Georgian cuisine is renowned for its rich flavors, unique techniques, and the use of locally sourced ingredients. At Bread&Wine, you can savor the very best of this culinary tradition, prepared by skilled chefs who have mastered the art of Georgian cooking.One dish that demands attention when dining at Bread&Wine is their exceptional khachapuri. Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian cheese-filled bread that holds a special place in Georgian hearts and stomachs. In Tbilisi, where the competition for the best khachapuri is fierce, Bread&Wine stands out with their delectable rendition. Sink your teeth into the warm, flaky crust, and experience the creamy, gooey goodness of the cheese filling. It's no wonder Bread&Wine is often hailed as the best place to enjoy best khachapuri in Tbilisi.But Georgian cuisine is not just about bread; it's a feast of diverse flavors and dishes. Bread&Wine offers an extensive menu that showcases the country's culinary diversity. From hearty meat dishes like chashushuli (a savory beef stew) and chakhokhbili (a succulent chicken stew) to vegetarian delights such as lobio (red bean stew) and badrijani (eggplant rolls with walnut paste), there's something to satisfy every palate.To complement your meal, Bread&Wine boasts an impressive wine selection that celebrates Georgia's centuries-old winemaking heritage. Georgia is one of the oldest wine regions in the world, with a winemaking tradition dating back 8,000 years. The restaurant's knowledgeable staff can guide you through a curated wine list featuring both traditional and modern Georgian wines, allowing you to discover the perfect pairing for your meal.Bread&Wine goes beyond providing an exceptional dining experience; it also serves as a cultural hub, immersing visitors in the charm and warmth of Georgian hospitality. The restaurant's cozy and welcoming atmosphere, coupled with its knowledgeable staff, ensures that every visit to Bread&Wine is not just a meal but a memorable experience.So, if you're wondering where to eat in Tbilisi Georgia, look no further than Bread&Wine. Indulge in the tantalizing flavors of Georgian cuisine, from the best khachapuri in Tbilisi to a wide array of traditional dishes. Let your taste buds be captivated by the depth and richness of Georgian wines, and soak in the warm and inviting ambiance that embodies the true spirit of Georgia.Make your reservation today and let Bread&Wine take you on a culinary journey through the heart of Georgia. You won't be disappointed.
Air Baltic will fly twice a week on the Riga-Batumi route during the summer navigation season. The airline performs regular flights on the Riga-Tbilisi route as well.Air Baltic flies to Tbilisi International Airport five times a week.
The airline will perform direct charter flights during the summer navigation season of 2023, starting from May 13, once a week. Today, regular flights between the capitals of Georgia and Uzbekistan are performed by Uzbekistan Airlines.The airline flies on the Tashkent-Tbilisi-Tashkent route three times a week.
Indigo representatives will visit Georgia next week. The operational details regarding the flights will be discussed on the meeting with the management of TAV Georgia.Indigo is the largest Indian airline which as of today operates flights to 135 destinations – 77 domestic and 58 international.
The fourth base AIRBUS 321neo aircraft will operate direct regular flights between Kutaisi and Copenhagen twice a week.There has never been direct air traffic between Georgia and Denmark until now. In addition, frequencies at various destinations will increase to three to four frequencies per week in some cases.“The fourth base ship also allows Kutaisi Airport to gradually transform from a small WizzAir base into a medium-sized one, which is a prerequisite for further stable development and growth,” remarked Irakli Karkashadze, Director of the Union of Georgian Airports.
According to the deputy minister, in three months of this year, Georgia hosted more than 1,200,000 international travelers.“First of all, we are very proud that the interest and demand for our country is still growing. We see that the tourism industry of our country has already fully returned to the post-pandemic level with very positive dynamics. According to the data of the first quarter, our country hosted more than 1,200,000 international travelers. According to the data of the first quarter, tourism has fully recovered by 95%, if we compare the same figure in 2019. We expect that this year will be a particularly successful in the tourism and aviation industry of our country," said Mariam Kvrivishvili.
The price of export Georgian wine has decreased by 2.3%. If last year in the first quarter the price of 1 liter of wine was 2.99 USD, this year its price is 2.92 USD. The top exporting partners are: 1. Russia - 13.8 million liters worth $38 million (67.3% of exports);2. Poland - 1.3 million liters worth $3.1 million (5.5% of exports);3. Ukraine - 1.1 million liters worth $3.1 million (5.4% of exports);4. China - 726 thousand liters worth $2.6 million (4.6% of exports);5. Kazakhstan - 656 thousand liters worth $2.2 million (3.9% of exports).
