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Old April 16th, 2010, 12:18 PM   #1
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Georgian Winemaking Hub Uses Grapes to Increase Milk Supplies
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In Georgia, even the cows thrive on grapes. A new grape-derived cow feed appears to have boosted milk production in Georgia’s central winemaking region, Kakheti, in a project with potential implications for elsewhere in the developing world.

The Swedish International Development Agency project, managed by development consultants GRM International, used winemaking waste - known as grape pomace, or chacha in Georgian - to make a protein-rich cow feed that increases milk output.

Grape pomace has been fed to cattle and sheep outside Georgia for centuries, but traditionally as an emergency feed during droughts or simply to fill up cows’ stomachs. Most cows cannot digest grape seed, so the milk-friendly protein the pomace contains is wasted.

Not so with Georgian cows, it appears.

Giorgi Khatishvili, the project’s senior dairy expert, said that local farmers who took part in the 100-cow study were initially wary about the feed. Now, they are asking for more.

"From the beginning, they said that cows don’t like this, it is useless," Khatishvili said. "But when the cows, step by step, tested this product, they liked it."

The chacha used, however, has no alcohol content - unlike the potent Georgian vodka of the same name. Rather, the feed was entirely teetotaler-friendly: 60-percent grape pomace, 30-percent apple pomace and 10-percent straw.

Winter milk production levels among the project’s chacha cows increased by about 30 percent (from 4 liters per day to 5.3 liters per day), said Ioseb Labauri, head of Kakheti’s Zemo Khodasheni dairy association.

That still keeps Georgian production levels way off the international average of 30 to 35 liters per day, however.

(The number can vary depending on feed and type of cattle.)

But any increase in milk output with little or no corresponding increase in costs could prove significant for other developing countries as well, scientists note.

Georgian farmers usually rely on three-lari (about $1.71) per day per cow for hay to supplement winter diets, project representatives said. The hay keeps cows full, but does nothing for milk production.

Relying on grape pomace - readily available in Kakheti - lets farmers increase production without paying more. Similar experiments with apple pomace and corn stalks and leaves are also underway.

Reasons for the Georgian grape pomace’s success are not yet clear; project managers hypothesize that Georgian grapes themselves may have qualities that makes them more digestible for cows. Their combination with other ingredients in the feed could also play a role.

The feed’s creator, Ron Leng, an emeritus professor of nutritional biochemistry at Australia’s University of New England in New South Wales, could not be reached for comment.

The ultimate test, however, is yet to come. GRM International is still waiting on data to verify how digestible the grape-pomace feed is for Georgian cows.

Until those results are in, agricultural research scientists contacted by EurasiaNet.org were reluctant to pass judgement on the chacha feed. But if shown to be "highly digestible," noted Dr. Peter Robinson, a dairy cattle research specialist at University of California-Davis, the grape-pomace feed could have "worldwide importance and application."
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Georgia: Tbilisi Mourns Polish President Kaczynski’s Death

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The tragic death of Polish President Lech Kaczynski and other top Polish officials in an airliner crash outside of the Russian city of Smolensk is striking an emotional chord in Georgia. Kaczynski had been one of Georgia’s top boosters for membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili declared April 11 an official day of mourning for Kaczynski and declared the 60-year-old late president a "national hero of Georgia." The airliner crash occurred on April 10.

"If I had to name [a person] who played an amazing role in terms of fighting for Georgia’s freedom, for Georgia’s future, I would put President Kaczynski very high in that gallery," Saakashvili said during an April 10 interview on CNN.

At a NATO summit in 2008, Kaczynski led an effort to secure a pledge that Georgia and Ukraine should eventually be admitted to the Atlantic Alliance. Kaczynski also was one of several Central European government leaders who traveled to Tbilisi to show solidarity with Georgia during its disastrous 2008 war with Russia.

