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Tourism News from GeorgiaAs of July 10, 15:00 Tbilisi time, Georgia (excluding occupied regions) has confirmed 376,000 cases of the novel coronavirus. In addition, 41 infected Georgian citizens have been repatriated to Georgia for treatment. 358,227 patients recovered and 5,443 died. The number of active cases stands at 12,504. Currently, 77 people are kept in an 8-day mandatory […]The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund approved a disbursement of USD 200 million for budget support to “help Georgia meet urgent balance of payments and fiscal needs” prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.The Board also concluded reviewing the sixth review of Georgia’s economic reform program, paving the way for increasing Fund’s total assets available […]Russian Economy Minister German Gref,Georgian Speaker Nino Burjanadze andPresident Saakashvili at the economic forumGeorgian authorities, who hosted the largest-ever Georgian-Russian economic forum in Tbilisi on May 28-29, opened doors to Russian investments but vowed that no strategic facilities will be sold to any foreign investors.Upwards of a hundred leading Russian businessmen, including representatives from energy […]Welcome back! The Daily Dispatch is our editorial take on the past day’s news. You can subscribe here to get it in your mailbox. Click to write to us! We’d love to hear your ideas and opinions. Giorgi Tskhakaia has been browsing the news for you.TESTING TIMES Under the beating summer sun, thousands of test-takers have flocked to […]
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Kvariati (Georgian: კვარიათი) is a village in Georgia, situated on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. It is part of Khelvachauri Municipality and a seaside resort, visited annually by Georgians and many former Soviet Union residents. It is inhabited by the Laz subgroup of Georgians.
Tskaltubo (Georgian: წყალტუბო) is a spa resort in west-central Georgia. It is located at around 42°20′23″N 42°35′57″E. It is the main town of the Tsqaltubo Municipality of the Imereti province. It is famous for its radon-carbonate mineral springs, whose natural temperature of 33–35 °C (91–95 °F) enables the water to be used without preliminary heating.
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