Tbilisi is the Capital of Georgia.
The current population of Georgia is 3,990,181 as of Tuesday, May 12, 2020, based on World meter elaboration of the latest United Nations data.
Georgia ranks number 132 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population.
83,4 % Eastern Orthodoxy
3,9% Oriental Orthodoxy
0,8% Roman Catholic Church
Unitary Parliamentary constitutional republic
President Salome Zurabishvili
Chairperson of the Parliament-Archil talakvadze
Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia
Georgian Lari (GEL)
Winter: Up to -2
Summer: Highs of up to 35°C
Tbilisi International Airport
Also Batumi Airport for 20-year term starting from May 2007.
Kutaisi International Airport : also known as David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport is an airport located 14 km (8.7 mi) west of Kutaisi
The Poti Sea Port-APM Terminal Poti- is the largest port in Georgia, handling liquids, dry bulk, passenger ferries and 80% of Georgia’s container traffic. The port serves as a European gateway for international trade in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, and is ideally located to become a hub for Central Asia trade.
Batumi Sea Port- favorable strategic and geopolitical location of the port of Batumi was a key factor in the adoption of KazTransOil JSC. Currently in Port there are 5 terminals and 11 berths + CBM (point without berthing loading). The total throughput of the Port is 18 million tons per year.
GDP (PPP) total -$46,05billion
Per Capita- $12,409
GDP Nominal$17,83 billion
Per Capita- $4,285
Georgia’s main economic activities include cultivation of agricultural products such as grapes, citrus fruits, and hazelnuts; mining of manganese, copper, and gold; and producing alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, metals, machinery, and chemicals in small-scale industries. The country imports nearly all of its needed supplies of natural gas and oil products. It has sizeable hydropower capacity that now provides most of its electricity needs.
GEORGIA’S RANKING 2020 In 2020 – 7 th place amongst 190 countries Overall distance to frontier (DTF) – 83.7 score (improvement by 0.2 points). Georgia is featured on the list of 10 top improvers for three consecutive Doing Business cycles