transport in Caucasus

Georgian railroads resume its work

The movement of the Georgian trains, previously interrupted due to coronavirus restrictions, was restored today by the decision of Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, which he announced on 24 February. At the moment, the railroad …

Read
180 new minibuses to start serving passengers in Tbilisi

A total of 180 new minibuses will start serving passengers in the Georgian capital city of Tbilisi starting Monday, February 22, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said. Kaladze said that the plan is to replace the current outdated fleet of …

Read
Domestic flights resumed in Georgia

Domestic flights, suspended earlier due to the situation with a Covid-19 pandemic, were resumed in Georgia, the Association of Airports of Georgia informs. From February 12, Mestia-Natakhtari flight is carried out at 10:00. …

Read
Upper Lars closed for trucks

The Georgian Military Highway connecting Russia and Georgia was open today for heavy trucks for less than nine hours, the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of North Ossetia reports. From 18:30 Moscow time, trucks …

Read
Georgia lifts several COVID-19 restrictions

The Georgian government has announced the lifting of several coronavirus-related restrictions due to the decrease in daily infections.  Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said all public transport around the country will resume …

Read
Nakhchivan Corridor: Implications for Georgia and Iran

The January 11 trilateral meeting, in Moscow, of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev focused on the unblocking and development of regional transport corridors in …

Read
Azerbaijan to open bus routes to liberated territories

Bus routes will be opened to the cities and districts of Azerbaijan liberated from occupation, head of the Public Relations Department of the State Road Transport Service under Azerbaijan's Ministry of Transport, Communications and High …

Read
New Baku metro station to be named November 8

The new Baku metro station will be named ‘8 November’ in connection with the Victory Day, which will be celebrated on November 8 every year, according to the Cabinet of Ministers. "In accordance with the initiative …

Read
Opposition trying to start another revolution in Armenia

The time given to Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his team by 16 opposition parties to resign voluntarily ended. On December 5, the opposition political forces of Armenia, which held a rally and march in the center of …

Read
Movement restricted on Upper Lars road

The road in Georgia leading to the Upper Lars checkpoint on the border with Russia is closed for trucks and semi-trailer trucks, the Department of Roads of the Ministry of Development and Infrastructure of Georgia informs. The movement …

Read

Populars