The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia

The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia aims at establishing modern and innovative educational and scientific environment in close cooperation with civil society. The Ministry advocates freedom of choice, fair competition, equal opportunities, civil integrity, and respect for cultural identity. The Ministry promotes acquisition and development of knowledge and skills necessary for social success and self-realization.

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Georgian National Astrophysical Observatory

Georgian National Astrophysical Observatory (GENAO) was founded in 1932 by Academician Evgeni Kharadze on Mount Kanobili, near the Abastumani resort in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region of southeastern Georgia. Its distance from air pollution and artificial sky illumination, together with excellent natural conditions (a hilly landscape covered with coniferous forest) make this location one of the best for observatories at the same altitude range. The weather is stable, without harsh and sudden changes.

The observatory carries out wide-profile research spanning different fields of astronomy and astrophysics and investigations of the upper layers of Earth's atmosphere

Kutaisi is a city in western Georgia, the capital of the Imereti region. It is Georgia’s second-largest city after Tbilisi and is fifth among the oldest cities in Europe.

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The International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics is an annual competition for high-school students from all over the world. Participant students must solve theoretical, data analysis and observational problems. The main goal of the IOAA is to promote interest in Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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Georgia is a country located in the Caucasus, at the intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. The native name is Sakartvelo (საქართველო; "land of Kartvelians"), derived from the central Georgian region of Kartli

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