The CCIFG hosted its twelth General Assembly on November, 22nd !

Thursday, November 23, the President of the CCIFG, Antoine Bardon, as well as Natia Javakhishvili, General Director were happy to receive, at the Pullman Tbilisi Axis Towers hotel, the members of the Chamber for the meeting of the Board of Directors and the holding of the Annual General Meeting.


During the General Assembly, the 2023 activity report was presented, as well as the financial report.


It was an opportunity to look back on the highlights of the past year, from the European zone meeting of the CCI France international which was held at the beginning of February in Athens, to the seminar on corporate governance led by François Cottignies at the end of June, through the creation of the Committee of Women Entrepreneurs etc.


The CCIFG also had the honor of presenting its 9 new members, who were able to meet the rest of the assembly. 


The members of the CCIFG renewed their confidence in Dominique Bayvet and Paata Moseshvili, re-elected to the Board of Directors. 


The event ended with a dinner at the Dumas restaurant ! 


We would like to thank each of the members for their participation as well as the Pullman Hotel for organizing the event.

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Sectorial Committee of the French Office of Immigration and Integration (OFII)

Sectorial committee to discuss of the potential projects of formation and financing to Georgian beneficiaries.

Sectorial Committee of the French Office of Immigration and Integration (OFII)

27 November 2018

On November 27, 2018, the Sectorial Committee of our member, the French Office of Immigration and Integration (OFII), was held in the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Georgia.


OFII opened its representative office in Georgia, in Tbilisi, in November 2015 and aims to accompany Georgian nationals who, being in a precarious situation in France, express their will to return to their country to join a resolute and sustainable approach of reintegration.

Thanks to the OFII system, returning volunteers have, during the first months of their installation and based on previously identified needs, active support and constant monitoring by OFII designated field service providers.

This support aims to contribute to the successful and sustainable resettlement of these beneficiaries who, in their efforts, contribute to the economic development of their country by creating microenterprises and / or by following professional training adapted to the local market.

The OFII Georgia conducts on average 4 committees a year to analyse the requests for trainings and financing of micro-projects. Beneficiaries present their projects to a committee composed of a representative of the State, the director of the OFII and 4 members of the jury. The sectors concerned are very wide: services, agriculture, trade, ...

The committee concludes with field visits to assess the progress and implementation of the previously approved projects.


Butcher shop

Jony Sokhadze openned its butchery shop and is offering fresh Georgian meat in the street Gogiberidze in Tbilisi.







Mecanical workshop

Shota Rokhadze openned its workshop in Didi Digomi, this year to repair cars.

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