologically …

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Citizens of Georgia to Get Legal Jobs in France

Citizens of Georgia will be able to get legally employed in France. France will adopt the corresponding law, Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani noted. As a result, Georgian young specialists, who have graduated form French universities, will be able to obtain temporary residence certificate for legal employment in France. “Parliament …

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UNDP Head Louisa Vinton is visiting Ajara

Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Georgia, Louisa Vinton, is visiting Ajara Autonomous Republic on 18 December 2018. The Head of UNDP will meet Tornike Rizhvadze, Ajara Government Chairperson, and representatives of the Ajara Government to discuss UNDP’s ongoing support to sustainable development of the region. …

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Biopic About Lesya Ukrainka to be Directed by Nana Janelidze

Biopic (biographical movie) about Lesya Ukrainka will be directed by Georgian movie director and scriptwriter – Nana Janelidze. Also, casting will be held shortly and the project team will start filming a teaser. Cinematic portfolio of Nana Janelidze includes 5 feature-length works directed by her and 6 works in which …

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Civil Society Organizations Shape Public Administration Reform in Georgia

Sixteen innovative initiatives from 12 leading civil society organizations were on display at a “CSO Fair” organized today by the Government Administration, with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and UK Aid, to showcase civic engagement in the ongoing reform of the country’s public administration. CSO proposals focus …

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8 Georgian Buildings at European Architecture Awards

383 projects, 238 towns and 38 countries will fight for the victory at MIES VAN DER ROHE AWARD 2019 (EUMIESA). The Prize takes this statement into account and pursues the following objectives: — to recognise and commend excellence in European architecture in conceptual, social, cultural, technical and constructive terms — …

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Georgian Teacher is Among 50 Best Teachers of the World

Lado Apkhazava, a teacher in Chibati, the village of Guria is among the 50 best teachers of the world. The information is published by “Teacher’s Global Awards” site. Lado Apkhazava has been working as a teacher of civic education at a public school in Chibati village of Lanchkhuti municipality since …

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METALURGIA – First Underground Club Opens in Rustavi

First underground club – METALURGIA opens in Rustavi. Space will host electronic music lovers once a week starting from December 21st. Underground is located close to bar ”Taoba” and Rustavi metallurgic factory. ”There has not been a place in Rustavi, where any person could feel free, be who he is and listen …

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