Nokalakevi to be under management of European standards
Nokalakevi is the first monument of Georgia`s cultural heritage, which will be in the management of European standards. Norwegian experts in cooperation with Georgian colleagues will discuss the joint measures of protecting and developing oldest historic monument in the Samegrelo Region, Georgia, at the meeting, which will be held on the territory of the museum-protected area today. The meeting has been organized in the frames of the agreement signed by the cultural heritage monument agencies of Georgia and Norway signed three years ago.
The human skull discovered in Dmanisi several years ago has given foreign scientists to make a sensational statement - the picture of the skill was printed on the front page of the Science Magazine causing the interest of various international editorials and televisions, where the Dmanisi discovery is still the top news.
Holy Synod has called for halting the process of installing barbwires by Russian occupants on the territory of Georgia. Holy Synod discussed situation in Georgia`s occupied regions of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali at its last sitting.
President of Georgia arrived in Turkey to hand over the ID documents of the citizens of Georgia to several ethnic Georgians living in the cities of Sakaria and Guljuk. The IDs of Georgian citizenship was granted by the president to several tens of ethnic Georgians.
Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia II has conducted a holy rite for the souls of the heroes, who died in the wars for Georgia`s independence and freedom. Before that, the religious leaders organized a march of worshippers from the Hero Square towards the Holy Trinity Cathedral...
The position of the managing director of Rustaveli Theatre is still vacant. Minister of Culture of Georgia Guram Odisharia says he has approved the position of Davit Sakvarelidze on the position right after he was nominated as the candidate by the art director of the theater Robert Sturua.
Yet another discovery has been made in the Old Tbilisi district, N3 Tumaniani Street, during the construction of a new building for the residents of a block of apartments, which was damaged by the 2002 earthquake.
The minaret removed from the Mosque has been returned back to the village of Chella in Akhaltsikhe Region in the southern part of Georgia. Local Muslims gathered outside awaiting the arrival of the minaret in the village.