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Metal pedestrian bridges to be demolished in Tbilisi

Metal pedestrian bridges will be demolished in Tbilisi, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said, noting that zebra crossings will be arranged instead. The process of dismantling has already started and in total 20 bridges …

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ADB providing loans to rural households in Georgia

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is providing a 60 million Georgian lari ($22.3 million) loan and a $500,000 technical assistance grant to Georgia's Credo Bank to launch new products including home improvement and mortgage loans to lower …

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First Georgian ecoholding presented in Tbilisi

The solemn presentation of the first industrial holding Igroup in Georgia, the purpose of which is to protect the environment, was held today in the center of Tbilisi under the open sky. The holding included four companies - Icar, …

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Social workers go on strike in Georgia

A large-scale strike of Georgia’s social workers has been underway since the morning across the country. Protesters demand better working conditions in and more efficient and timely services from Georgia's Social Service …

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Stoltenberg hopes to welcome Georgia into NATO

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg hopes Georgia can soon be welcomed into NATO, and praises the progress achieved by the country.  "Georgia will become a NATO member," Stoltenberg stated during a …

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Robbers in Tbilisi steal hoverboards

Unidentified smashed the showcase of a chain store in Tbilisi and stole goods worth 1.5 thousand lari (about $ 560). The hoverboards became the prey of the intruders. It took less than a minute for the robbers to accomplish their task. …

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Euro 2020 qualification: Georgia defeated by Switzerland

At the Boris Paichadze Stadium in Tbilisi, the match of the 1st round of the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship between the national teams of Georgia and Switzerland took place. The guests won with the score 2: 0. The goals for …

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More than 1 tonne of expired meat seized in Tbilisi

Georgia's National Food Agency has seized more than one tonne of meat from different companies in Tbilisi, as they possessed either expired, harmful or unchecked meat. The agency says that meat seized from Companies Dadu and Ina was …

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U.S. and NATO exercises start in Georgia

Around 350 personnel from 24 NATO member states and partner countries are set to kick off 11 days of joint military exercises in Georgia today. The drills, dubbed NATO-Georgia Exercise 2019, are to run until March 29 at the Krtsanisi …

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Fire breaks out at warehouse in Tbilisi

A warehouse of electrical equipment caught fire in Tbilisi’s Didi Digomi district last night. According to the State Emergency Service, more than 1,800 square meters were affected. One man suffered smoke intoxication and …

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Two bank robbers detained in Tbilisi

Georgia's Ministry of Internal Affairs has detained two individuals, both with previous crime records, for burglary, illegal purchase, possession and the use of firearms, illegal deprivation of liberty and attacking policemen during an …

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Opposition politician beaten up in Georgia

According to Georgian media, a member of the opposition parliamentary party Movement for Libert- Europea Georgia, David Napetvaridze, was attacked today as he was walking along the street with his wife. As a result of the attack, …

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Transporter LLC cuts off 5,000 Tbilisi families from gas

According to Kaztransgaz-Tbilisi, Transporter LLC, carrying out construction work between Machavariani Street and the turn to Lake Lisi in Tbilisi, damaged a 500-mm gas pipeline and thus deprived gas supplies for 5 thousand Tbilisi families. …

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