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

President of Georgia
Salome Zurabishvili
Speaker of Parliament of Georgia
Shalva Papuashvili
Former PM of Georgia; For Georgia chairman
Giorgi Gakharia
Kakha Kaladze: There was no political message in the New Year's slogan - what should we do friends, not wish for peace? Shouldn't we send this cherished wish from Tbilisi to all the countries of the world?
Kakha Kaladze: The clans of Kezerashvili and Merabishvili are fighting between each other to take the reins of the National Movement
Additional exits to be arranged in the metro stations Akhmeteli Theater, Didube, Delisi, and Technical University
Kakha Kaladze: I would like to once again call on the radical opposition to end the deepening of polarization and to get involved in the implementation of the recommendations of the European Commission
Kakha Kaladze on European Parliament resolution: It has no value - a certain group of people doesn't want a government that is a patriot of its country
Kakha Kaladze: There is chaos in the National Movement, they are fighting with each other
Kakha Kaladze: It can be directly said that this resolution has no value due to its content
Part of the opposition left the Tbilisi City Council session in a protest
The head of the Infrastructure Development Service of Tbilisi City Hall resigns
Kakha Kaladze: Bidzina Ivanishvili is a philanthropist, patriot and he has nothing to do with deoligarchization
Giorgi Tkemaladze responds to the opposition's request and states that there is no need for Kakha Kaladze to attend the extraordinary session of the City Council
Kakha Kaladze: The Municipal Inspection revealed 3 construction sites in Tbilisi, where safety rules were violated, and all three of them were fined 30 thousand GEL
In connection with the Vake Park tragedy, 5 opposition parties and independent deputies of Tbilisi City Assembly summon Kakha Kaladze to an extraordinary session of the Assembly
Kakha Kaladze instructs the city services and administrations to inspect the completed works of the company, which is accused of falsification of a document concerning the Vake Park fountain
Kakha Kaladze: I am ready to be held accountable before the law with full rigor, if even the slightest guilt of mine is revealed
Kakha Kaladze: It is a pity that there are still people in Georgian politics who try to use such a tragedy for their political ends
Tension near Tbilisi City Hall as the opposition deputies of the Municipal Assembly are trying to enter the building, which the security guards do not allow
Mikheil Daushvili: We demand to start working on the creation of an anti-corruption agency, and we call on Mr. Kaladze, instead of a PR campaign, to come to the Municipal Assembly and answer the questions
Peace Corps Volunteers are returning to Georgia - Interview with Rebecca Sharp, the Regional Director for Europe, Mediterranean, and Asia for the Peace Corps
Koka Katsitadze: The Reform was justified; we can confidently say that the Special Investigation Service has more capacity to ensure effective investigation