Georgian delegation attended Sokar reception in Davos
Georgian delegation was invited to the special reception held by the Sokar Oil Company within the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday. One of the topical issues of discussion at the event was the projects planned and implemented by the oil giant in Georgia. The company president Rovnag Abdulaev emphasized the cooperation with Georgian government and its work in the country. `Our company has close cooperation with Georgia. Along with other successful projects, within the first phase of the Nabucco project (a new gas bridge from Asia to Europe and the flagship project in the Southern Corridor), we`ll supply gas to Turkey via Georgia. This will increase the volume of transit on Georgian territory,` Sokar President said. At the end of the meeting, Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gilauri also delivered a speech hailing Georgia`s cooperation with the company.
Before his departure to Afghanistan, President Saakashvili met with citrus growers in Batumi. President was reported about the citrus export issues and the price, which he said was much lower in comparison with previous years as well as the harvest.
Minister of Finance Nodar Khaduri commented on the initiative of Tbilisi mayor Gigi Ugulava, who held the presentation of the 100-GEL voucher system for communal taxes and who slammed the government of Georgia for its tariff policy.
According to Tbilisi budget 2013 adopted by the City Assembly [Sakrebulo], the subscribers in the capital will be presented with 100 GEL communal vouchers. The vulnerable families, which have 70,000 rating scores...
Comedy talk-show with famous guests, headlines and others
Hilarious sketches with amazing performances of your favourite actors!
Azerbaijan may revise the tariff on natural gas to Georgia after the statement made by Bidzina Ivanishvili that the project of the Karsi-Akhalkalaki railway might be reviewed. News agency Regnum has reported about this based on the statements of the Azerbaijan`s governmental officials.
Georgia`s former Prime Minister Nikoloz Gilauri is being interrogated at the anti-corruption agency of the interior ministry in connection with the attempt of artificially bankrupting Kartu Bank, which was owned by the current prime minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili.