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Radisson Hotel Group opens first Radisson RED in Eastern Europe in the heart of historic ...

TravelDailyNews 11 Sep 2023
Situated in a 100-year-old former post office building on the iconic Davit Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Radisson RED Tbilisi blends culture, history, and contemporary design ... The new Radisson RED Tbilisi’s home, a historic post office building, dates back to 1920s and features an ...

Revenue Service Seizes 9.3 Kg Of Ketamine From Ukrainian Citizen At Tbilisi Airport

MENA FN 23 Aug 2023
(menafn - azernews) customs officers of the georgian revenue service seized 9.3 kilograms of ketamine from a ukrainian citizen at the tbilisi international airport in georgia's capital, the body ... .

Targeted in Tbilisi: Advocate for Israel-Georgia ties survives assassination attempts

The Jerusalem Post 15 Aug 2023
Itzik Moshe says he has been the target of three attempted killings in the past year in his hometown of Tbilisi, the capital of the Caucasian Republic of Georgia ... Moshe said the assassination attempts occurred outside Beit Israel’s office on the main street of Tbilisi.

Protesters Detained in Batumi While Rallying Against Arrival of Astoria Grande - Reports

Urdu Point 31 Jul 2023
TBILISI (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 31st July, 2023) Georgian law enforcement officers have detained several protesters near the port of Batumi in Georgia, where a ...

Tbilisi Pride festival canceled after violent anti-LGBTQ protests

Yahoo Daily News 09 Jul 2023
A Pride festival was canceled in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi on Saturday by organizers who say authorities failed to prevent violent disruptions from Russian-affiliated far-right groups ... Festival organizers Tbilisi Pride said in a tweet that they were “compelled” to cancel the festival and “evacuate” the festival territory.

Pogroms, riots and a bonfire of rainbow flags: an LGBT festival was disrupted in Tbilisi

The Eastern Herald 08 Jul 2023
In Tbilisi, a group of conservative activists disrupted the Tbilisi Pride Festival an hour before the event started ... He was referring to events in the summer of 2021, when protesters as part of Tbilisi Pride destroyed the office of LGBT activists in the Georgian capital and attacked journalists who had gathered to cover the action.

Tbilisi Pride cancelled after protesters storm event and burn flags

Metro UK 08 Jul 2023
Thousands of anti-LGBTQ+ protesters forced a mass evacuation of a Pride festival in Tbilisi, Georgia ... ‘A violent gang chased the organizers of Tbilisi Pride, including myself, to kill us and ransacked the offices of Tbilisi Pride and our partner Shame Movement, but the government failed either to prevent or to bring perpetrators to justice.’.

Georgia will continue to work with partners to prevent Russia from circumventing sanctions

The Eastern Herald 28 Jun 2023
It should be recalled that EU Special Representative for Sanctions David O’Sullivan, Head of the US State Department’s Sanctions Coordination Office Jim O’Brien and UK Foreign Office representative Kumar Iyer met in Tbilisi with Prime Minister Irakli ...

As Anti-War Russians Flock to Georgia, Tbilisi Warms to Moscow

Beijing News 12 Jun 2023
TBILISI - Koshini's rooftop bar serves up local wine and a stunning view of Tbilisi, bathed, one recent evening, in a rosy sunset ... Anti-Russian graffiti blanketing Tbilisi's streets tells a more complicated story between the two countries and their peoples ... Anti-Russia graffiti in Tbilisi ... Thousands Rally in Georgia's Tbilisi Against Government.

Georgia Becomes Marriage Hub for Russian Emigres Amid Uncertainty of War

Moscow Times 11 Jun 2023
TBILISI, Georgia – Alexei Yermolaev hardly expected that he’d be proposing to his girlfriend Anna Volshuva in the dead of night, surrounded by packed bags ...Outside of Tbilisi, there are even civil registration offices that are open 24/7… you just arrive, provide your passports and in two hours you’re married.”.

EU blasts Georgia over Russia flights

Russia Today 17 May 2023
Brussels has criticized Tbilisi’s “regrettable” choice to ignore its sanctions on Moscow ... In response, several dozen activists gathered in protest outside the company’s offices in Tbilisi, chanting pro-Ukrainian slogans, cursing out the Georgian PM and Russian President Vladimir Putin, and demanding a boycott.

Where's valedictorian Jason Braud? He's moved 20+ times since 2003 thanks to military career

The Advocate 16 May 2023
Through the first week in June, we will publish individual profiles of the 2003 valedictorians, now approaching the age of 40 ... My first job out of college was as a logistics officer in the Marine Corps ... I spent almost a year in the Arctic Circle before they offered me a liaison officer position at the U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi, Georgia ... .

War and Wealth: Unintended Economic Benefits for Caucasus Countries Amidst Ukraine Conflict

Eagle-Tribune 12 Apr 2023
The CEO of Clark Staff, LLC shares his experience expanding into Tbilisi, Georgia, during the regional conflict. TBILISI, GEORGIA / ACCESSWIRE / April 12, 2023 / Clark Staff, an American-owned and operated, full-service BPO company located in St. Petersburg, Florida, opened its first satellite office in Tbilisi, Georgia, last June 21, 2022 ... SOURCE ... .

On the hunt for the businessmen behind a billion-dollar scam

Joy Online 12 Apr 2023
The call was made from the offices of Solo Capitals, a purported cryptocurrency trading firm based in Georgia ... In November, BBC Eye accompanied German and Georgian police on call-centre raids in the Georgian capital Tbilisi ... He also owns a Tbilisi office block that contained some of the same tech firms.

In Search of the Georgian Dream

Truth Dig 11 Apr 2023
The government was chastised for failing to protect the media crews and allowing the protestors to ransack the office of Tbilisi Pride, an LGBT organization ... She also decided to harass me because I had dared to hold a solidarity action for Black Lives Matter in Tbilisi; she saw this as a dangerous anti-US precedent that needed to be crushed.

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