On 24 April, 2018, EU-Georgia Business Council held conference titled RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT – THE WAY FOR SECURING ENERGY INDEPENDENCE.
The event was opened by the Secretary General of the EU-Georgia Business Council, Zviad Chumburidze together with Regional Director of BP, Chris Schlueter. Carlo Natale, Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to Georgia, also delivered opening speech. Representatives of about 80 local and foreign companies, as well as, representatives of the relevant Governmental Bodies, experts and diplomats participated in the conference.
During the working session, attendees discussed prospects of Renewable Energy in Georgia, including wind, solar and hydro power development. EUGBC member and partner energy companies presented its ongoing and future specific energy projects in Georgia. Energy conference was held with the support of the companies BP, ხარიზმა/Kharizma Sarajishvili and Norwegian company “Hexagon”. Continue reading
Gvinadze & Partners pleased to announce its top-tier ranking in key business law categories such as Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Construction and Projects of the newly released Legal500 rankings for the region. The firm is widely known and praised as the highest quality legal service provider in Georgia since the inception of its legacy GCG Law Office over two decades ago. Managing Partner Nick Gvinadze, who happens to be the earliest-ranked Georgian lawyer with consistent top-tier ranking by all lead legal directories, is listed in Legal500’s “Hall of Fame,” and partners Sophie Panjikidze and Zakaria Shvelidze are also recommended.
“Winery Khareba”is established upon the ancient traditions. The company works over maintenance of the unique vine culture and wine making both using ancient methods and modern technologies; consequently, the Company produces high quality wines.
According to the modern market and technological developments, “Winery Khareba” reorganized and considerably improved technical equipment of the winery. The Company owns the land plot of 1000 hectare where unique Georgian and European vine species are cultivated and, accordingly, where the high quality wines are produced. Wines are made in Kakheti, Imereti and Racha-Lechkhumi.
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Executive Director of EU-Georgia Business Giorgi Kacharava took part at the 3rd meeting of the EU-Georgia Civil Society Platform held on March 22, 2018 at the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (Rondeli Foundation).
The EU-Georgia Civil Society Platform was established under the Article 412 of the Georgia-EU Association Agreement. It aims to monitor the implementation of the Agreement and make the recommendations for the Georgia-EU Association Council and other relevant institutions of the governments and parliaments of European Union and Georgia.
The opening remarks were made by the Co-chairs of the EU-Georgia CSP: Kakha Gogolashvili, Director of the EU Studies Center and Andrzej Adamczyk, Member of the European Social and Economic Committee.
H.E. Mikheil Janelidze, Vice PM, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and H.E. Janos Herman, Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia assessed the state of play in the implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement.