After the Georgian Rose Revolution of 2003, the Ukrainian attitude towards Georgia as a country for recreation and perhaps even a country to move to has changed dramatically. Over these years, we have become accustomed to considering Georgia... read more
Modern cities impress with the scale and number of inhabitants. More and more places on the planet are turning into... read more
The school education in Georgia, Armenia, and Ukraine is currently in a state of active reform. This process began in primary school, where... read more
Regular running not only strengthens the heart, but also heals the wounds caused by war and love. The experience of Trcanje I TO running club from the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina testifies to this. read more
We are heading to the Ukrainian village of Horinchovo, Khust Raion, Zakarpattia Oblast. Horinchovo is an ancient village with a rich history. Various sources mention the village as far back as... read more
Nationalism and ultra-nationalism- in our daily life these words are used in negative meaning. While the followers of such ideology are seen as radicals and in the worst case as fascists. Ultra-nationalism was spread in violent forms in Georgia and Eastern Europe.
Care taken by ultranationalists for the formation of the nation has transformed into “preservation of Georgian or Serbian identity”. Those who call themselves “Nationalists” don’t hold back from using violent measures against people with different values, as well as their persecution and physical abuse. read more