Natia Turnava

UN to help Georgia reform Ministry of Economy

UN to help Georgia reform Ministry of Economy

On Thursday, November 11, Minister of Economy of Georgia Natia Turnava, Resident Representative of the UNDP Development Program in Georgia Nick Beresford and Deputy Head of the British Mission in Georgia Claire Allbless signed a memorandum in …

Kyrgyz airline to carry out Bishkek-Batumi-Bishkek flights

Kyrgyz airline to carry out Bishkek-Batumi-Bishkek flights

Kyrgyz airline Air Manas has decided to start charter flights to Georgia and link the capital city of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, to Georgia's Black Sea resort town of Batumi, the Georgian Ministry of Economy of announced. "The …

Georgia and Armenia to resume railway service

Georgia and Armenia to resume railway service

Georgia and Armenia have agreed to resume the railway service suspended last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic The news was announced by Georgia's Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Natia Turnava at a press …

Several low-cost airlines resume flights to Georgia

Several low-cost airlines resume flights to Georgia

Azerbaijani low-cost Buta Airways will start to operate a Baku-Tbilisi-Baku flight three times a week starting in mid-March, Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava said. Other low-cost companies which will start  operating flights …

Georgian authorities continue to ease restrictions

Georgian authorities continue to ease restrictions

According to Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Natia Turnava, if after the partial ease of restrictions from February 15, the number of infected in the country does not increase, the leadership will discuss the further …

Foreigners to be able to visit Georgia after getting vaccine

Foreigners to be able to visit Georgia after getting vaccine

Georgia is easing regulations for international travellers to enter the country as well as for the citizens of Georgia who are returning to the country from abroad, Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava said. When coming to …

Pandemic hinders investment, Turnava says

Pandemic hinders investment, Turnava says

The coronavirus pandemic is hindering attracting new investments in the Georgian economy, the head of the country's Ministry of Economic Development, Natia Turnava said. According to her, private companies are looking for land and …

Georgian Minister explains delay in resuming regular flights

Georgian Minister explains delay in resuming regular flights

Georgia postponed for a month the restoration of regular international flights due to a lack of readiness to receive passengers from various countries, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Natiya Turnava explained. …

Georgia shuts down air traffic starting tomorrow

Georgia shuts down air traffic starting tomorrow

Georgia will completely shut down air traffic in the country starting Mach 21 in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Georgian Prime Minister's Advisor for Foreign Affairs Irakli Chikovani said today. …

Food crisis does not threaten Georgia, Natia Turnava says

Food crisis does not threaten Georgia, Natia Turnava says

The head of the Ministry of Economic Development of Georgia Natia Turnava called on the citizens of the country not to panic and not to buy up goods in grocery stores. She stressed that the country has enough food supplies. …

Georgian authorities merge two state agencies - media

Georgian authorities merge two state agencies - media

The Georgian government decided to merge the Service Agency of the Ministry of Finance and the National Agency of State Property of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Georgia's Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development …

Georgian PM pays official visit to Ankara

Georgian PM pays official visit to Ankara

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia arrived in Turkey today, according to the Georgian Prime Minister’s press service. High-level meetings are planned in Ankara within the visit, Sputnik Georgia …

Miners in Tkibuli given back pay

Miners in Tkibuli given back pay

The new owner of the Tkibuli mines, Steel International Trade Company, has fully paid the salaries of miners formerly on strike demanding back pay, Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava announced. Turnava …