Tusheti on the fifth position of Yahoo Travel Ratings
Georgia`s one of the remote regions, Tusheti has been nominated among 12 best places around the world. The rating of the most desirable places for travelling entitled - 12 Best Places You`ve Never Heard of was published by Yahoo travel today. Tusheti is on the fifth position of the best places around the globe and its nomination was recommended by a famous tourist company Wild Frontier. Its founder Jonny Bealby has visited Tusheti, telling his personal impressions about the beauty of this wonderful corner of the country and old stone towers called Koshkis. Bealby says he has never seen similar beauty anywhere before. Bealby describes Georgian people as teh most hospitable nation.
`Over fourteen thousand public employs have joined the Solidarity Fund initiative,` Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili announced at the meeting with the supervisory board of the Solidarity Fund today.
The officers of Batumi police division detained three citizens of Bulgaria for misuse of computer data base. The investigation established that the organized crime gang illegally installed special devices, the so called skimmers on 5 ATMs located in Batumi in order to obtain...
The United National Movement has sent Saakashvili`s seven suits and one coat to the government of Georgia. A courier delivered the clothes to the government`s administration today, but the chancellery department did not register the clothes.
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The Investigation Service of the Ministry of Finance has arrested eighteen people accused of misappropriation of state funds by performing counterfeit operations with the agro-cards issued by the government of Georgia for farmers.
Somebody burnt down a vehicle of Levan Baghashvili - a chairperson of the Dedoplistskaro regional organization of the United National Movement. The incident occurred last night. Baghashvili has assessed the incident as a political oppression...