Mayor of Tbilisi
Kakha Kaladze

Place of birth



In 2003, he graduated from Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University, Faculty of History. He is the former captain of the Georgian national football team. Kaladze played as left and central defender. He was a member of the national football team from 1996 to 2012; From 1998 to 2001, he played for Dynamo Kyiv; 2001-2010 AC Milan; 2010-2012 Genoa. From 2012 to 2016, he was Minister of Energy / Vice Prime Minister of Georgia; In 2017, he was elected Mayor of Tbilisi. He was re-elected as Mayor in 2021.

Political Council of the Georgian Dream - Democratic Georgia party, member (2011-);

International Investment Group "Kala Capital", founder (2007-);

Parliament of Georgia of the 8th convocation, member (2012-2012);

Charitable Foundation "Kala Foundation", founder (2008-);

Supervisory Board of JSC "Progress Bank", member (2008-)

Awards and prizes

2011 - Player of the Year of Georgia;

2007 - Player of the Year of Georgia;

2005 - Player of the Year of Georgia;

2002 - Player of the Year of Georgia;

2000 - Player of the Year of Georgia;

Order of Vakhtang Gorgasali second-degree

Special Representative of the Prime Minister for Relations with Russia
Zurab Abashidze
Prime Minister of Georgia
Irakli Gharibashvili
Former PM of Georgia; For Georgia chairman
Giorgi Gakharia
Kakha Kaladze on Saakashvili's initiative: Perhaps the "National Movement" needs this to take its people who count the votes to school
Mayor of Tbilisi: You will not find any fact in nature that Kakha Kaladze has committed anything against the law
Kakha Kaladze: I don't think there is a politician in Georgia who could break up the "National Movement", except for Levan Khabeishvili
Kakha Kaladze: The rehabilitation of the road on Tsereteli Avenue has been completed and traffic has been opened in both directions - the work of arranging sidewalks and landscaping remains, which will be completed in March
Kakha Kaladze: What the opponents say about the government changes is of no essential importance, there is nothing good for them
Kakha Kaladze: It is a lie that we choose companies - if I had the right to make the decision myself, we would not have the problems that arose during the implementation of various projects
Kakha Kaladze: There have been more cases when offenders insult our employees and sometimes even touch them physically - I am not going to turn a blind eye to this, these people should be punished
Mamuka Khazaradze sued Kakha Kaladze in court
Davit Berdzenishvili: Bidzina Ivanishvili throws the net, and if one or two misses follow, he will be corrupt - I won't be surprised if Kaladze also falls into this net
Tina Bokuchava: The current anti-corruption bureau will always perform a political task, it cannot and will not investigate the corruption of high-ranking officials of the "Dream" itself
Roman Gotsiridze: It is clear that it is agreed in advance and the declarations are cleaned as much as possible - it turns out that this is the washing of the leaders of "Georgian Dream" before the elections
Kakha Kaladze: There are concrete facts and actions that are fighting against the church, faith, everything precious
Kakha Kaladze on the possible interest of investigative agencies in the rehabilitation of Tsereteli Avenue: If anyone is interested, we will respond, there is nothing to hide - it is a big lie that the State Security Service and financial police came to the City Hall
Kakha Kaladze: I have no interest and financial ability to buy "Dinamo" - as for the construction of buildings at the Dighomi training base, I would not advise anyone to demolish the base - as long as I am the mayor of the capital, such a decision will not be made
The anti-corruption bureau made a decision to check the property declarations of 300 officials, including the prime minister, ministers, Irakli Kobakhidze and Kakha Kaladze
Levan Khabeishvili to Kaladze: I am ready to come to the next session of the City Council and ask you questions that concern the people of Tbilisi, answer the people if you have the courage - come Kakhi, are you a cool guy? Come and destroy the opposition
Mamuka Mdinaradze on the opposition: They were silent when they knew that the work on Tsereteli was not progressing as it should, they shouted when the problem was solved strictly and they realized that the promise was being fulfilled
Kakha Kaladze: We have challenges in the construction sector, there is a problem of qualified labor - contractor companies often have shortcomings and a lot of fines are written
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USAID Mission Director John Pennell: “The United States and Georgia share the same objective of a more secure, prosperous, and democratic Georgia that is firmly integrated with the West”