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Georgia to present 2030 development strategy

Georgia to present 2030 development strategy

The Georgian Government will officially unveil its 2030 development strategy for the country in the coming days after approving the document, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said while announcing the document involved focus on …

Georgian MPs accuse U.S. of plotting revolution in Georgia

Georgian MPs accuse U.S. of plotting revolution in Georgia

Ex-representatives of the ruling Georgian Dream party Sozar Subari, Mikhail Kavelashvili, Guram Macharashvili and Dmitri Khundadze accused the U.S. embassy in Tbilisi of whipping up revolutionary sentiments in the country as the Georgian …

Dream of EU unite Georgia's government and opposition?

Dream of EU unite Georgia's government and opposition?

Georgia's United National Movement party, the largest opposition group in the state legislature, may join the parliamentary format proposed by the ruling Georgian Dream party for addressing the 12-point conditions set by the European …

PM highlights Georgia’s ranking as 2nd in Global Peace Index

PM highlights Georgia’s ranking as 2nd in Global Peace Index

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili on Monday highlighted the Global Peace Index showed the country ranked second in the world with the ten-year progress in peacefulness, and credited this achievement with the “correct policy” …

Georgian government sues country's president

Georgian government sues country's president

The Georgian Government has filed a lawsuit to the Constitutional Court of Georgia, requesting a clarification from the Court over the separation of powers between the country’s President and Government, following a recent controversy …

Georgia named 1st in world by budget transparency

Georgia named 1st in world by budget transparency

Georgia is now the highest ranked country on budget transparency in Open Budget Survey 2021 published by the International Budget Partnership.  The country's score has risen by more than 30 points since 2008, with the …

Georgia’s PM promises to maintain peace for citizens

Georgia’s PM promises to maintain peace for citizens

Despite challenges and provocations, the Government will maintain “peace, security and stability” for our citizens and for the country, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili told Monday’s Government meeting. …

Garibashvili: Georgian economy increased

Garibashvili: Georgian economy increased

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said the Georgian government has ‘significantly improved key fiscal parameters’ due to rapid economic recovery. He also noted that the government’s debt was reduced to …

Garibashvili  sums up his work as PM

Garibashvili  sums up his work as PM

Irakli Garibashvili shared the results of his first year as the head of the Georgian government. In his speech, he pointed out the growth of pensions, economic development, social and other projects. The prime minister addressed the …

Curfew shortened in Georgia

Curfew shortened in Georgia

The Georgian government has decided to shorten the curfew from between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. to between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Starting today curfew will begin at 11 p.m. instead of 9 p.m.  Restaurants and cafes will be able …

Programme to upgrade urban infrastructure launched in Georgia

Programme to upgrade urban infrastructure launched in Georgia

The Georgian government is launching a new programme that will upgrade the urban infrastructure in 63 municipalities, Georgia's Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said. The first phase of the programme will be implemented …

Georgia's Finance Minister, deputy Prime Minister resigns

Georgia's Finance Minister, deputy Prime Minister resigns

Georgian Finance Minister and deputy Prime Minister Ivane Matchavariani has announced on social media his resignation. "I have to say that after almost three years of working as the Minister of Finance, I was planning to resign at …

Georgian government, and opposition fail to come to terms

Georgian government, and opposition fail to come to terms

The ruling Georgian party and the opposition have once again failed to agree on ways to overcome the current political crisis in the country, the European Council's envoy told reporters after the talks. In early March, President of …