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Address15 rue Goguébachvili
380008 Tbilisi
Georgia
Phonelocal: (032) 922.851
international: +995.32.922.851
Faxlocal: (032) 987.115
international: +995.32.987.115
Web sitehttp://www.ambafrance-ge.org/

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mohamed
Thu, 7 Nov 2013 19:53 EST
ali
Hello im from Egypt and I work here and I wanna visit paris from 5day how I can b apply for visa
Thanks so much for your help
kaushi
Sat, 26 Oct 2013 06:49 EDT
to get tourist visa to iceland
hi sir,
i need to get tourist visa to iceland .i want to visit to my friend place.he is works in iceland.wt is the procedure i should apply. and how long take time to get visa?.and sir what are the documents i make ready?..
than you ..
chetan goswami
Tue, 9 Jul 2013 11:30 EDT
hi, sir/madam
i m chetan goswami from india, pls provide information france visa process and requirment docuiment and how much pacage charge,,,,,,

thank you,,

chetan goswami
mo: 592444892
email: cgoswami503@gmail.com
Marie
Thu, 11 Apr 2013 07:25 EDT
hi
Dear ser/mad
i'd like to travel to west europe this summer with my brother for 3 weeks France, switzerland, monaco... please let me know which documents do i need for visa.
mari_tu@yahoo.com
ashot
Sat, 5 Jan 2013 12:44 EST
ashotichka85@mail.ru
gamarjobat,vart axalgazrda ojaxi yvavs 2 shvili,dzalian gvinda saprangetshi wasvla, qtxovt momwerot ra aris sachiro rom tolvilat chavbardet, cinascar gixdit madlobas
xatuna
Sat, 10 Nov 2012 14:46 EST
iqneb mipasuxod...
gamarjoba.
frangul ujaxs surt chemi gawveva samushaot mat ojaxshi da ra sabutebia chemgan sachiro? an rogor xdeba? ojaxshi unda vimushao damxmared da enis kursebze unda viaro....
da iqneb momwerot ra aris sachiro chemi mxridan an mati mxridan?

madloba winaswar...

chemi mail: atuta_x@mail.ru
tamazi
Fri, 22 Jun 2012 07:17 EDT
txovna,.
chem shvils 2 clis ninikis aqvs mesame stdiis av tvisebiani simsimne da mirchies safrangetshi mkurnaloba.gtxovt gamoichinot gilisxmireba da dagvexmarot vizebis mogvarebashi.cinastar gixdit madlobas.
Besiki Adamia
Sun, 4 Mar 2012 12:13 EST
28 January is the day of my peace club "LLL"’s foundation and is the birthday of the president of France Nicolas Sarkozy, and also it is the birthday of Mexican first billionaire of the world Carlos Slim Helu. My congratulations to them and I ask Mr. President of France to add on the Wall for peace in Paris(30 march 2012) the word "Peace" in Georgian, next to the other languages. Mr. Sarkozy proved his friendly attitudes towards Georgians last year on October 7, 2011 in Tbilisi(Georgia,Caucasus). Please my supporters of my idea (about Wall for peace) join us on FACEBOOK, or contact us: 00 995 571405878

P.S I ask Mr. President of France to add on the Wall for peace in Paris the word Peace" in Georgian and in Azerbaijan, next to the other languages!
ssukhjinder singh kataria
Sun, 26 Jun 2011 09:37 EDT
good to hear
definetly if we get this facility for visa i will come to apply just let me know what the documents you need for indian national thanks
Besiki Adamia
Fri, 17 Jun 2011 16:31 EDT
One request for President of France 49+1
To the President of France
Mr. Nicolas Sarkozy
To the Government of France

One request for President of France - (49+1)

I greet you from a small distant country, Georgia (Sakartvelo), South Caucasus. I’m Besiki, a President of the intellectual club of peace and friendship 'LLL'.I live in Kutaisi, that is associated with the old Greek methodology "Argonauts".
I report you that twice I have been in France (2004, 2005 y). Paris made the great and unforgettable impressions on me a great historical past have France's and Georgia's partnership. Now days Georgians have more warm relationship with Frances. In the difficult situation of Georgia France shelter to Georgian, for them France is the second country!
Dear president, you played a great role for peace in 2008 august during the Russian-Georgian war, for this purpose, the Georgian people will always be grateful for you. Interesting coincidence is that, you, Mr. President was born on the same day, 28 January (1955) as well as the foundation of my club LLL (28 January 2008, the birthday of my brother - Nugzari and my friend - David), which is oriented for peace and friendship!
On the car of my club written word "peace" in 20 world languages, that was my idea of the establishment of my club 'LLL'.
LAND -We must respect and value the land of every nation, every country, artificial problems are not necessary!
L I F E -We must respect the life of every man granted by the Jesus Christ, inspire of race, nationality, sex, religion!
LOVE -We must respect human feelings, as one of the main point of existence of mankind, this is the love!
I learned, that on March 30, 2000 in Paris was opened the Wall for Peace, with the word "peace" written in 49 worldwide languages (By the artist Clara Halter and architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte). Wall for peace located on the Champ de Mars opposite the Eiffel Tower.
My great desire that on the Wall for Peace, add the word “peace” in Georgian - "მშვიდობა"(49+1).
As you know, the Georgian and Armenian written languages included are among the 14 ancient world written languages! This will be a great support from you for our small country.
I hope you will support our ideas. We wish to join Kind people in our club and we reach our goals together to have peace in whole world!

With great respect
Besiki Adamia – President of the intellectual club of peace and friendship 'LLL'

Club's members: Alexandre Adamia, Nugzari Adamia, David Karchkhadze, Teimuraz Tskitishvili, Joni Sinatashvili, Tamar Cheishvili, Nino Paikidze...

Looking forward your answer impatiently.
P.S. Great desire of members of my club is a visit to Paris, to visit the "Wall for Peace"
09.04.2011

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