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Welcome to Georgia – Musical for Tourists to Learn about Culture

The theatrical performance “Welcome To Georgia“ will be held at The Music and Drama Theatre for popularizing Georgian culture among the tourists. With the support of Georgian National Tourism Administration, Check In Georgia, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and Tbilisi City Hall, on 8, 15, 22 and …

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Non-licensed Software use Decreased by 81% in Georgia

The use of unlicensed software in Georgia decreased to 81%. The Software Alliance calculates and researches it once in two years. According to the data of 2015, the level of non-licensed software in Georgia was 84%, in the last two years this indicator was reduced by only 3%, reports Forbes. …

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Five Countries Buy Georgian Animated Film Distribution Rights

Rights for distribution of Georgian animated film GENO has been sold in five countries – Japan, Korea, France, Span and the USA. The parties have already signed contract. Distribution process will start in the near future. Schedule of demonstrations will be finished by Los Angeles Disney move theater. GENO is …

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Lopota Spa Resort Hosted Vulnerable Children

On June 1, 2018, “Lopota Spa Resort” hosted vulnerable children with regard of Children’s Day. “We are very actively involved in social responsibility projects, today is one of those days, which will traditionally continue. Today’s event is being implemented with our partner company – association “SOS Children’s Village of Georgia”, …

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Tbilisi City Hall Names Incomes of Tube Train Drivers

Tbilisi City Hall has published information about incomes of tube train drivers, as the drivers have gone on strike. Namely, incomes growth dynamics in 203-2017 is as follows: The metropolitan administration also provides medical insurance services for the staff and money assistance in case of wedding, funerals, birth of child …

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Metro Drivers Go on Strike in Tbilisi

Metro drivers of Tbilisi went on strike this morning. In April, Tbilisi metro drivers demanded a salary raise due to hard working conditions. They warned that they would go on strike on 3 May, paralysing the whole metro system.

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How Georgia is Changing its Approach to Waste Disposal

Around 900,000 tons of waste is generated annually in Georgia and more than 75% of it is estimated to end up in landfill sites. Landfill disposal is the least desirable way of handling waste, and even less desirable if the landfill is poorly managed and maintained. This is a significant issue in Georgia, …

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Mass of Rock Falls Down on Construction Site in Tbilisi

A mass of rock fell down onto Kipiani Street in Tbilisi. Witnesses spread video footage of the rock collapse from Mtatsminda Mountain. Construction work is underway in this location. The Tbilisi mayor released a statement after the event. Kakha Kaladze instructed his assistant Ilia Eloshvili to investigate the event. “What …

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Tbilisi Awarded with WCCD Platinum Certificate

Tbilisi World Council on City Data WCCD has been awarded with Platinum ISO 37120 certificate. After receiving the certificate, Tbilisi World Council on City Data has entered the Global Platform with the following cities: Barcelona, Boston, Dubai, London, Rotterdam, Toronto, Cambridge (CA), Portland, Hague. There are a total of 5 …

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Film Center to Pay $114 000 for Copying 11 Georgian Movies

Georgian National Film Center plans to pay $114 000 to take copies of 11 Georgian movies from Russian Federation. The procurement deal will be carried out under simplified procedures after the Center will receive consent from Procurement Agency. These films are owned by Cinema Foundation of Russian Federation. Georgian National …

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Geological Science Conference Held at GTU with the Support of RMG

Today, the Fourth International Scientific Conference, organized by the Georgian Mineral Society, was opened at Georgian Technical University with the tagline “The strength of the geological field is a prerequisite for economic revival.” The main theme of the two-day conference, which brings together the 26 rapporteurs in the field of …

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