Enthusiasm within NATO for Georgian membership has dropped considerably since the 2008 war. France and Germany are reportedly opposed to the idea, while the Baltic States and Central European alliance members remain open to the concept. US opinion is cooler now than it was prior to the Georgian-Russian war, although Washington continues to be one of Tbilisi’s most important suppliers of strategic assistance.

Poland’s NATO policy in the wake of the Smolensk tragedy is not expected to change significantly. Even so, Kaczynski’s absence as a cheerleader for Georgian membership already appears to be delivering a hard blow to the Saakashvili administration. Georgian officials could not be reached to comment on how they see Kaczynski’s death affecting their campaign to secure NATO membership. Russia is adamantly opposed to the idea of Georgia being a NATO member.

Georgia is now the only former Soviet state actively seeking NATO membership. On April 2, Ukraine, which recently elected a pro-Russian president, disbanded a government commission charged with overseeing the country’s NATO integration efforts.

In Georgia, Deputy State Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Elene Khoshtaria acknowledged that under existing geopolitical conditions, Georgia cannot expect to gain NATO membership in the near term. "We are not expecting a decision this year. ... And it is not something that either frustrates us or disappoints us at this point," Khoshtaria said.

In recent years, Georgia’s and Ukraine’s NATO membership bids had come to be seen as connected. Giorgi Kandelaki, head of the Georgian delegation to the Georgia-NATO Inter-Parliamentary Council and a deputy chairman of the Georgian parliament’s Foreign Relations Committee, emphasized that Tbilisi remained determined to demonstrate its individual commitment the alliance, he said. At present, Georgia has two battalions serving under US and French command, and currently ranks as the largest per capita contributor to the alliance’s force in Afghanistan.

"We don’t want to be just consumers; we are ready and we have demonstrated that we are contributors, too." Kandelaki said.
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Old April 16th, 2010, 02:33 PM   #3
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There is HEAPS going on in Georgia. Should get some of the Georgian members to come help in this thread.
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Old April 16th, 2010, 02:57 PM   #4
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Is HEAPS an acronym? If yes, what does it mean?
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Old April 17th, 2010, 01:43 AM   #5
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haha, no I was just saying there is a lot of stuff going on.
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My first thought was, "Why is the US state of Georgia here in the Asian forum?" Doh!
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Just for the sake of clarification, this thread needs to be renamed to Republic of Georgia, to avoid the initial shock and confusion of some.
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Okay, I'll request it to NihonKitty.

There are many Georgian Forumers in the main SSC projects and Construction Forum.
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Old April 17th, 2010, 04:57 AM   #9
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They should get their own forum too. The Tbilisi projects and construction in the main forum had over 1000 posts.
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Old April 17th, 2010, 02:39 PM   #10
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Thanks for the updates guys

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Video about Peacebridge opening: Watch this video http://www.1k-tv.com/index-3-newsinfo-4125

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До официального открытия в Тбилиси «Моста Мира» остается совсем немного – один месяц. Его строительство началось в ноябре прошлого года. Он должен соединить Сионскую набережную с площадью Рике. «Мост Мира» представляет собой застекленную металлическую конструкцию весом 700 тонн. Его длина составляет 156 метров. Автором оригинальной конструкции, которая несет скорее эстетическую функцию, является известный архитектор Микеле де Лучи. Накануне он был награжден президентским орденом «Сияние». Де Лучи создал в Грузии проекты резиденции главы государства и нового здания МВД. С ходом реализации очередного проекта архитектора сегодня ознакомится президент Михаил Саакашвили.
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New pedestrian Peace Bridge has been thrown across Mtkvari River in Georgian capital Tbilisi. The iron and glass construction connects Old Tbilisi with a new district and will likely turn into a symbol of contemporary architecture on the Georgian capital. Along with President Mikheil Saakashvili, Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava and author of the bridge - Italian architect Michele De Lucchi - arrived Friday at Europe Square for presentation of the bridge.
The architect says, during the last four years, he has seen some initiatives in Tbilisi, implementation of which may put the Georgian capital in the list of the world`s innovator cities.
Mikheil Saakashvili thanked Michele De Lucchi as well as Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava for the good work done in the city. He said, all the goals the government sets, should be successfully achieved and the Georgian capital turn into the most beautiful European city.
`Today, on the day of national integrity of the Georgian people, we are symbolically opening this bridge, connecting not only two shores, but next generations as well and nobody will be able to break it down. This bridge is a symbol of Georgia`s way from the past to the better future. This is a bridge between Georgia`s great history and the present times. This bridge also embodies the most important thing in the concept and style of our governance - transparency, mobility, purposefulness and modernity that conform with the contemporary world. The greatest thinker of the 20th century, Winston Churchill, once said, `We shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us`. Today whole Georgia is a construction field, contemporary Georgian architecture is being created and I would like to stress, that this is not imitation of anyone and something copied or stolen from anyone, it`s just Georgia that is becoming a part of the contemporary civilization`, the president said.
http://rustavi2.com/news/news_text.p...main&ct=0&wth=