Infinite Hospitality" - with this slogan, Georgia introduced itself as the official host country at ITB Berlin 2023. This event is where the future of the travel industry is shaped, strong business connections are established, and the world comes together to share future plans and make critical decisions. For Georgia, participation in the world's largest tourism exhibition with this status is of paramount importance, as it serves as proof that the country has a robust tourism industry and that tourism is a top priority for Georgia.The development of mountain tourism in Georgia is being fostered with support from the European Union, Sweden, and Austria as part of the GRETA project. This initiative aims to promote adventure tourism in Georgia on a global scale. As part of this effort, the Svaneti destination organization "ShanLand'' presented four tourism concepts, including an adventure offer, a panel discussion on the trekking festival, showcasing impressions of adventure in Georgia, and presenting the hiking guide of Zemo Svaneti and Racha.„The support of the EU, Sweden, and Austria has had a significant impact on the development of Georgia's tourism industry, particularly in strengthening regional tourism and destination management organizations (DMOs). This has also bolstered small and medium-sized enterprises operating in the regions. Thanks to the support of these donors, the DMO of Svaneti was present with us in Berlin, promoting not only the region but also the country as a whole." - The Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia - Mariam Kvrivishvili announced.For 57 years, ITB Berlin has remained one of the world's most influential and inclusive exhibitions in the tourism sector. This year, over 80 Georgian companies from the tourism and hospitality industries participated, providing them an excellent opportunity to forge business relationships with top representatives of the international tourism industry.Dominik Papenheim, Team Leader for Economic Development and Trade at the EU Delegation to Georgia, emphasizes the importance of connecting Georgia's tourism offer to European and international markets. - "I very much welcome the participation of Georgian tourism providers at this years ITB, including the Svaneti DMO. I hope very much that the Georgian tourism operators will benefit from this visit, develop their products in line with recent market trends, find new partners for working together towards the green and digital transition."Svaneti, a hidden mountain treasure of Georgia, offers unforgettable experiences and discoveries to international visitors."At ITB Berlin, we presented a range of tourism products, including walking tours, cultural tours, pilgrimage tours, culinary tours, and ski tours. This exhibition provides us with an opportunity to showcase the hidden mountain treasure to a global audience with diverse tourism offerings, thereby attracting more tourists and strengthening the region's economy." - Davit Zhorzholiani, head of Svaneti DMO, states. In addition to establishing long-term partnerships, this event is vital for positioning Georgia as an integral part of European culture and family."On the one hand, Georgia is ready to contribute to European tourism by offering new services and a new country to discover. On the other hand, it can learn from the experience of our successful European colleagues."- This is how destination brand expert Levan Koberidze evaluates the perspective of Georgia.Participation in similar platforms provides a unique opportunity for Georgia to establish robust business connections and promote its tourism potential to European countries, ultimately leading to increased tourist flows and the growth of the tourism industry. This is a critical step in raising Georgia's tourism industry to new levels.*** Project GRETA | "Green Economy: Sustainable Mountain Tourism and Organic Agriculture" is implemented by the Austria Development Agency in Georgia with the support of the European Union, Austria, and Sweden. The project aims to improve the business environment and create new income opportunities in two important sectors of the Georgian economy, mountain tourism and organic agriculture.
"Our priority is to actively cooperate with each representative of the resort sector and implement complex measures to promote the development of the sector, attract investments and popularize Georgian resorts," Onoprishvili said.The meeting was attended by representatives of industry associations, hotels and tourist facilities, who had the opportunity to discuss current issues in question-and-answer mode.It was noted that the cooperation between the agency and the representatives of the sector will continue actively.Resorts Development Agency, the LEPL of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia was established on July 15, 2022, at the initiative of the Prime Minister of Georgia.
40 countries are represented in the study by the grape production.China is in first place, which has produced 11.3 million tons of grapes in 2021.Italy is on the second place with 8.1 million tons.Spain is third with 6.1 million tons.As for Georgia, in 2021 the country produced 271.6 thousand tons of grapes, taking the 32nd place.
