1 Jan

New 2023
By: BRAMS | Published On: 1/01/23 1:22 am

BRAMS Institute wishes you all a very Happy New Year! May 2023 be peaceful and joyful.

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30 Dec

Best wishes from the Minister
By: BRAMS | Published On: 30/12/22 10:38 pm

On behalf of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Dr Mikheil Chkhenkeli, the Protocol Division sent a greeting card to the Founder and Director of BRAMS Institute, Dr Maia Nadareishvili:

"Happy Christmas and forthcoming New Year!

"I wish you health, happiness, and success!

"I believe that with renewed energy and determination in 2023, we will take important steps for the benefit of our country!"

BRAMS Institute is deeply touched and grateful for the appreciation of their work by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and joins the festivity congratulation.


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28 Oct

Robakidze – 140
By: BRAMS | Published On: 28/10/22 2:45 pm

Grigol Robakidze, the prominent Georgian writer and public figure, was born on 28 October 1882.

A little peaceful village Sviri in the Imereti region, west Georgia, witnessed the first steps of the future author.

In 1900, Grigol Robakidze graduated from Kutaisi Classical Gymnasium. Then he took several courses at the University of Tartu (Estonia). Later, he gained a PhD at the University of Leipzig (Germany).

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25 Oct

By: BRAMS | Published On: 25/10/22 7:24 pm

Rishi Sunak becomes Britain's new prime minister.

He leads the Conservative Party with a substantial parliamentary majority inherited since the 2019 general election.

"It is only right to explain why I am standing here as your new prime minister," Sunak told the crowd of journalists outside No.10 Downing Street's famous front door after formally accepting his new role from King Charles during a meeting at Buckingham Palace.


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16 Oct

Piolets d’Or for Georgia
By: BRAMS | Published On: 16/10/22 8:33 pm

In December 2019, UNESCO recognised alpinism as an intangible world cultural heritage.

After 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic heavily impacted international mobility, 2021 saw increased activity, despite ongoing restrictions. As a result, in 2022, the international jury consisted of Conrad Anker, Alex Bluemel, Genki Narumi, Paul Ramsden, Patrick Wagnon, and Mikel Zabalza selected two 2022 Piolet d’Or ascents – alpinism's highest honour: the first ascent of Saraghar Northwest in Pakistan, and the Moonwalk Traverse in Patagonia. Also, a special jury award was given to a Ukrainian team's ascent of the 24,780-foot Annapurna III in Nepal.


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