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29 000 Foreigner Students Came to Georgia for Studying in 2015-2018

28 940 foreign students had been studying in Georgia in 2015-2018, Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of Georgia reports. The number of foreign students increases each year. In particular, 4,912 students studied in Georgia in 2015, 5,716 – in 2016, 8,602 – in 2017 and 9,710 – in 2018-2019. …

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Starting September Labor Inspectors will Check Companies without Warning

Starting September 2019 the Labor Inspection Office will check all categories of companies. Parliament of Georgia has already adopted the due amendments. Beqa Peradze, head of the Labor Conditions Inspection Department told the Business Morning Tv program that the inspection will be carried out without warning any time for 24 …

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Evenings Spent with Pat Metheny within Tbilisi Jazz Festival

Tbilisi 22nd Jazz Festival was a huge surprise for jazz fans. The festival’s headliner was Pat Metheny, 20 Grammy Award-winning musician. The Pat Metheny Group is an American jazz fusion group founded in 1977 in Missouri. The core members of the group are guitarist, composer and bandleader Pat Metheny; and keyboardist and composer Lyle Mays, who was in the group at …

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Georgia’s New History in 30-Year Biography of ARCI (Part IV)

The stories that ARCI company has passed through reflect the 30-year history of Georgia. These stories are full of admiration, bravery, doubts, fear, risks, devotion, misery, feeling of despair and achievements – ARCI has turned 30. Arci’s Founder and Architect Gia Abuladze continues telling  company’s story: ”As I said, events …

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Tobacco Control Law Is “Going Well” in Georgia

Ten months have passed since the law on tobacco control came into force in Georgia. From September 1, 2018, a new regulation for tobacco control was put into operation. And, according to lawmakers, things are going well and society has been ready to meet the changes. The implementation of the …

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Austrian Director Sponsors Film on Tusheti with 31 000 EUR

The Austrian director has allocated 31 thousand euros from his budget for filming the film on Georgia. The film director Reinhard Fostinger gives details about a film, and it turns out the main focus will be made on Tusheti region and its tourism potential. “I traveled to Georgia about 16 times. …

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Georgian National Museum Presents Exhibition Evolution & Decadance

Georgian National Museum presents the exhibition Evolution & Decadence by Sandro Dalakishvili and Nina Pery at Tbilisi History Museum. Multimedia exhibition Evolution & Decadence unites a sculptural installation, drawings, and graphical works. Shared worldview led the artists to focus on one of the most urgent topics of our time and …

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Lado Apkhazava Among 10 Finalists of World’s Best Teacher in 2019

Georgian teacher Lado Abkhazava is among the 10 finalists of the world’s best teacher in 2019. Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman declared finalists of “Global Teacher 2019”. “These people come from different parts of the world. They support inclusiveness and child rights. They try to develop students’ skills with music, technologies, …

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Russia-occupied Abkhazia to Receive Electricity according to the Schedule

For the purpose of preventing Enguri HPP suspension, today, on February 20, electricity supply will be ceased to Russia-occupied Abkhazia from 12 o’clock to 15 o’clock. Levan Mebonia, head of the board of directors of Enguri HPP, told Business Morning that the mentioned restriction enables to save 1.100 million kw/h …

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