August 29, 2008


ICC-Georgia submitted the set of recommendations to the Government of Georgia

ICC Board of Directors have met yesterday Prime Minister Gurgenidze and submitted him the set of recommendations prepared by ICC Financial Commission.



August 27, 2008

CC-Lithuania expresses its solidarity with Georgian people.

August 22, 2008

In a letter to the UN Secretary General, ICC-Georgia: “Collective punishment of civilians is strictly prohibited by the Geneva Convention and is clearly defined as crime against humanity”

On August 22, 2008 Fady Asly Chairman of ICC-Georgia the World Business Organization, has remitted to Mr. Robert Watkins UN Resident Coordinator in Georgia, a letter from ICC-Georgia to Mr. Ban-Ki Moon General Secretary of the UN, requesting immediate action from the UN for the re-opening of the Black Sea-Tbilisi highway.


August 19, 2008


At noon time on August 19th, 2008 Fady Asly Chairman, and Board members of ICC-Georgia, the World Business Organization held a press conference at the Igoeti check point requesting the immediate withdrawal of all Russian forces from Georgian sovereign territory.

Mr. Asly remitted a copy of the ICC Press release to the Russian officer in charge of the check point, informing him that Russian troops were not welcome in Georgia and that Georgian businesses were adamant at resuming their activities and investments in the country no matter what.



June 18, 2008

Deputy Minister, ex-minister present new business initiatives at ICC-Georgia roundtable

Deputy Finance Minister Vaja Petriashvili presented the government's new financial package to leading members of the Georgian business community at ICC-Georgia's second roundtable on June 19, 2008, at the Tbilisi Marriott.
The roundtable is a regular meeting for members of ICC-Georgia to discuss policy and business issues affecting the Georgian business environment.
Presentations were also given by chairs of ICC-Georgia's expert commissions.
Lekso Aleksishvili, the former Finance Minister now with Policy and Management Consulting Group shared plans for a much-needed centre to train entrepreneurs and staff on customs regulations