Former PM of Georgia; For Georgia chairman
Giorgi Gakharia

Place of birth

Tbilisi

Education

1994 - Graduated from the Faculty of History of Tbilisi State University.

1994-2000 - Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Political Science - Master of Political Science;

2002-2004 - Lomonosov Moscow State University, Higher Business School - Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Professional Experience

May 2004 - November 2008 - SFK Group - General Manager;

September 2006-May 2009 - Invited Lecturer in Applied Biotechnology, Moscow State University;

November 2008 - February 2013 - Lufthansa Service Holding AG. LSG, Frankfurt am Main, Germany GR & Business Development Director for Eastern Europe, CIS countries and the Russian Federation;

March 2013 - July 2016 - Business Ombudsman of Georgia;

December 2014 - September 2016 - Secretary of the Economic Council;

November 27, 2016 - November 13, 2017 - Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia;

November 13, 2017 - Vice Prime Minister of Georgia, Minister of Internal Affairs;

From September 8, 2019 to February 18, 2021 - Prime Minister of Georgia

Public Defender of Georgia
Nino Lomjaria
Minister of Justice of Georgia
Rati Bregadze
Prime Minister of Georgia
Irakli Gharibashvili
Khatia Dekanoidze: I call this recording immoral, just like the previous one, all recordings are unacceptable - it's a disaster when an agenda is created by recordings
Giuli Alasania on secret recordings: I do not confirm it, there has not been such a thing in nature
Giorgi Gakharia: Everyone is in the captivity of two men who are against each other, half of Georgia shouts - freedom for Misha! The second half - long live Bidzina!
Giorgi Gakharia: If Bidzina thinks that he said "I left politics" – in order to stay in politics – and that he does not have responsibility any longer, he is very wrong
Giorgi Gakharia on 5 Georgian fighters killed in Ukraine: They represent the Georgian people and its unyielding spirit, not the current Vichy government of Georgia
IRI: If parliamentary elections were held this week, 25% would vote for Georgian Dream and 12% for National Movement
Gia Volski: A large part of society has forgotten Gakharia's existence in the political field, and he can only attract attention by such "braying"
Ana Buchukuri: Bidzina Ivanishvili had a formal position and it was Ivanishvili who signed the document appointing Gakharia as Prime Minister
Soso Gogashvili speaks about cooperation of Georgian and Russian special services to circumvent sanctions
Former GD MPs: The special efforts of the US embassy are directed against the law enforcement structures and the rule of law of Georgia
Mamuka Khazaradze: Gakharia and Gharibashvili's governments caused the greatest damage to Georgia - you were saying that you were going to build a port in Poti, did you do it? If we had Anaklia today, we would be a completely different country
Georgian Dream departees: Kelly Degnan speaks to us through the messages made up by National Movement - the Embassy cannot stand the sovereign government of Georgia
According to the opposition, after the court upheld the lawsuit of Georgian Dream, Senaki City Council was left without a chairman
Georgian Dream elects Khobi municipal council member, expelled from Giorgi Gakharia's party, as Deputy Chairman of the council
Giorgi Gakharia: It has come to this - we have reached the point when the future of the country is being traded out of personal interests, this is how myths are shattered
Italian Ambassador: A lot of things can be done together by political actors in Georgia if a certain way of attacking each other and presenting or misrepresenting each other can be somehow reversed - you can start from small things
Giorgi Gakharia “strongly” condemns Georgian Government’s bulling of ambassadors
Giorgi Gakharia: Country’s formal and informal rulers are sweet talking an occupying power and fighting with strategic partners
Ambassador of the Republic of Latvia to Georgia: Now, when the door of the European Union is open, please use this historic opportunity
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