Tbilisi and Bucharest become twin cities
Tbilisi has the 22nd twin city as Georgia and Romania Monday signed a memorandum on the establishment of twin-city relations. Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze signed the document as part of a visit to Bucharest.
"Georgia would have the opportunity to cooperate with Romania in various areas, like sports, culture, urban planning, and transport,” Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said.
“Bucharest and Tbilisi have a lot in common. I hope that the deepening of relations will help us exchange our views and experiences and further cooperate,” Bucharest Mayor Nicușor Dan noted.
According to the Tbilisi City Hall, a bust of Shota Rustaveli will unveil in King Mihai I Park in Bucharest.
Kakha Kaladze attended the Qari Brand Electric Vehicle Presentation
The Mayor of Tbilisi, Kakha Kaladze, attended the presentation of the Qari brand electric vehicle and tested the vehicle himself.
Qari is an eco-friendly electric vehicle sharing service designed for quick and easy movement in urban conditions.
“Introducing environmentally friendly transport to the city is a very cool project. I mean scooters, and electric motorcycles, which are very popular. Today, Citroen brand electric vehicles have been added to them. The Municipality City Hall will support the implementation of such projects in the future as well. We communicated with the company and asked them to add bicycles to the presented transport in the future” – said Kakha Kaladze.
As the operational director of Qari Company, Jugha Sikharulidze, noted, Citroen Ami electric car emits no exhaust fumes and the maximum speed of this vehicle is 45 km/h.
A month ago, we launched the Qari vehicle sharing service in test mode. Currently, we are working at full capacity. In total, there are 60 electric vehicles in the city. Citroen Ami model is small in size, has a speed limit, which is safe for moving in the city, and also convenient for parking in the city” – said Jugha Sikharulidze.
Downloading and registering the application is a necessary condition for using the mentioned car. After using it, the car can be parked in the parking zones of the Qari application.
Turkmenistan’s presidential election are actively held in Tbilisi
On March 12, 2022, presidential elections will be held in Turkmenistan, which is an important event in the political life of the country.
On March 2, 2022, polling station N1 was opened at the Embassy of Turkmenistan in Georgia to conduct presidential elections.
Every day from 08:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m. local time, citizens of Turkmenistan who are in Georgia have the opportunity to take part in early presidential elections.
The Embassy has created all the necessary conditions for holding presidential elections at the highest level.
Online conference dedicated to Magtymguly Pyragy was held in Tbilisi
In preparation for the celebration of the 300th birthday Anniversary of the great Turkmen poet Magtymguly Pyragy, on May 17, 2021, the Embassy of Turkmenistan in Georgia held an online conference.
Representatives of Diplomatic Missions and International Organizations accredited in Georgia, the National Academy of Sciences of Georgia, the Creative Union of Writers of Georgia, as well as representatives of the media took part in this event.
The speakers noted that the creative work of the great poet-humanist Magtymguly Pyragy, which had a significant impact on the development of not only literature, but also on the spiritual life of the peoples of the East, has been translated into many languages and is the heritage of world culture.
During the conference, it was also emphasized that Turkmenistan is already actively working on preparations for the celebration of the 300th birthday anniversary of Magtymguly Pyragy.
The events planned for the forthcoming anniversary will contribute to the further study and wide popularization in the world of the richest literary heritage of the great Turkmen poet-philosopher Magtymguly Pyragy.
This event will be another step in further strengthening cultural and humanitarian ties, relations of friendship and mutual understanding between our countries and peoples.
At the end of the event, a film was shown dedicated to the great Turkmen poet Magtymguly Pyragy.
The diplomatic mission of Turkmenistan in Tbilisi organizes Futsal Tournament
On April 5, the Embassy of Turkmenistan in Georgia held a futsal tournament dedicated to the World Health Day. The competition brought together representatives of the diplomatic corps, as well as Georgian athletes.
Those speaking during the tournament opening ceremony, it was noted that 2021, declared, according to the Resolution of the UN General Assembly, the International Year of Peace and Trust, was held in Turkmenistan under the motto “Turkmenistan - Homeland of Peace and Trust”.
It was also emphasized that comprehensive work is carried out in Turkmenistan to popularize the principles of healthy lifestyle, develop sports, and strengthen international cooperation in this area.
At the end of the tournament, commemorative prizes were awarded to the winners.
Video about Neutral Turkmenistan on display in Tbilisi
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Permanent Neutrality of Turkmenistan and the International Day of Neutrality from December 9, 2020, the Embassy of Turkmenistan in Georgia on large monitors installed in the center of Tbilisi has launched a video dedicated to these significant events.
This is not the first video this year dedicated to the neutrality of Turkmenistan.
Thanks to the new video, the Georgian public can get to know more about Turkmenistan, its enormous successes in political, economic and cultural life.
The video will be displayed until 15 December 2020.