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According to Zourabichvili, the Georgian government gradually transformed.“Instead of strengthening state institutions, being the cornerstone of democracy, the one-party system and its influence get stronger. Laws adopted in an expedited manner (on covert recordings, abolishment of state inspector, changes in the rule for appointment of judges and foreign agents bill) serve your power’s prolongation instead of serving democracy strengthening and citizens’ welfare. The court reform, vital for the country’s future, is at a deadlock,” President said.Salome Zourabichvili went on to say that the ruling party members speak in unison, and those having different viewpoints, tend to quit the party.“The party influence is evident in the government and parliament. The party turned into a decision-making space. The party chairman announces his standpoint on all political issues in advance, and the decision-making process is vague, not to mention open discussions.You are the government confronting the country’s foreign goal, the people’s mandate. By inviting Gavrilov (Russian MP) in 2019, you raised doubts and questions for the first time, though the actual transformation began in 2021 when the Georgian Dream former Chairman Bidzina Ivanishvili quit politics,” she said.President also recalled the annulling of the document drafted with the engagement of the European Council President and rejection of the EU loan.“You have never stopped the anti-European rhetoric, blaming and insulting our partners. All this finally came to the extent that we expelled the former EU ambassador from the country with reprimands and accusations,” Zourabichvili stated.
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As the Minister of Finance noted, all products included in the list determined by the countries participating in the sanctions, as well as any customs operations (including export, re-export and transit), which can be carried out by sanctioned individuals or companies, are subject to special customs control in Georgia.In his speech, the Minister noted that from the very first days of the imposition of international sanctions, a relevant working group was created in the Customs Risk Management Division of the Customs Department of the Revenue Service, which carries out centralized control of the enforcement of the said sanctions.
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The FLYEYE unmanned aerial system is designed for high-precision tasks in adverse environmental conditions and radio-electronic warfare, in every climate zone. The system allows for covert surveillance and the analysis of captured data in real-time, day and night. The Warmate loitering munition boasts confirmed effectiveness and a high-precision target hit. It employs various types of warheads. It is used by the Polish Army and the regular armies and special forces of NATO member or non-member clients alike.Delta-WB LLC was established in Georgia by Delta International LLC and WB Electronics SA, companies established by Delta with 100% participation shares. The goal of this Georgian-Polish enterprise is to assemble UAVs. The enterprise will be able to manufacture hundreds of drones a year. At this stage, the company ensures procedures for streamlining the assembly line for Warmate and FLYEYE UAVs.To develop the military industry, an agreement has been signed between Delta-WB and the Defense Ministry of Georgia which envisages opening the first UAV training center in the region. The center’s professional instructors will retrain the relevant Defense Forces personnel.Irakli Garibashvili, joined by the Defense and Interior Ministers, dined together with soldiers in the dining hall of the Training and Military Education Command’s Support Center Krtsanisi.
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Commission members elected Revaz Javelidze, Head of Government Administration as Chairman of the Competitive Selection Commission on the grounds of voting. In line with the Executive Order N289 issued by Irakli Garibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia on 22nd December 2022, a competitive selection process was launched for the vacant position of the Head of Anti-Corruption Bureau of Georgia. The Referred Competitive Selection Commission was established and its composition was defined on 30th December 2022 in line with the Executive Order N304.Competitive Selection Commission comprises the following officials:– Revaz Javelidze, Head of Government Administration;– MP Mikheil Sarjveladze, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights and Civil Integration;– MP Anri Okhanashvili, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee of Legal Affairs;– Giorgi Mikautadze, Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Court of Georgia;– Bakur Abuladze, First Deputy General Prosecutor of Georgia;– Tamar Gvaramadze, Acting Public Defender (Ombudsman) of Georgia;– Alexandre Kevkhishvili of Transparency International – Georgia.The Anti-Corruption Bureau of Georgia has been established as a legal entity of public law (LEPL) in line with amendments made to the legislation of Georgia. It is mandated to operate independently and be accountable towards the Parliament of Georgia and Interagency Anti-Corruption Council of Georgia.The Anti-Corruption Bureau will be managed by the Head of Anti-Corruption Bureau, who will be selected by a commission comprising public institutions and civil society representatives through a process of competitive selection. At least 2, but maximum 5 candidates will be selected through the process. Head of the Anti-Corruption Bureau will be appointed by the Prime Minister of Georgia for a tenure of 6 (six) years.
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According to Kakha Kaladze, everything should be done so that a tragedy like in Vake Park never happens again."I would like to instruct all agencies, services, boards and subordinate companies under the City Hall to carry out city-wide inspection of all the completed works for compliance with the existing norms and rules, the examination of which was done by "Mshen Expert" LLC. This is an expert bureau, which is being investigated for issuing a false report. Unfortunately, we cannot turn back time and the only thing each of us can do today is to do everything we can to ensure that such a tragedy never happens again. Children's joy should always be heard in Tbilisi, Marita's memory obliges us to do this," said Kakha Kaladze.