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Transcript of Georgia
Georgia appears to be one of the most traditional and controvertially attractive countries with its totally unique architecture, polyphonic music, fiery dances, delicious wine and a wide variety of cuisine. The country is historically located on the threshold of Europe and Asia.It has witnessed everlasting wars and political unrest.Though Georgia has survived with its ancient culture, traditions, and values.
Georgia and European Union
Georgia and NATO
Nowadays, Georgia is one of the richest countries in the world with its cultural monument., Georgia is featured for old and unique faces of churches. Here we can meet the churches with dates V century.
The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral is one of the most venerated places of worship for Georgian Orthodox Christians.
The most known Georgian dishes are : khinkali, mtsvadi, khachapuri, ghomi, adjika, etc.
The Georgian cuisine is one of the distinguished and rich in the entire world.
The Georgian table is unimaginable without wine .Traditional drinks are beer and Georgian vodka.
The Georgian visit card is Churchkhela.
The New Year is unimaginable without Gozinakhi and Satsivi.
Georgia’s every part has its own typical song, such as “Mravaljamieri”, “Krimanchuli”, “Chakrulo”, “Svanuri” , “Afxazuri“ and so on.
When you watch these dances you feel something incredible, you see the breathtaking show, as if you are the witness of the heroic deeds, strong friendship, sacrifice or love story.
Great attention is paid to the resort - tourist complex, which had previously served each year 2 million people.
The main branches of Georgia's economy are : agriculture (tea, citrus fruits, tobacco, wine), mechanical engineering, metallurgy, hydropower.
Relations between the European Union and Georgia started in 1992
The European Commission opened its Delegation to Georgia in 1995.
Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) was concluded in 1996
The inclusion of Georgia in the European Neighborhood policy on 14 June 2004 marked a significant step forward in EU – Georgian relations.
In spring 2009, the EU launched the Eastern Partnership with the objective of supporting political and socio-economic reforms in Georgia
In 1992 Georgia became a member of the North Atlantic Cooperation Council and joined the Partnership for Peace (PFP) program.
In 1996 Georgia elaborated and submitted to NATO the first Individual Partnership Program.
In March of 1999, Georgia joined the Planning and Review Process (PARP) of the Partnership for Peace Program.
In March of 2001, regular political consultations with the NATO International Agency became a part of the practice, which is of great practical importance to Georgia.
Already 10 years Georgia is involved in peaceful action in Afghanistan.
In 2008 during the election Georgians voted the participation in NATO.
On April 3, 2008 on Bucharest Summit the Alliance made decision that Georgia will become NATO member country.
The legislative body of Elections (2012) - The 8th Parliament elections, which took place on 1 October 2012. This was the first election in the history of independent Georgia, in which the ruling party was defeated.
Presidential Elections 2013 - The sixth presidential elections in Georgia. Held on October 27, 2013
In elections of the legislative body of Georgia winner was "Georgian Dream"
Elected President: Giorgi Margvelashvili
The Revolution of Roses was a change of power in Georgia in November 2003, which took place after widespread protests over the disputed parliamentary elections. As a result, President Eduard Shevardnadze was forced to resign on November 23, 2003.