Tbilisi will host the free trade-industrial zone of Iran
Tbilisi will host the exhibition of features of the free trade-industrial zone of Iran.
Business meetings and presentation of investment projects in Iran’s free trade-industrial zone will be held on April 17-20 within the exhibition at the Palace of Sports.
Tbilisi lies in the centre of eastern Georgia, located in north west of Iran. According to Georgian legends, it was founded in the 5th century by King Vakhtang Gorgasali who, while hunting, shot a pheasant which fell into a warm spring and was either boiled or healed. Either way, the king was inspired to found a city on the site, and the name of the city derives from the Georgian word tbili meaning “warm”.
Although the city has been destroyed and rebuilt some 29 times, the layout of the Old Town is largely intact with narrow alleys and big crooked houses built around courtyards.
Along with the exhibition, it is planned to hold the evening of Iranian music, poetry and dance in the Rike Park from 8 pm until 10 pm.
A festival of Iranian cuisine is scheduled for the last of the exhibition at the Sports Palace.