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Georgia Launches Direct Charter Flights to Bangkok

Georgia Launches Direct Charter Flights to Bangkok

Air company Thai Air Asia X is starting direct charter flights Bangkok – Tbilisi from December 28. The charter flights will be performed with Airbus 330 type aircraft three times per week for a period of three months. Today the air company representatives had their first working meeting with the managements of TAV Georgia and […]

EBRD Approves $60 Million for Kvesheti-Kobi Project

EBRD Approves $60 Million for Kvesheti-Kobi Project

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) approved  $ 60 million financial resources to co-finance the construction of a 9km tunnel located on the Jinvali-Larsi Road (North-South Corridor). According to the Ministry of Infrastructure of Georgia, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has already allocated a $415 million for construction of Kvesheti–Kobi road and tunnel, […]

Tbilisi Budget to Rise to 200 million GEL in 2020

Tbilisi Budget to Rise to 200 million GEL in 2020

According to the 2020 budget bill, the capital city funding will essentially rise. The 2019 municipal budget constituted 1.79 billion GEL and this amount has created preconditions for implementing a lot of important projects, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze noted at the Tbilisi government meeting on October 2. The 2020 budget will be bigger and the […]

OPIC Invested $50 mln in New Pace Terminal in Poti Port

OPIC Invested $50 mln in New Pace Terminal in Poti Port

The US Government’s Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) invested $ 50 million in New Pace Terminal in Poti Port. The new port infrastructure will be located on 25 hectares of land; within the frames of the construction, the water area will deepen to 13 meters and, consequently, the port will be able to accept vessels […]

Poti Sea Port has handled 6 403 000 tons of cargo

Poti Sea Port has handled 6 403 000 tons of cargo

In September, APM Terminals Poti has handled the highest ever number of containers in Poti Sea Port, which amounts to 51,272 TEUs. It is noteworthy that monthly record numbers which are shown since March this year in different directions (container volumes, vessel calls, rail car movements, etc.) are conditioned by both – overall upswing in […]