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Visa-Free Travel to China for Georgian Citizens to Start on May 28

Starting May 28, 2024, Georgian citizens will be able to travel to China without a visa for up to 30 days. This development follows the completion of the necessary procedures for a bilateral agreement on visa exemption signed on April 10, 2024, between the governments of Georgia and the People's Republic of China.


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The European Parliament resolution on visa liberalization has no significance - Irakli Kobakhidze

“As for the entry on the liberalization of the visa regime, which was included in the European Parliament resolution, it has exactly the same price as the entry on LGBT propaganda and the demand for the release of Saakashvili. All this has no price,” he said Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Kobakhidze, commenting on the latest resolution of the European Parliament regarding Georgia.


Biden signs new military aid package to Ukraine into law

US President Joe Biden signed a law providing for the allocation of a new package of military assistance to Ukraine totaling $60.64 billion. Previously, the corresponding bill was approved by the House of Representatives and the Senate of the US Congress.


Tato Grigalashvili won the European Judo Championship

At the current European Judo Championships in Zagreb, Georgian athlete Tato Grigalashvili (81 kg) won a gold medal.


Tbilisi to Build New 70,000-Seater Stadium for Football and Rugby

A new stadium designed to accommodate 70,000 spectators will be constructed in Tbilisi, announced Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze during a government meeting today. The stadium will cater primarily to football and rugby events and is expected to meet the highest international standards.