Giorgi Gakharia

Georgia marks National Flag day

Georgia is celebrating National Flag Day today. The current national symbol of Georgia, also known as the Five Cross Flag, was officially introduced in January 2004. While speaking about the importance of the national symbol, …

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Georgian PM makes phone call to Ilham Aliyev

Georgia's Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia made a phone call to President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev yesterday. Gakharia congratulated Ilham Aliyev on his birthday and wished him the best of health and successes in his activities for …

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Georgia holds parliamentary elections 

Georgia is voting to elect the 10th convocation parliament. The polling stations were opened throughout the country at 8:00 local time. Among the first to vote was Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili. "I want to …

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Second wave of coronavirus begins in Georgia

Another anti-record for the number of coronavirus infections has been set in Georgia today: over the past day, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection has grown by 87.  This figure has never been so high since the …

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East-West highway section opens in Georgia

A new 13-km road to bypass Khashuri was built in Georgia. It has become a part of the East-West highway (E60), the Georgian Ministry of Regional Development informed. The Khashuri bypass road begins at the last section of Agara-Zemo …

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EU opens borders to Georgia

The European Union has decided to reopen its borders to Georgia as from July 1.  According to the EU Council, as from 1 July, EU member states should start lifting the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of …

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Georgia to help Armenia in fight against coronavirus

Georgia has plans to supply Armenia with additional medical personnel in the fight against the coronavirus, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said. "There is a quite tense situation in our neighbouring country in terms …

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Two Georgian municipalities in lockdown

Marneuli and Bolnisi municipalities in eastern Georgia have been placed under lockdown, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said. The decision was taken after a local, 62-year-old woman tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday …

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