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AddressChitadze 3a
0108 Tbilisi
Phonelocal: (032) 996.418
international: +995.32.996.418
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shashi Ranjan
Fri, 12 Jun 2015 03:39 EDT
Tourist Visa
I am shashi and i am an indian national. i works in georgia and i also have a TRC for 5 years of georgia. Acutally, i am planning a trip for italy with my friends, So i want to get the information about standrad procedure to get a tourist visa.
Fri, 22 May 2015 12:47 EDT
Visa Tourism
How can I get a visa to tourism in Italy please detail
Rezaul Biswas
Wed, 12 Nov 2014 11:14 EST
I am weak English dreams I going to help me that's it my many days dream
Only I say i get a Italian do something with me...plz plz plz...
Mon, 22 Sep 2014 04:35 EDT
gamarjobat. gavige italishi da evropis qveynebshi damtkicda gamartivebuli vizebi. mainteresebs raa amisvis sachiro rom mivigo es viza da tu sheepereba simartles.. dzalian gtxovt gamomexmauret, dzalian mchirdeba
Ali Alkubaisy
Sat, 5 Jul 2014 05:30 EDT
I wonder if I could get Italian visa.., I'm Iraqi citizen..right now I'm in Georgia and I have invitation from Italian citizen .. How can I get tourism visa if I'm iraqi .., I want travel from Tbilisi to Rome...
Please reply as soon as possible.., best regards.
vikram singh
Fri, 31 Jan 2014 09:19 EST
tourest visa Hi, I am vikram sing. I am from india. I am going to Georgia for work permit. then I want to visit only the rome city in Italy. I am waiting for that.. how can I get the viss i have georgian 3 years tr .
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 01:48 EST
gamarjobat. rogor shemidzlia gavemgzavro romshi turistulad?
Mon, 11 Nov 2013 01:36 EST
Your homepage blocked?
Why is that each time I try to acres the homepage of the Italian Embassy in Georgia I get a "configuration error" message, as if the homepage is blocked?
Sat, 22 Jun 2013 10:59 EDT
Transiit Visa
Hello, I have French student visa do I visa Rome airport if I am flying Tbilisi-Rome-Strasbourg? thank you in advance
Mon, 18 Mar 2013 03:46 EDT
Greetings from Chiatura !
Very Respectful Ambassador of Italy to Georgia,
Honorable Vittorio Sandalli,

I greet you heartily and sincerely. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to you Honorable Vittorio Sandalli, as your valuable support encourages the society of Georgia.

I am Mzia Lezhava.
For years I manage to be supportive for my society in Chiatura, high mountainous town in Upper Imerety of Georgia, as an English teacher and the Founder of the School-Lyceum and the Resource Center For Democratic Development, founded helping the Federal Assistance Award of the U.S. Department of states in 2003, in Chiatura.
I was awarded as: ,,The Honorable Teacher of the USSR”, as ,,The Honorable Teacher of the Town”, was decorated with ,,The Order of Honors of Georgia” and “Professional Chiaturian”.
Today I own the ,,Certificate of Representation” as the Official Representative in Georgia from the United World School and Southbourne School of English, Bournemouth
In 2002 I was successful in the United States-Georgian Awards For Excellence in Teaching Program returning from the USA, I was encouraged, more introspective, democratic. American unique experience presented me requiring spirit of sharing responsibilities.

In 200-2001 years English Ambassadors Stephan Nash and Richard Jenkins visited my School . If you would like to visit us, it becomes extremely great honor for our region and my school.

On behalf of the AISEC my grand daughter Nino lezhava, who is the successful II Course student of Illia Chavchavadze State University, had been invited in Italy, Bari, at the School, as a Volunteer English teacher, which is great honor for our family an for her.

Honorable Ambassador, Dear Mr. Vittorio Sandalli, I disturb you, as, Nino’s invitation begins from the 26-th of March, and we were not able to receive the appointment at the Embassy until the 19-th of March, Nino has all necessary documents, she has an experience of visiting Uk and France to study, but this invitation is at all new challenge for her, as the Volunteer life is at all different. Teaching and learning of different ways, doing things or thinking about problems and solutions, live with another group of people, in a host family. New life will broaden her horizons-mental and physical. She will make new friends, she will live in a fantastic country, which she had only just read about. She will gain a greater appreciation of your wonderful Italy living in the new host country and bring her rich experience in Georgia. She truly becomes a very devoted and clever ambassador of her country in Your marvelously beautiful Italy.I hope she will be accepted and loved as their own by the new Italian host family, they will teach and guide her to adapt the new ways of life and environments as their own daughter, while working in the local high school, where their children study, where atmosphere is very different from that which Nino is accustomed to, where the students study, dress and even behave totally different, then what she knows, and all these surely becomes an exciting challenge for the Georgian young girl.
She is ready for the greatest experience of her life !

Only, I disturb you, as we were not able to receive the invitation earlier then the 19-th of March, and Nino is invited to the Italian School from the 26-th of March and our ticket is on the 24-th of March.

I am afraid, if not your kind support, she has rather small time.

Thank you, as You powerfully are promoting the intellect in both countries and put your vast experience of the world practiced ideas into action in Georgia.

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success !!!”.

Hopes make everything possible, God bless you!

Thank you in advance!

With Regards and Best Wishes,

Mzia Lezhava

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