Monday, 20 February 2017
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PACE co-rapporteurs start visit to South Caucasus 2013-04-15 13:58 The OSCE Special Representative for Conflicts Andrew Deschitsa starts the visit to South Caucasus.
More than 150 Georgian peacekeepers have returned from Afghanistan 2013-04-15 13:17 158 soldiers who took part in the mission of International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan (ISAF) have returned to Georgia.
Ivanishvili to take part in German conference for security 2013-04-15 12:45 Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili is intends to take part in a security conference in Germany.
Life in Georgia in a plastic bag
Today in Georgia it is hard to find a person who would not have believed that a change of government had led to a relative thaw in relations with the big neighbor, which, of course, is considered a positive factor. People are tired of tensions, inability to move and listen to Russian songs in Georgia freely. Relationships at a human level, as well as in trade, economy, are going right which is cheerfully welcomed by the farmers and producers. There are talks on visa regime facilitation. However, for Nina who wants to remain unnamed, nothing has changed. Her situation is exactly the same as five years ago.
A ticket to life for Georgian tea
Tea plantations in Georgia are in full decline today. Volume of the tea cultivated here is dramatically reducing in the last few years. And though the Georgians do not differ much love for the tea, even a small percentage of the needs in this drink are covered by imported goods, Indian or Vietnamese. Experts believe that 80% of the imported tea is counterfeit and expired products. Why do the people of Georgia, given the desired climate and favorable conditions, have not enough of the tea?
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