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Impact of COVID-19 on Georgian Economy and European Trade

When: Friday, June 12, 2020 00:00 - Saturday, June 13, 2020 00:00
Where: Tbilisi

The Christian- Democrat People’s Party of Georgia organized a two-day event focusing on the economic impact of COVID-19 on Georgia and Europe. The event was attended by 30 Georgian experts, politicians, diplomats, academics and CDPP supporters.

Following the two-month lockdown, Georgian economy was struggling. The greater context of travel limitations severely impacted Georgian tourism and overall disruptions in supply chains affected several industries in Georgia and other countries.  The speakers presented a potential model for reviving the Georgian economy and several key reforms which would make Georgia more economically stable in the future. The initial lectures were followed by a lively debate and exchange of ideas.


Irakly Kipiani, Tbilisi State University

Giorgi Papava, Professor at Tbilisi State University

George Rukhadze, ECPM Vice-president

Merab Metreveli, Palitr News Business Reporter

Giorgi Targamadze, CDI[1] Director and former Parliament Minority Leader

Giorgi Taktakisvhili, YCD[2] leader

Khatuna Lagazide, expert in Conservative politics

[1] CDI- Christian- Democrat institute of Georgia

[2] YCD- Young Christian- Democrats of Georgia