7 Aug

Shovi tragedy
By: BRAMS | Published On: 7/08/23 11:33 am

On 3 August 2023, a landslide hit the Shovi resort in Georgia, East Europe, late afternoon.

The area, which holidaymakers and tourists admired for its beautiful mountain vistas, fresh air, and mineral springs, is about 140 kilometres (85 miles) northwest of the capital city of Tbilisi. Located 1520 meters above sea level, it was a popular summer and winter holiday destination from the 1960s to last Thursday when the disaster destroyed the entire territory.


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28 Jul

Strategic partnership
By: BRAMS | Published On: 28/07/23 8:34 pm

Chinese President Xi and Georgian Prime Minister Garibashvili were delighted to meet in person in Chengdu City of Sichuan Province.

"China has always regarded Georgia as a good friend and partner. No matter how the international situation changes, China is firmly determined to develop its relations with Georgia," President Xi Jinping said. "We should make joint efforts to push for better development of China-Georgia strategic partnership at a new strategic point, provide impetus for the rejuvenation of the development of both countries and contribute positive energy to the progress of human civilisation."


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8 Jul

England are champions
By: BRAMS | Published On: 8/07/23 10:42 pm

England won the European Under-21 Championship for the first time in nearly 40 years.

The Young Lions have played excellent football in Georgia, which brought this logical victory tonight. Fireworks lit up the Batumi skyline to celebrate England's triumph over Spain at Under-21 Euros.

BRAMS Institute congratulates Lee Carsley's team and their fans both in England and Georgia.

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4 Jul

Independence Day
By: BRAMS | Published On: 4/07/23 5:26 am

The citizens of the United States uphold the true spirit of America today and practice kindness, loyalty, and serve their nation.

Along with freedom comes peace, happiness, and prosperity. BRAMS Institute wishes all Americans a Happy Independence Day!


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20 Jun

2023 U21 EURO
By: BRAMS | Published On: 20/06/23 10:53 am

UEFA Under-21 Euro 2023 will be co-hosted by Georgia and Romania. They bid for the tournament separately.

The two countries were appointed as co-hosts at the UEFA Executive Committee meeting on 3 December 2020. Romania will host the opening match, while Georgia will host the final.

The tournament is staged at four stadiums in Georgia (one each in Batumi and Kutaisi, and two in Tbilisi) and four stadiums in Romania (two in Cluj-Napoca and two in Bucharest).

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