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Georgia left without government

Georgia left without government

Georgia's Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze says he is resigning from his post after fulfilling the mandate he was given last year. Bakhtadze said in a Facebook post that he will explain his decision later on …

 Bakhtadze resigns as Georgian Prime Minister?

Bakhtadze resigns as Georgian Prime Minister?

Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze will make a statement today. The exact subject of his appeal is unknown, but the announcement may have been linked to Bakhtadze’s resignation as Prime Minister, as been reported in …

 Georgian PM’s speech in parliament postponed

Georgian PM’s speech in parliament postponed

Georgia's Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze did not come to parliament today to present his annual report and answer the legislators’ questions. The Georgian Dream member Mamuka Mdinaradze …

U.S. Regional Office of Commerce to be opened in Tbilisi

U.S. Regional Office of Commerce to be opened in Tbilisi

The U.S. Department of Commerce and the Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation to enhance bilateral trade relations. The parties agreed to establish a U.S. Regional …

Georgian and Kazakh PMs meet in Nur-Sultan

Georgian and Kazakh PMs meet in Nur-Sultan

Gegrgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze and Kazakh Prime Minister Askar Mamin met in Nursultan today. The sides agreed to strengthen transport ties and increase the number of flights between the two …

 Mountain Law to benefit Georgia’s alpine resort of Bakhmaro

Mountain Law to benefit Georgia’s alpine resort of Bakhmaro

People living in the village of Bakhmaro in Guria region of Georgia will soon get benefits guaranteed by the Mountain Law, according to the Georgian government. The decision was made by the National Council of Mountain Development at …

Georgians to teach children Chinese

Georgians to teach children Chinese

The government intends to encourage studying the Chinese language, hoping for further development of relations with the Asian giant

NATO needs Georgia, Bakhtadze says

NATO needs Georgia, Bakhtadze says

The head of the Georgian government, Mamuka Bakhtadze, at a meeting on the NATO expansion held as part of the Munich International Security Conference, said that the country's membership in the alliance is important not only for Georgia but …