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Embassy and University of Colorado promote youth innovation and entrepreneurship in Georgia (April 29)

On April 29 at the US Embassy, Georgian high school students from the Koda settlement outside Tbilisi held their first video conference on innovation and entrepreneurship with American business students from the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs.  The goal of the digital meeting was to begin introducing Georgian youth to contemporary innovation concepts and ...
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US EUCOM EOD Engineers train Georgian MoD for Humanitarian Demining (April 29)

US Army Europe, European Command 702nd Ordnance Company engineers SFC Henderson, SSG Shuler, SGT Combs and SGT Lowery continue to train Georgian Engineer Brigade EOD soldiers. Yesterday, MAJ Colin Thompson from ODC Tbilisi, Mr. Eric Han from the US Embassy, military attaches of four countries, and Mr. William Lahue head of the NATO Liaison Office, ...
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Readout of the Vice President’s Meeting with Mayor Vitaly Klychko of Kyiv, Ukraine (April 27)

Vice President Joe Biden met at the White House today with Vitaly Klychko, the Mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine. The Vice President and Mayor discussed the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and the vital importance of implementing reforms in Ukraine. Mayor Klychko outlined reforms undertaken in Kyiv over the last year to improve transparency in public procurement ...
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USDA training for Ministry of Agriculture officials fortifies Georgian economy USDA (April 11 – 25)

In April, two officials from the National Food Agency of Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia received two weeks of training in international trans-boundary animal diseases in New York.  The training, which includes observation of clinical symptoms and conducting hands-on necropsies, provides the most comprehensive and practical way to study the diseases with the most impact ...
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U.S. Speaker Jason DaSilva inspires disability access mapping activity in Tbilisi (April 25)

As part of Embassy Tbilisi’s efforts to erase the stigma of people with disabilities and help the disabled lead fuller lives, Public Affairs invited filmmaker Jason DaSilva to discuss his film “When I Walk” and introduce ways to help the disabled.  As part of the program, on April 25 Mr. DaSilva and Public Affairs partnered ...
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