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Каждый, кто проезжает мимо Площади Героев в Тбилиси, задается вопросом: Что тут строят и когда можно будет увидеть результат? Чтобы выяснить, что происходит в самом центре столицы Грузии, наш корреспондент отправилась на стройку.
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Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili viewed the construction works on a new overpass in the centre of the capital, which aims to ease traffic in Tbilisi`s central avenue by connecting several districts with a shorter road. Tbilisi mayor Gigi Ugulava accompanied the president and reported the process of the construction on the Hero Square today. Mayor said several entertainment objects would be arranged along the new trestle within the infrastructure development project.
The first phase of the construction will be over in April.
From the Hero Square, the president and the mayor went to the Davit Aghmashenebeli Avenue to view other construction works, which are underway.
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I think they mean the hole Rike park The bridge is only one part of the Rike project
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whoa didn't know india and philippines were interested
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@India101, there are threads that the Georgian forumers could actively post and discuss;

New international airport in Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi/თბილისი - The capital of Georgia (Caucasia) **Gallery**


Georgia Economic Thread

Tbilisi, Georgia

Kutaisi/ქუთაისი - The 2nd largest city in Georgia (Caucasia) **Gallery**
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Old April 17th, 2010, 02:58 PM   #13
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whoa didn't know india and philippines were interested
Yeah, we welcome everyone to be more active here discussing updates and developments in Georgia.

By the way, we welcome you here, kechxo
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Old April 20th, 2010, 09:53 AM   #14
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Nice thread I hope it will growing like the Tbilisi and Batumi construction threads
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Yeah..we want more Georgian forumers to actively participate here..
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Georgia: Tbilisi Prepares to Trademark National Dish
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Officials in Georgia hope that obtaining trademark protection for khachapuri, the cheese-filled Georgian pastry that has a lip-smacking fan base throughout the former Soviet Union, can help open new markets in the United States and Western Europe for Georgian cuisine and food products.

Generally a much thinner and much larger cousin of the calzone, khachapuri -- like many other Georgian foods - have inspired rampant imitation throughout the former Soviet Union. In Ukraine and Russia, for example, mushrooms and meat are often added to the pastry, an act most Georgians consider akin to blasphemy.

The Georgian government hopes that a draft law now in the works at the National Intellectual Property Center will help establish a global reputation for khachapuri, and clear the way for Georgia to receive due international credit for the salty cheese pies that are a staple of its cuisine.

Under the law, Georgia would adopt the European Union’s Traditional Specialty Guaranteed (TSG) trademark protection system, which certifies that agricultural products or foodstuffs are produced using location-specific ingredients and traditional processing methods. No creative liberties would be allowed.

The Ministry of Agriculture is expected to submit the law to parliament by the end of the year.

The TSG certification would not keep producers outside Georgia from churning out khachapuri-wanna-be products, but it would forbid them from calling the foreign pastries khachapuri, unless they make use of ingredients and preparation processes specified by Georgia’s National Intellectual Property Center.

