United National Movement MP
Roman Gotsiridze


1982 - Tbilisi State University, Industrial Planning

Doctor of Economic Sciences

Docent of the Department of Industry and Agrarian Economy

Professional Experience

2014 - present - Black Sea International University, professor, Head of Economic Study Center

2014 - present - Economic Development Center of Georgia, Chair

2007 - 2013 - Advisory to the President on Economic Issues, Secretary of the Economic Council

2005 - 2007 - National Bank of Georgia, President

1996 - 1998 - Private Property Protection League, President

1995 - 1996 - Investment Fund “Georgian Capital”, Supervisory Board, Chair

1993 - 1995 - Pedagogical activities

1992 - 1993 - Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Georgia

1989 - 1990 - Tbilisi State University, Docent lecturer

1987 - 1989 - Tbilisi State University, Senior Sepcialist

1984 - 1987 - Tbilisi State University, Junior Specialist

1977 - 1982 - Tbilisi State University, Student

1974 - 1976 - Military Service

Former PM of Georgia; For Georgia chairman
Giorgi Gakharia
Former President of Georgia
Giorgi Margvelashvili
Prime Minister of Georgia
Irakli Gharibashvili
Roman Gotsiridze: the organizers of the summit did not invite the representative of the executive power of Georgia, which is directly in open demarcation - the invitation of Salome Zurabishvili was a political-symbolic load
Roman Gotsiridze: The decrease of direct foreign investments reaches 64%, which is the result of Georgian Dream’s anti-Western policy
Roman Gotsiridze: Georgian Dream is served by 44 personal cars - every third deputy of the majority has a personal car funded by the Parliament
Political parties and politicians appeal to international community
Roman Gotsiridze: The exchange rate of the GEL is unmanageable - the first step to subdue this agitation is adequate actions on the part of the National Bank
Anri Okhanashvili expelled Roman Gotsiridze from the session hall
Roman Gotsiridze: Sanctions are slowly approaching the "Georgian Dream" elite
Roman Gotsiridze to "Georgian Dream": This is a Russian law, adopted by the Russian authorities, this is a direct refusal to join the European Union - they will not be elected, Ivanishvili will be sanctioned, people will go to the streets!
Roman Gotsiridze: Ivanishvili, in fact, has taken Georgia hostage - he believes that the method of attacking Europe has worked, sanctions were not imposed on him, and that is why we got the candidate status
Roman Gotsiridze: The main reason for the catastrophic demography is emigration - if there is no rapid economic growth, the situation and the government do not change, the country will be empty and we will be on the road to extinction
The Parliament listens to Ilia Darchiashvili on the issue of the participation of Georgian citizens living abroad in the elections
Mamuka Mdinaradze: Anyone who accuses Georgia of helping Russia avoid sanctions is an enemy of Georgia
Shalva Papuashvili to Roman Gotsiridze: Tell me, are you a politician of Georgia or a politician of a foreign country? Everything has a limit! - When there is a betrayal of the country's interests in the parliament hall, we will not allow it
Roman Gotsiridze: In the 12th year of "Georgian Dream" rule, the country was able to purchase an aircraft - if this had happened a few years earlier, how many lives would have been saved?
Roman Gotsiridze: When the Georgian Dream is characterized by anti-American, anti-Western and anti-Ukrainian speeches, it means taking a pro-Russian position
Roman Gotsiridze: "Georgian Dream" overturned the recommendations of the EU
Roman Gotsiridze: I consider myself a part of a big coalition - I see myself in a coalition and not in any party
Roman Gotsiridze: I think that Melia and Gvaramia will not create two parties, probably one party will be created around number 4 - I see myself in a big opposition coalition
Robin Wagener - With the law on "transparency of foreign influence", there will be no EU membership - No chance for that
Estonian Ambassador to Georgia - If we want EU membership, we should all play by the rules - The Georgian Government on the one hand says that they are moving closer to the EU, but their actions do not prove that