The unified entrance exams have started throughout Georgia today. The entrants are passing tests in Georgian language today. There are two sessions daily and each one lasts four hours. The number of the registered entrants is comparatively low this year - in previous years it usually exceeded 40,000, this year it hardly reaches 36,000.
The examinations started in time at 19 examination centers, seven of which operate in Tbilisi.
For the first time this summer, the entrants were given an opportunity to pass tests in fine arts as an optional subject; the foreign language test has been added a listening part. The unified entrance exams will be concluded on July 16th.
The Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia will set up a group of foreign experts - three distinguished criminal experts and former prosecutors, Sir Geoffrey Nice, Moshe Lador and Paul Coffey have arrived in Georgia under the invitation of the office...
The new composition of the Cabinet of Ministers of Georgia will be proposed to the parliament for approval next week, however, during the next few days, the lawmakers will be discussing cabinet reshuffle...
The Investigation Service of the Ministry of Finance has arrested a municipal official with the alleged charges of misuse of authority. Davit Chedia, who has been the head of the LEPL Property Management Agency at the Tbilisi City Hall...
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The Conti Group, an American investment holding enters Georgia by opening its branch here. Kurt Conti, the president of the investment holding company, introduced his plans for Georgia to the Prime Minister of Georgia today.
Non-governmental organization Mokalake [The Citizen] accuses Rustavi2 TV Company of making irresponsible statements - the organization founded by the former prime minister Bidzina Ivanishvili released a special statement following the reportages aired by the television regarding the versions of the death of its founder Erosi Kitsmarishvili.
The President of Georgia says he is not taking part in decision making on staffing the new composition of the government - Giorgi Margvelashvili briefed for media in a few hours after the Prime Minister announced that seven members of the cabinet would be dismissed.