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Georgian cuisine has long been celebrated for its unique flavors and hearty dishes, and now the world is taking notice. According to a recent ranking by tasteatlas.com, Georgia's beloved khachapuri has claimed the 7th spot on the list of the world's best cheese dishes.Region
Amid high inflation and increased pressure on the banking sector, there are fewer opportunities for long-term consumer loans. According to experts, the regulator has acknowledged the possibility of reducing the refinancing rate, but is not in a hurry, despite the market's concerns about the dangers of deflationary fluctuations.
South Africa asked Vladimir Putin not to come to the BRICS summit, but to participate via Zoom. Sunday Times reports.
Another Georgian fighter died in Ukraine. The name of the deceased is Mikheil Mazanashvili, he was 29 years old, originally from the Gori municipality. In recent years, Mazanashvili lived in Ukraine, where he had a family.
Ukraine is wrapping up preparations for a counteroffensive against Russian forces and is largely ready for it to go ahead, Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov said on Friday.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that the success of the Ukrainian counter-offensive depends on the volume and timing of the supply of Western weapons. However, he warned that the war could go on for years and even decades.
Georgian athlete Luka Maisuradze won a gold medal at the World Judo Championship, which takes place in the capital of Qatar, Doha. Maisuradze won in the weight category up to 90 kg.
Armenia and Azerbaijan accuse each other of opening fire. It is reported by Deutsche Welle.According to Baku, one Azerbaijani serviceman was wounded as a result of the shelling. According to Yerevan, Azerbaijani forces opened fire on the settlement in the direction of Sotq. According to the Armenian side, two soldiers were injured.
For the first time in history, two Georgians, Luka Maisuradze and Lasha Bekauri, reached the final of the World Judo Championship in Doha, Qatar, in the weight category up to 90 kilograms.
ICR Group, a prominent player in the retail business in Georgia, has announced its plans to extend its operations to neighboring countries, Azerbaijan and Armenia. As revealed by Kakha Khazaradze, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of ICR Group, the expansion is expected to commence in 2024, allowing the group to introduce its brands to these new markets. This move signifies a significant investment and necessitates the establishment of appropriate infrastructure.