On August 25, 2018, the Georgian Diaspora in Estonia, “Georgian House” commemorated the 25th anniversary of the tragedy of Sokhumi and Abkhazia. 25 years ago, on September 27, 1993 Georgians left Sokhumi.
On August 15, a meeting was held between the representatives of the US Embassy in Estonia and representatives of the Georgian Diaspora in Estonia. The meeting was held by the initiative of the US Embassy in Estonia. At the meeting we discussed the activities of the Georgian community in Estonia and prospects of possible cooperation. We agreed that such meetings will be held in the future
Estonia needs more people – it’s therefore great to see that minority communities can do well and prosper here. Zaza Tsereteli takes a look at the past, present and future of the small, but energetic #Georgian community of #Estonia.
On May 26, 2018, the Georgian Diaspora organization “Georgian House” celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the First Democratic Republic of Georgia. The event was held at the National Library of Estonia and was financially supported by the Estonian Ministry of Culture and Integration fond. » Read more
On April 11-14, Tallinn was visited by the representatives of the Georgian parliament special Friendship Group with the Parliament of Estonia, led by chairwomann of that group, Ms. Nino Tsilosani.
On the last day of the visit, the members of the Georgian Parliament met with representatives of Georgian Diaspora Association, “Georgian House” in Estonia. » Read more
On March 17th, the friendly match with the team of Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, took place at Kotka stdium.
Some might say they don’t understand the beauty of the most passionate game in the World. Some might say they don’t understand the point of running around in a very cold indoor hall in shorts in mid-March, kicking a ball. But all those who were there this Saturday, witnessed the passion for the sport we all love and together with our Swedish friends, we showed how fun it is to play football and how this sport brings people together.
One of the beautiful aspects of the game was that it allowed to play together 60-year-old player with 13 years old and it was fun and exciting. Georgian team won 10-7, but scoring was not the only thing that mattered on that day. Smart, creative, heads-up play was just as important to players and spectators. Smiles were on every player’s face when their team scored a point and some even screamed in delight at the top of the lungs. Soccer is an international sport and this match gave another great chance to learn more about other cultures.