Strategy Builder chairman
Giorgi Vashadze


Harvard Business School - Leadership Development Program. He holds two degrees - in Public Administration from the Georgian Technical University and a degree in Law from Tbilisi State University

Professional Experience

2012 - Member of the Parliament of Georgia;

Member of the United National Movement faction;

Deputy Chairman of the Finance and Budget Committee with a minority quota;

Member of the Education, Science and Culture Committee of the Parliament of Georgia;

Member of the Temporary Commission of the Parliament of Georgia on Auditing Quality Control and Internal Control Procedures

2020 - Member of the Parliament of Georgia;

Successful projects implemented

2005 - Civil Registry System Reform;

2010 - Introduction of biometric passports;

2011 - House of Justice (every service in one space);

2011 - ID Cards;

2011 - E-health system;

2011 - E-Government;

2012 - Computer Literacy Society;

2012 - Electronic signature;

2012 - Community Center Development Project

European Georgia chairman
Giga Bokeria
Special Representative of the Prime Minister for Relations with Russia
Zurab Abashidze
Speaker of Parliament of Georgia
Shalva Papuashvili
Giorgi Vashadze: The task of all of us is to win in this process and sanctions should not be imposed on the Georgian people - sanctions should be imposed on those traitors led by Ivanishvili, who falsify the will of the Georgian people
Giorgi Vashadze: Bidzina Ivanishvili is an incompetent dictator who again devoted his entire speech to threats, threatening the Georgian people, everyone who does not consider his opinion - he said, not the European Union, but - Bidzina
The Legal Affairs Committee of the Parliament supported the draft law "On transparency of foreign influence" in the second reading
Giorgi Vashadze: Deputies of the majority are going to provocation in order to expel opposition members of parliament from the session
Giorgi Vashadze: The whole country knows that they will bring people by force tomorrow, they are blackmailing people, they will fire them from their jobs
Giorgi Vashadze: If Gharibashvili, Papuashvili, Kobakhidze and Ivanishvili do not want to join the European Union, it is understandable, but they cannot make us want the same!
Giorgi Vashadze: After the resolution of the European Parliament, we faced the harshest reality - in fact, all the works that the Georgian people of different generations have are being thrown into the water
Giorgi Vashadze: The law on "transparency of foreign influence" is Russian because with this law, Georgia will not have a chance to become a EU member
Levan Khabeishvili: Unfortunately, the government is doing everything to take away the European future from the Georgian people - we will go to big cities and we will have a discussion about why this law is Russian
Giorgi Vashadze: It was the hardest thing to listen to the discussion in the European Parliament, to listen to the statements that visa-free travel, candidate status may be revised, that sanctions may be considered
Giorgi Vashadze: I am addressing Ivanishvili, Kobakhidze, Mdinaradze - who are you holding the rally for? Are you going against your own people? You are afraid, you are weak
Giorgi Vashadze: Today there is a very specific demand - to withdraw the law and hold accountable those law enforcers who committed illegal actions against the protesters
Due to the confrontation between the majority and the opposition MPs, the session of the Parliament was temporarily suspended
Giorgi Vashadze on the draft law "On transparency of foreign influence": this law is directed against partners, civil sector, in the direction of suppressing independent opinion, and not for the development of Georgia
Giorgi Vashadze: Yes to the European Union, no to the Russian law - the united, strong Georgian nation will definitely enter the European Union
Giorgi Vashadze: Closing the door of the European Union for Georgia "means locking Georgia in a never-ending swamp"
Giorgi Vashadze on the draft law "On Transparency of Foreign Influence" - "Georgian Dream" clearly stated that it does not want the EU
Giorgi Vashadze: I oppose the abolition of women's quotas - it is utopian to put artificially created topics on the agenda
Steven Blockmans: If Georgia misses the opportunity to get closer to the EU, it will take a long time to repair the damage caused by the autocratic regime