Getting countries to honor the TSG requirements for khachapuri would depend on bilateral agreements. Georgia has such an agreement with Ukraine and plans to strike up a similar deal with the European Union that would allow extending TSG protection rules to all 27 members of the bloc.

"This may not produce an immediate benefit for Georgian farmers or the economy, but in the long run, it will help secure the good reputation of Georgian food," Agriculture Minister Bakur Kvezereli told EurasiaNet.org.

Not only khachapuri would benefit from the trademark protection. Similar certification would also extend to other Georgian dishes, including suluguni, a sourish, salty cheese that is the key ingredient for khachapuri, and to tkemali, a sour plum sauce served alongside beef or as part of other dishes.

So far, wine has been the main focus of the Georgian government’s certification activities; 18 brands for export bear certifications linking their characteristics and reputation to their Georgian origin.

Expecting Russia to honor any such trademark protection may be an idle hope. Moscow banned the import of Georgian agricultural products in 2006, but the Russian capital’s Georgian restaurants still reportedly retain their popularity. [For details see the Eurasia Insight archive].

Government officials in Tbilisi entertain visions of Georgian food and drink becoming as popular at ethnic restaurants in the United States or Western Europe as they currently are in Russia. Plans are being developed for an intergovernmental agreement with the United States that would recognize trademarks for Georgia’s organic fruit and vegetables, as well as for khachapuri, according to Minister Kvezereli.

Darra Goldstein, author of "The Georgian Feast," a 1993 compendium of Georgian recipes and food traditions, believes that Georgian food has a chance to catch on in the United States.

"I have thought for years that someone should open khachapuri stands in the United States -- they could be the next wave of designer pizzas, and khinkali [a Georgian dumpling] the next new ravioli," Goldstein, founder of the Massachusetts-based food journal Gastronomica, emailed EurasiaNet.org. "But, at least in the States, Georgian cuisine is not particularly well known, except in cities where a large number of Georgians or Russians have settled, such as New York and Los Angeles."

Several restaurants in the United States offer Georgian food of varying quality, but often included as part of a hodgepodge of ex-Soviet cuisines targeted at recent immigrants. To make Georgian food popular in the United States, Georgia needs to bring in more American tourists, Goldstein advised. "That is how Italian food became so popular here (as late as the 1960s it was disdained, but then people started traveling to Tuscany, and attitudes changed)," she wrote. "The same thing happened with Thai food."

Twentieth-century Georgian ethnographer Tedo Sakhokia traced khachapuri’s origins to medieval Georgia’s northwestern mountains. As the pastry’s popularity spread over time, various regions produced their own variations, ranging from a boat-shaped bread with a lavish cheese-and-egg topping to a calzone-style pie with hard-boiled eggs inside.

Georgian bakers interviewed by EurasiaNet.org expressed surprise that khachapuri has not spread to American consumers, as well. One Tbilisi baker cautioned, though, that preparing the perfect khachapuri involves more than just mixing the right ingredients.

"You can make it in America, but things like khachapuri are not just about sticking to the recipe, adding this much salt or water, "said baker Nana Tsanava. "It takes these and this," she said, pointing to her hands and heart, respectively.
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Tbilisi Med Univ to admit more Indian students
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Tiruchirapalli, Apr 23 : The Tbilisi State Medical University, Georgia, offering six year under-graduate medical course (MBBS) would admit a large number of Indian students, in conformity with the norms of the Medical Council of India, according to University Deputy Rector and Professor of Pathology Rima Beriashvili.

During a spot admission session here yesterday, she said presently about 500 Indian students were there in the university which has a strength of about 8,000 students, including 5,000 in under-graduate cources and 750 faculty members.

As many as 20 eligible candidates were given offer letters by the Rector of the University Zurab Vadachkoria, she said, adding 30 students were given similar offer letters at Salem and Erode.

She said spot admission sessions would be held in Madurai, Nagercoil, Thiruvananthapuram, Tirunelveli, Vellore and Chennai over the next few days.
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