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On October 17, 2017 TV show “Kokusai-Houdou 2017” about Georgian traditional Qvevri wine making method was aired on major broadcasting channel of Japan NHK BS. 

Publication date: 20.10.2017
 

On the website www.jiji.com was published an article named: "Georgia on My Mind – The Great Nature, History and People” written by a journalist, Ms. Hiromi Yokoi. 

 

Publication date: 02.10.2017
 

In the September issue of The Japan Sommelier Association Monthly Magazine- "Sommelier" was published an article about Georgian Wine written by wine journalist, Mr. Akihiko Yamamoto.  

Publication date: 02.10.2017
 

On July 12, 2017 "Nikkei" newspaper published an article and an interview with the Georgian Vice Premier, Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze.

Publication date: 24.07.2017
 

On June 1, 2017 the Mainichi Newspaper issued an article and an interview with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, H.E. Mr. Mikheil Janelidze. In the article an author, Mr. Hitoshi Omae underlined that the U.S. has continued to support Georgia since 2000s in the fields of politics, economy and national security. Georgian Prime Minister Mr.Kvirikashvili had a meeting with President Trump in the beginning of May this year and Mr. Janelidze emphasized that the strong partnership between two countries was reaffirmed during the Prime Minister’s visit. “I have no doubt on the new U.S. administration’s stance on policies concerning Georgia and the problems we have with Russia”. While the Trump administration tries to build a better relationship with Russia, as a country confronts with Russia, the minister denied the worries on this issue. 

Georgia and Russia promptly broke off diplomatic relations with each other after the conflict in 2008. In 2012, Georgia started a dialogue to improve its relation with Russia and Mr.Janelidze pointed out that 1 million Russian tourists visited Georgia in 2016. The minister also said: “The dialogue have made clear results and we will continue talking in the future to maintain stability.”

On the other hand, regarding the issue on the two regions, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, that are so-called independent states with the support of Russia, Mr. Janelidze condemned and said: “Russia have strengthened its military power since the beginning of the year to take the occupied region into its territory.”

The Minister reiterated that Georgia will not resume diplomatic relations unless Russia will not withdraw the ruling to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia as states in 2008.

 

 

Publication date: 07.06.2017
 

Newspaper Seikyo Shimbun issued an article on May 4, 2017 about “The Oldest Manuscripts Preserved at the National Archives of Georgia” written by Ms. Mami Furuta from The Sekaiisan Research Institute.

Eight items of Georgian secular and ecclesiastic literature, dating from the 4-15 Centuries AD, were accepted into the UNESCO Memory of the World Register earlier this month. The documents include a 9th Century AD version of the Christian gospel completed in the oldest Georgian script Asomtavruli. The evolution of Georgia’s written language has produced three alphabets – Mrgvlovani, Nuskhuri and Mkhedruli – which all remain in use today. Eight Georgian manuscripts and 39 other collections and documents from around the world would be added to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.

The UNESCO inscribed "Living culture of three writing systems of the Georgian alphabet" on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2016. 

Publication date: 08.05.2017
 

Internet magazine Foresight issued article about Georgian wine. In the article are underlined unique characteristics of Georgian wine, 8000 years old history and producing style, which was listed as an intangible world heritage by UNESCO in 2013.

Publication date: 20.04.2017
 

In April edition of Japanese magazine Amakara Techo was issued article about  Georgian wine and traditional cuisine. In the article is underlined that the history of making wine in traditional qvevri vessels has existed at least 8000 years and is till practiced today. Also that ancient traditional Georgian winemaking method using the Kvevri clay jars is added to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

Publication date: 18.04.2017
 

Internet magazine Nikkei Style issues article about Georgian wine.

Publication date: 20.03.2017
 

The Ambassadof Georgia, Dr. Levan Tsintsadze held a meeting with the Mayor of Hakuba Village, Mr. Masatoshi Shimokawa. Local newspaper of Hakuba Village issued article about the visit of the Ambassador.

Publication date: 18.02.2017
 
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