Daily Archives: June 12, 2018

Myway Airlines will become active on the Georgian aviation market

Tbilisi (BPI) – On June 13 new Georgian airline Myway Airlines will launch regular Batumi-Kharkiv-Barumi flights. On June 12 the airline performed the first regular flight from Tbilisi to Kharkiv. The airline management hopes that frights from Tbilisi and Batumi to Kharkiv will become in-demand directions and in the future the airline will perform transit flights too. The first regular ...

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UNICEF: Children Still Remain the Most Vulnerable Group in Georgia’s Society

TBILISI(BPI) – Welfare Monitoring Study is a biennial household survey covering all the government-controlled regions of Georgia. The results for the 2017 round examined the prevalence and distribution of consumption poverty, material deprivation, subjective poverty and social exclusion. “Children still remain the most vulnerable group in Georgia’s society,” said Laila Omar Gad, UNICEF Representative in Georgia. “To reduce child poverty ...

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Contemporary Mythology of Tusheti – Tushetian Tales by David Simonia

TBILISI(BPI)_ ”After a 2-week magical journey in Tusheti, I decided to show myself to others what I could not get with photos. After capturing the stories of patrons, demons, gods, and simply fantastic creatures, I had to draw my own pictures in my own photos and I got contemporary mythology of modern Tusheti,”-says David Simonia to Marketer. ”It is planned ...

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ETF and Council of Europe Hosted the ‘Shaping Level 5’ Conference

TBILISI(BPI)- To help explore best-practice, challenges, opportunities and policy actions the European Training Foundation (ETF) together with the Council of Europe, both working on qualifications reform in the EU neighbourhood, hosted the ‘Shaping Level 5’ conference in Turin, 7-8 June. The two-day workshop provided a forum for participants from all countries to share their experience, challenges and opportunities to leverage ...

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Georgian IT Companies to Attend Major Conference in London

TBILISI(BPI)- On June 12-14, with the support of Enterprise Georgia agency of Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and Innovation and Technology Agency, eight Georgian IT companies will attend Startup Grind London global conference. This international event is one of the biggest forums in this field. More than 100 IT startuper companies, more than 75 speakers, more than 250 investors ...

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Mathematical Olympiad – Become Olympian 2018 Completed with the Support of Liberty Bank

TBILISI(BPI)_ The Olympic Mathematics Union of Georgia conducted a mathematical Olympiad for the 6th grade students of secondary schools. “Become the Olympic – 2018” was especially large scale year. 1337 pupils from 200 schools participated in Olympiads, students from Eastern Georgia in Tbilisi and from Western in Batumi. “Liberty Bank, in the framework of the Social Responsibility Program, continues to ...

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BOG to Accept Applications for Registration of Individual Entrepreneurs and LLCs

TBILISI(BPI)- Bank of Georgia plans to introduce an entirely new service with the aim to promote small and medium business sectors. To further simplify business startup process, Bank of Georgia service centers will accept applications for registration of individual entrepreneurs and LLCs. Several service centers will start accepting applications starting June 18, while all service centers of Bank of Georgia ...

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Avto Namicheishvili and Eka Shavgulidze Leave Liberty Consumer

TBILISI(BPI)-Changes take place at supervisory board of Liberty Consumer. By decision of Georgian Capital, the majority stakeholder of the company, Avtandil Namicheishvili and Eka Shavgulidze have left the board. The mentioned persons were replaced by Levan Dadiani and Zurab Nemsadze. Daviani has occupied the position of a chairman of the supervisory board. Nino Dundua will also remain in the board. ...

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Free Trade Area Implementation Opportunities in Georgia

TBILISI(BPI)-The first meeting of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) Central Advisory Council is to take place in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi on 12 June. Its objective is to hear from representatives of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the country’s regions and local experts about their experience with DCFTA-related issues in their day-to-day business. The event ...

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EU Supports Development of Agricultural Extension in Georgia

TBILISI(BPI)- Various agricultural issues were discussed at a meeting recently organised through the EU-funded European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD). Among the topics discussed was the creation of an online library to make modern agricultural advice handbooks and guidebooks available for Georgian farmers and extension specialists. The event was held to support the improvement and development of ...

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