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Annual Christmas Fair at Fabrika

Fabrika will host its annual Christmas Fair from December 22 at 1 PM until December 23 at 9 PM. During the Fair, the courtyard of Fabrika, a multi-use retail complex that includes popular bars, restaurants, shops, and a hostel, will be filled with the Christmas and New Year spirit. Fabrika is located in the Marjanishvili […]

Guardian Article Speaks of Tbilisi’s Architectural Disaster

In an article published 15 November, author Oliver Wainwright discusses whether the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial can inspire a useful debate about the city’s future. Referring to the concert hall and exhibition center and other trophy buildings of form president Mikheil Saakashvili as “a tragic parody of vanity projects gone wrong”, Wainwright says that the unfortunate […]

Stop Child Sexual Abuse Day, November 18

Sunday, November 18, marked the European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse. The Day was established in 2015 by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to prevent the crimes, prosecute the perpetrators and protect the victims. It aims to raise public awareness of and promote prevention […]

Henryck Hryniewski Hall Opens at National Library

November 5, a Hall of Polish Art and Literature, named after Polish painter Henryck Hryniewski, opened in the first building of the National Library. Giorgi Kekelidze, the General Director of the National Library, opened the event. Many ministers from Georgia and Poland also attended including Irakli Kobakhadze, the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, Mikheil […]

Gov’t Increases Financing of Defense Ministry by GEL 80 mln

In 2019, the financing of the Ministry of Defense of Georgia will increase by GEL 80 million ($29.58m) and in total amount to GEL 870 million ($321,686m). The information was released by the Finance Minister of Georgia, Ivane Machavariani, while presenting the draft budget 2019 to the parliamentarians. Machavariani says that according to NATO standards, […]

Georgia: The World’s Co-Working Hub

While Georgia’s current liberal immigration framework may require some fixing, it is important that the policy debate surrounding this issue is conducted in a coolheaded, professional manner. It would be a mistake to throw the baby, Georgia’s appeal as a destination of choice for thousands of developers , out with the dirty bath water. Especially […]

Insight on Tourism Trends for 2018 Q3

The number of international non-resident travelers to Georgia reached 3.2mln in Q3 of 2018 – a 8.6% increase compared to the same period last year. Majority of the revenues (41.2%) were attributed to 31-50 age group expenditure. Moreover, the largest share of visits (22%) are attributed to those coming from the Russian Federation, a 1.8% […]

Guardian Article Speaks of Tbilisi’s Architectural Disaster

In an article published 15 November, author Oliver Wainwright discusses whether the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial can inspire a useful debate about the city’s future. Referring to the concert hall and exhibition center and other trophy buildings of form president Mikheil Saakashvili as “a tragic parody of vanity projects gone wrong”, Wainwright says that the unfortunate […]

National Libraries of Georgia and UK Sign Memorandum

November 8, as part of the 5th Wardrop Strategic Dialogue held in Georgia, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia and the UK. The Memorandum pledges that the two countries will work together to study Georgian materials currently protected at the British National Library. Kristian Jensen, the Head of […]

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