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Number of Lingwing Users Exceed 60 000


Number of LingWing users has exceeded 60 000 ones. Vato Veliashvili, founder of online education platform of foreign languages, supposes that number of users will extremely rise from the second half of 2018. “In late June we will introduce a new system for invitation of users. We will also activate …

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French Jazz Guitar Prodigy Tom Ibarra To Perform in Tbilisi

Tbilisi Rhythm Festival

As winner of this year’s “LetterOne ‘RISING STARS’ Jazz Award”, the French jazz guitar prodigy Tom Ibarra will be opening Tbilisi Rhythm Festival on June 12. Born in October 1999, Tom began playing guitar at the age of 6 and was influenced by artists including Miles Davis, Pat Metheny, Weather …

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Restoration of Old Sanatoriums in Tskaltubo Begins

Within the framework of the Tskaltubo resort development project, restoration of old sanatoriums begins. Executive director of “Partnership Fund” Davit Saganelidze said at “Imedi” that the preparatory works have already begun. According to Saganelidze,  refugees living in sanatoriums will be provided with other residences. The exact cost of the project …

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PMC Research Concludes Broccoli Value Chain Analysis

On June 8, at 11:00 am, a presentation and public discussion of the research findings – “Broccoli Value Chain Analysis” will be held at the Center for Civic Engagement office, in Marneuli, Georgia. The aim of the study was to conduct broccoli value chain analysis and study export potential of …

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Losses of Tbilisi City Hall from Tub Train Drivers’ Strike

As a result of two-day strike of tube train drivers, Tbilisi City Hall losses made up 44 000 GEL, Vice Mayor of Tbilisi Irakli Khmaladze said. The mentioned figure does not include losses of free passage at municipal transport for two days. Total losses may hit 100 000 GEL, Khmaladze …

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Capital Letter of Mkhedruli Alphabet Added to Unicode 11.0.0

Unicode 11.0.0 was officially published, which, along with a lot of updates, comprises capital letters of modern Georgian alphabet. According to new standards, 7 new alphabets were added to Unicode, as well as 66 emojis, and uppercase Georgian letters – 46 capital letters of Georgian Mkhedruli Alphabet. This signifies that …

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Tav Georgia Shares Announcement to Georgian Airways Accusation

Georgian Airways continues to mislead the public and disseminate the wrong information. The last statement released by the airline says that TAV Georgia hinders the Georgian Airways to reduce prices, which does not correspond to the existing reality. According to the ICAO’s Economic Development Report (2017), only 25% of airport …

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Rehabilitation of Houses Built by Germans in XIX Begins in Asureti

Infrastructural projects are underway in the village of Asureti in Tetritskaro municipality. At this stage the first phase of rehabilitation of Shvabebis Street in Asureti is completed. The first phase provided construction of pavement, arrangement of waterproof concrete cavities, rehabilitation of fences and gates, sewage network, cleaning facilities and street …

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Anaklia Echowaves – Check in Georgia Hosts New Festival in Anaklia

Check in Georgia will host a new festival – ANAKLIA ECHOWAVES on August 23-26 in Anaklia. The aim of the festival is to contribute to the cultural development of the region and create attractive tourism projects. The festival consists of music, sports recreational activities, different types of art and cultural …

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The First Georgian Writer at the Chinese forum ‘StoryDrive’

StoryDrive is one of the biggest literary events held in China, and took place from 28 May to 1 June. This year for the first time ever, China’s literary world welcomed a Georgian author to StoryDrive in Beijing, where Georgia was represented by Giorgi Kekelidze. Giorgi Kekelidze is the Georgian …

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