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.
President of Georgia will pay his first official visit to Armenia. Giorgi Margvelashvili will arrive in Erevan later today. President will hold meeting with the President of Armenia. A joint press conference of Georgian and Armenian Presidents will be held after the tête-à-tête meeting.
President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili arrived in the village of Atotsi and met with the inhabitants of the village, which is adjacent to the occupied Tskhinvali Region. President of Georgia said the government would respond to the provocative actions by Russia and ...
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili has invited American businessmen to Georgia. At the meeting held within the first official visit to the United States, Irakli Gharibashvili introduced Georgia`s economic and business environment to the audience.
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Prime Minister of Georgia held numerous meetings in Washington within the first official visit to the United States. Yesterday, Irakli Gharibashvili held meeting with the Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives and served as the 60th Speaker...
Georgia deserves credit at the upcoming NATO Summit - the statement by the U.S. Department of State published in response to the letter of 40 U.S. Congressmen sent to Secretary Kerry on February 5th. In this letter, the American lawmakers urged U.S. Department of State to support NATO open-door policy.